NJ Public Broadcasting Authority Board Approves Transfer of NJN to WNET

By Michael Aron

Following the Senate’s tacit approval of the transfer of NJN to New York-based WNET, the five-member New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority met today to sanctify the transfer.  Read more of this post

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Reaction to NJN’s Closure

By Jerry Henry

As the Senate vote failed to block NJN’s transfer to New York-base WNET, the inevitable became clear to many.  Read more of this post

Reporters Roundtable – Friday, June 24, 2011

Host: Michael Aron

The pension and benefits reform bill, New Jersey Democrats’ alternative to the state budget, and speculations on the future of NJN. Read more of this post

Senate Budget Committee Hearing on NJN’s Transfer to WNET

By Michael Aron

The Senate is expected to bring up a resolution on Monday to veto Governor Christie’s plan to transfer the operation of NJN over to New York-based WNET.  Read more of this post

Assembly Votes to Veto Plan for NJN

By Michael Aron

The Assembly voted to approve the veto of Governor Christie’s plan to transfer the operation of NJN over to New York-based WNET.  Read more of this post

Senate Budget Committee Hearing on Proposed Transfer of NJN

Live Coverage on NJN1 and Online: Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 4:00 pm (time subject to change)

The Senate Budget & Appropriations Committee conducts a hearing to review the details of the proposed transfer of NJN television to WNET and its radio licenses to WNYC and WHYY. Read more of this post

NJ Lottery to End Televised Broadcast

By Jim Hooker

NJN News has learned that if the operation of NJN is transferred over to New York-based WNET the New Jersey Lottery Commission will no longer broadcast the daily lottery drawings. Read more of this post