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West Virginia Public Broadcasting is returning to the state Capitol to deliver nightly coverage of the 2020 legislative session, beginning with Gov. Jim Justice’s State of the State Address, Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m.

The Legislature Today is West Virginia’s only nightly television/radio simulcast devoted to covering the state’s 60-day regular legislative session.

Beginning today, West Virginia Public Broadcasting viewers and YouTube TV subscribers will have access to educational and inspiring PBS content.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting will continue to air the House of Representatives’ Public Impeachment Hearings  next week beginning Tuesday, November 19. Hearings are expected to continue Wednesday and Thursday of next week beginning at 9 a.m. each day.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting will air live coverage of the House of Representatives’ Public Impeachment Hearings this Wednesday, November 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Friday, November 15, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

NPR Live Coverage will air on the statewide public radio network and PBS NewsHour’s Special Coverage will air on The West Virginia Channel on television.

The West Virginia Public Broadcasting team, along with many of its great friends, will read the book “Thank You, Omu!” by Oge Mora to children across the Mountain State on Thursday, November 7, as part of Jumpstart’s international initiative, 'Read for the Record'.

Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns,
In Tune: A Community of Musicians
focus of free community event

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Public Broadcasting is hosting an evening celebrating both old-time and country music in Charleston.

Where do we learn how to have a democratic dialog these days? Perhaps Parkersburg?
 
It’s not really a skill taught in schools, and depending on your political, religious, socio-economic status, or even favorite football team, the chances of you not wholly agreeing with your neighbor, friend, relative or city council member is high.