Proposals on NJN’s Takeover Released

By Jim Hooker

The state Treasurer has delivered to the NJ legislature the Christie administration’s 2,300-page report on a deal to hand over the operations of New Jersey Network to New York-based channel 13.  Under the terms of the agreement, public broadcaster WNET will operate a far leaner NJN, which will be renamed NJTV.  The new operation will be downsized from the current 120 state workers to 15-20 employees working for the new non-profit.

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One Response to Proposals on NJN’s Takeover Released

  1. nickp91 says:

    I’m not liking this NJN takeover by WNET. I need my Sunday public affairs programming,

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