Specializes in: Profiles, Government, Entertainment, Education, Environment
Steven Allen Adams has been a journalist – operating in the worlds of print, radio, and new media – for over six years.
Adams is a former staff writer and City Editor for The Marietta Register in Marietta, Ohio, from Aug. 2006 to April 2008. He served as Managing Editor of The Parkersburg Register in Parkersburg, W.Va., from April 2008 until Aug 2008. Adams was also a news correspondent for Results Radio, a six-station radio network headquartered in Parkersburg, from Sept. 2006 until April 2008. He won two West Virginia Broadcast Association awards for live coverage of elections. Prior to his current job Adams was a staff writer for The Tyler Star News in Sistersville, W.Va.
Adams now works as an investigative and statehouse reporter for the Public Policy Foundation of West Virginia, serving as Editor-in-Chief for West Virginia Watchdog.
Adams’ work has been featured by the following: Instapundit, Red State, the National Legal and Policy Center, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, National Review, The Daily Caller, WAJR-FM, WTRF-TV, WOWK-TV, WVNS-TV, West Virginia MetroNews, CNN, The Huffington Post, The Washington Examiner, The Charleston Gazette, MSNBC, Politico, Pajamas Media, The Washington Post, Slate, The Hill, Charleston Daily Mail, Sirius XM POTUS, The Washington Independent, and many others. In 2009 Adams was named by Washington Post writer Chris Cillizza as one of the 50 Best State-Based Political Reporters.
Adams resides in Charleston, W.Va. and for fun, Adams runs sound for local events, plays bass, hikes, and loves to canoe.
Adams is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and Investigative Reporters and Editors.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()