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Television - Local Programs

Meet The Presidents

Available on WVIA OnDemand

In-depth interviews with the heads of leading Colleges, Universities, Hospitals and more in Northeast and Central Pennsylvania 

Upcoming Episodes

Thomas P. Leary

President, Luzerne County Community College

Airs Thursday, March 24 at 7p on WVIA-TV

Luzerne County Community College holds true to it's mission of serving the community with exceptional educational values. President Thomas P. Leary continues to provide accesible education for students tight on a budget with dedicated sites throughout Northeast Pennsylvania. We'll follow up with the continuing progress this nearly 50 year old institution is making in our community. 

www.luzerne.edu

Meet the Presidents Episodes

Michael O’Keefe

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Michael O’Keefe - President of Evangelical Hospital

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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman

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Dr. Thomas J. Botzman - President of Misericordia University

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Mark Volk

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Mark Volk - President of Lackawanna College

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Dr. Mark Erickson

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Dr. Mark Erickson - President of Northampton Community College

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Dr. David Coppola

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Dr. David Coppola - President of Keystone College

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D.

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Sr. Anne Munley, IMH, Ph.D. - President of Marywood University

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Meet the Team

Larry Vojtko

Larry VojtkoWVIA-FM Program Manager and afternoon classical music host, Larry Vojtko began his tenure at the station in 1982 as the early morning host/announcer. He is also the prouducer and host of most of the concert broadcasts for the station. During his tenure Larry has interviewed many celebrities and musicians of international renown such as clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, pianists Leon Fleisher and Jean-Yves Thibaudet, baroque cellist Anner Bylsma, conductor/composer Gunther Schuller, and bass Paul Plishka. He also organizes and produces the WVIA "Simply Grand" series of in-studio classical concerts. In May 2003, Larry led the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic in concert as guest conductor, an honor bestowed in observance of Larry’s 20th anniversary with WVIA.

In addition to his work at WVIA, Larry has remained actively involved in the music community of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The baritone has sung with many area ensembles including: the Robert Dale Chorale, Mostly Opera, Zusammen, Amici Cantus, the Wyoming Valley Oratorio Society, St. Cecilia's Church Choir and the Choir of the First Presbyterian Church in Wilkes-Barre where he was baritone soloist for nine years. He has cultivated a keen interest in musical theater by working both as a performer and Music Director in many productions of community theatres including: Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre, Showcase Theater and Music Box Dinner Playhouse.

Larry received a B.S. degree in Music Education from Wilkes College. After graduation he continued his musical studies in voice with Mr. Richard Chapline and is currently a student of Metropolitan Opera baritone Theodore Lambrinos. Larry continues to teach voice privately. He is also an adjunct faculty member of the Communications Department of Luzerne County Community College.

Larry lives in Wyoming with his wife, Bernardine, and sons, Michael Lawrence and Jonathan Matthew. You can listen to Larry every weekday afternoon from 1-4 PM, and watch him on the WVIA-TV programs State of Pennsylvania and Meet the College Presidents.

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