Chad Matlick

Director of Digital Services

Chad has been working for West Virginia Public Broadcasting since 1996. He is a Graduate of the West Virginia University Eberly College of Art & Sciences. 

Chad tells West Virginia's Story online, through the new wvpublic.org website, as well as WV Public Broadcasting's YouTube, Facebook and other social media channels.

When he's not working, Chad spends time hiking, geocaching, and lounging with his wife, cats and ferrets. 

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West Virginia Morning
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  On this West Virginia Morning, the Senate and House look to keep business going in the aftermath of the chemical spill. The House tackles a bill that would help business owners in a water shortage. Also, a new book from a West Virginia University law professor, on Mahatma Gandhi. 

You can subscribe to the podcast for daily downloads 

West Virginia Morning
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  On this West Virginia Morning, a new astronomical discovery is puzzling researchers around the state. Also legislative coverage from the Senate and House.

You can subscribe to the podcast for daily downloads . 

Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale
Brian Blauser

  Two of roots music's very finest, Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale, team up on this week's broadcast of Mountain Stage. Here the perform a vamped-up version of "The Train That Carried My Gal from Town," originally made famous by Logan County native Frank Hutchison.

Find out more about all the great artists on this week's Mountain Stage broadcast.

The recent chemical spill and water crisis were the focus of The Legislature Today. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and General James Hoyer discuss the current situation with Beth Vorhees. 

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West Virginia Legislature

West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin will be the first guest on this season of The Legislature Today. He will discuss the recent chemical leak.

The episode will be taped live today, and will air this evening at 6:30 on West Virginia PBS. The show airs Weekdays while the the legislature is in session.

You can also hear the show at 6:30 on West Virginia Public Radio, or listen live on the internet.

West Virginia Morning
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  The aftermath of last week's chemical spill continues. On this West Virginia Morning, we learn why the Department of Environmental Protection wasn't inspecting the storage tank. Also, an interview with WVU interim president E. Gordon Gee.

Here are the latests tweets about the chemical leak using the hashtag #wvchemleak

Be sure to follow @wvpublicnews for continuing coverage.

Governor Tomblin delivered the State of the State address Wednesday, January 8 at 7 p.m. You can watch the archived video of the address right here.

A train derailed in McDowell County this morning. At least seventeen cars were involved, including two tankers cars. One of them is in Elkhorn Creek.

Joy to the World 2004 with Bob Thompson
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

  Enjoy this version of Angels We Have Heard On High, performed by Bob Thompson and the Bob Thompson Unit. It was recorded live during our annual Joy to the World holiday concert.

Joy to the World 2013 Bob Thompson welcomes renowned vocalist Catherine Russell
Brian Blauser

Jazz pianist Bob Thompson and his band welcome renowned vocalist Catherine Russell to celebrate the holiday season with favorites old and new.

Joy to the World 2013 premieres Thursday, December 19 at 9 p.m. on West Virginia Public Radio

Andy Ridenour and Larry Groce
Mountain Stage

Have you ever wondered how Mountain Stage got started? Retrace the show's history Thursday (Thanksgiving) night at 8:00 p.m., when Mountain Stage at 30: A Radio Retrospective premieres on West Virginia Public Radio.

Listen to a preview of how Larry Groce, Andy Ridenour and Francis Fisher helped start this West Virginia tradition and how they've keep the show going strong for 30 years. 

Forever enshrined in myth by an assassin's bullet, Kennedy's presidency long defied objective appraisal. Recent assessments have revealed an administration long on promise and vigor, and somewhat lacking in tangible accomplishment.

JFK: American Experience begins Tuesday, November 11 at 9 p.m. on West Virginia PBS, and concludes on November 12.

On this WV Morning, Glynis Board talks about the lessons we're learning in delivery rooms from kangaroos. Also, the 14th annual WV Filmmakers Festival kicks off this coming Friday at the Elk Theater in Sutton in Braxton County.

The body has a remarkable way of healing itself, but sometiime the process doesn't go as nature intended. Learn about wound care and how medical treatment can help wounds to heal.

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