By RUSTY MARKS
The Exponent Telegram
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State lawmakers don’t appear keen on disbanding the Educational Broadcasting Authority or West Virginia Public Broadcasting any time soon.
But the authority does need to come up with a plan to attract younger listeners and viewers, members of a joint legislative interim committee were told Monday.
The authority was founded in 1967 to provide “educational, cultural and informational services” to the people of West Virginia, according to a report compiled by the Legislative Auditor’s Office’s Performance, Evaluation and Research Division.