WVIA Programs
WVIA Programs
Back in the Day

Back in the Day

Do you have a personal story about a local event or place that occurred "Back in the Day?"

Call the Doctor

Call the Doctor

Call the Doctor is a health care series broadcast Wednesday at 7p by WVIA

The Chiaroscuro Jazz Conservancy

The Chiaroscuro Jazz Conservancy

Showcasing Students and Enhancing Their Skills

degrees that work

degrees that work

Programs about cutting edge, technical careers that await high school & college students

Greenlife Pennsylvania

Greenlife Pennsylvania

Greenlife Pennsylvania takes you to the conservation front

Homegrown Music Concerts

Homegrown Music Concerts

Each week, Homegrown Music Concerts with George Graham presents performances by the region's finest musicians in a wide variety of styles, recorded at WVIA's monthly live radio ...

Meet The Presidents

Meet The Presidents

In-depth interviews with the heads of leading Colleges and Universities

Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal

Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal

Stories of hard work, sacrifice and success from your neighbors

Our Town Series

Our Town Series

WVIA viewers tell us in their words, using their cameras, what makes THEIR town so special

Pennsylvania Polka

Pennsylvania Polka

WVIA travels around northeastern Pennsylvania searching every fair ground and every beautiful Pennsylvania Mountain for the best of polka music and dancing.

Scholastic Scrimmage

Scholastic Scrimmage

This high school academic quiz show challenges top students about all academic disciplines

Stay Tuned

Stay Tuned

Covering the issues most important to our region

State of Pennsylvania

State of Pennsylvania

State of Pennsylvania is the only regional interactive public affairs and news program

Working Class

Working Class

Students and faculty find passion and purpose where real lives intersect in a real Working Class.

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A Century After The Battle Of The Somme, Europe Gathers To Honor The Fallen

On July 1, 1916, nearly 20,000 British soldiers died on the first day of the Battle of the Somme in northern France. The battle went on for months, and more than a...

What Tesla And Google's Approaches Tell Us About Autonomous Driving

Virtually all major car and tech companies are pursuing self-driving technology as the future of transportation. But Tesla and Google are the earliest innovators...

On A Tight Travel Budget? You'll Appreciate This Year's July 4th Bargains

Record numbers of Americans are expected to be traveling over the long holiday weekend. Both gasoline prices and air fares are down from 2015, making holiday trips...

Armed Attackers Storm Cafe In Bangladesh's Capital

The gunmen reportedly took hostages at the eatery in an upscale neighborhood with many foreign embassies. It's not clear whether there are any casualties or how many...

7 Years Of U.S. Drone And Airstrikes: White House Tallies Civilian Deaths

Between Jan. 20, 2009, and the end of 2015, the White House says, the U.S. carried out 473 airstrikes in places that weren't in "areas of active hostilities" — such...

New Abortion Rules Blocked In Florida, Indiana Hours Before Taking Effect

This comes after Monday's landmark Supreme Court decision on abortion. Since then, new restrictions on the procedure have also been rejected in Alabama, Mississippi...

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