WVIA Contact information

 

Mailing address:
100 WVIA Way
Pittston, PA 18640-6197

Phone numbers:
(570) 826-6144
(570) 344-1244
To make a pledge supporting TV 1-800-326-9842
To make a Pledge supporting Radio 1-877-700-9842

FAX number:
(570) 655-1180

E-mail:

In order to better direct your email, please see our staff page to find the correct person to contact regarding your inquiry.

For general questions, please e-mail info@wvia.org


To review the WVIA 2013 Local Content and Service Report,  Icon click here (580.8 KB)


TV Program Proposals:
To send us a program proposal you must use our submission form (linked below). Instructions and guidelines are included with the form. The form must be sent US Mail along with supporting materials to the address in the instructions.
Icon Submission Form (PDF) (117.7 KB)

Programming inquires:
If a program is not offered as a pledge gift on the Radio or Television Pledge Page  e-mail your questions to Amber Loomis at amberloomis@wvia.org

ArtScene calendar submissions:
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Reserve seats in the WVIA Sordoni Theater:
To reserve free seats for events in the Sordoni Theater at the WVIA Studios in Pittston, PA, click here.  

Live show questions:
To submit questions during WVIA live programming, please visit the corresponding show's webpage.

For Closed Captioning concerns, please contact our captioning hotline:
Phone:  (570) 602-1141
Fax: (570) 655-1180
Email: joejoyce@wvia.org  
We will make every effort to respond or otherwise resolve your inquiry within 24 hours or 1 business day. 

Written Closed Captioning complaints should be directed to the following: 
Joe Joyce
WVIA-TV
100 WVIA Way 
Pittston, PA 18640-6197 
 
Before sending a formal written complaint, we recommend you first contact our captioning hotline.  We may be able to resolve your problem immediately without the need for a formal complaint.  In any event, we will respond to your complaint within 30 days.

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