The Chad Adams Show
Conservative superstar, Chad Adams, is the voice of North Carolina politics. The Chad Adams Show is live weekdays hailing from flagship station in Wilmington WFBT Wilmington’s Big Talker. The show is also syndicated to stations around North Carolina and can be heard in drive time by our friend stations WRNA in China Grove and WRKB in Concord. These stations cover East Charlotte, Concord, Kannapolis, China Grove, and Salisbury (the I-85 corridor from Charlotte to Greensboro).
Chad Adams is the co-founder of Red Wolf Public Sector, LLC and host of The Chad Adams Show, a popular online and syndicated radio talk show about NC politics. Billed as “the voice of North Carolina politics,” Chad has also co-founded the CarolinaPlottHound.com, North Carolina’s most popular online news aggregator site.
Previously, Adams served two-terms on the Lee County Board of Commissioners, where he was elected Vice Chairman of the Board of Commissioners. He previously served as the Director of the Center for Local Innovation and Vice President for Development for the John Lock Foundation. Until 2013, he was the host of “Mornings with Chad Adams,” a top-rated radio show in southeastern NC.
In 2002, Chad was recognized by the NC Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of five Outstanding Young North Carolinians for his political and community work. He was also recognized by the National Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of America’s Outstanding Young Leaders with the Charles Kulp Memorial Award in 1998.
Chad appears regularly on News14 Carolina’s “Capital Tonight,” CNBC, and has been a guest on numerous television stations across the state. His op-eds have been printed in dozens of newspapers statewide. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, attended graduate school at NC State University, and is a fellow of the NC Institute of Political Leadership.
Chad holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and has completed graduate work in University Administration at North Carolina State University.