Welcome to PAMatters.com, a joint venture of Radio Pennsylvania and Top Flight Media. Each month, we give you exclusive access to Governor Tom Corbett, who will answer your submitted questions in our monthly “Ask the Governor” program. Of course, we won’t be able to address every single submitted question in our limited time with the Governor, but if your question is brief, pertinent and thought-provoking, you’ll have an excellent chance of becoming part of the Ask the Governor program! You can submit a question right now using the ASK THE GOVERNOR link at the top of this page, or email us at AsktheGov@pamatters.com. Please include your full name and town. Anonymous questions will not be considered for the program. Remember, brevity is the key to being part of the show, so make your questions quick and to the point! Governor Corbett will return to Ask the Governor on December 17th. Lieutenant Governor Jim Cawley will be our special guest on Tuesday, November 25th. Check back regularly for scheduling updates.

Video clips from our tapings with the governor are available on PAMatters.com, and we also present complete audio from each monthly program.

Ask the Governor has been honored as the Best Public Affairs/Program Series for three years in a row by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, and the show has also won numerous awards from the PA Associated Press Broadcasters Association, including Best Public Affairs AND Best News or Sports Talk show in 2013.

PAMatters.com is also home to Radio PA’s award-winning weekly half-hour public affairs program Radio PA Roundtable. Check back every Friday for the latest audio presentation featuring the stories and headliners that impact your life.


Radio PA Roundtable – December 19-21, 2014

On this week’s Radio PA Roundtable, we bring you the latest development in the ongoing controversy involving an undercover sting operation that was dropped by state Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams is now squarely in charge of the case and announced charges against two sitting state lawmakers this week. Radio PA […]