WatchBlog: WV Watchdog editor chosen as one of The State Journal’s Generation Next 2012

By WV Watchdog on February 17, 2012
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CHARLESTON — Steven Allen Adams, the managing editor for West Virginia Watchdog for the last 2 1/2 years was recently chosen as one of The State Journal’s Generation Next: Forty Under 40.

Steven Allen Adams has made a name for himself by keeping a close eye on the political players of West Virginia.

As editor-in-chief of West Virginia Watchdog, Adams covers a wide-variety of stories from Charleston. He was recognized by a Washington Post writer as one of the 50 best state-based reporters, and Reuters trusts Adams to regularly provide freelance work for its news wire service.

He also was staff writer and city editor for the Marietta Register and the Parkersburg Register, and he worked at the Tyler Star News, collecting more than five years of journalism experience.

Adams and the other inductees were honored at a reception last night at the Culture Center in Charleston, W.Va.

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