NJTV’s continuing coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy including special editions of NJ Today with Mike Schneider and Gov. Christie’s briefings on the hurricane recovery in the Garden State.
Gov. Christie’s briefing from Seaside Park — November 9, 2012
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Christie’s briefing from Seaside Park on hurricane recovery efforts.
WATCH: Gov. Chris Christie’s Press briefing — November 8, 2012
Live stream video will be available when NJTV breaks into regular programming to provide live coverage.
November 8, 2012 — Hurricane Sandy Recovery Efforts and Nor’easter Response Press Briefing.
WATCH: Gov. Chris Christie’s Press Conference – November 7, 2012
Gov. Chris Christie’s Press Conference from Long Beach Island.
WATCH: Gov. Chris Christie’s Press Conference — Aired November 5, 2012
The press conference follows the governor’s visit at a relief center and school in Monmouth County, NJ, also visiting families and volunteers and drop off donated Nestle candy. Live stream will be available as soon as the press conference begins.
Now in full recovery and rebuilding mode, New Jerseyans are assessing the unprecedented damage from what is an exceptional storm in Hurricane Sandy. Millions are without power and there is widespread damage throughout the state. NJTVs comprehensive coverage of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy includes special editions of NJ Today with Mike Schneider with reports from the field from the entire NJ Today news team, expert analysis and Gov. Chris Christie’s press conferences on-air and online.
WATCH: Gov. Chris Christie’s Press conference — November 4, 2012
The press conference follows the governor’s visit to a relief center in Hoboken with Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, meeting residents affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Join Managing Editor Mike Schneider and the NJ Today news team at 6 pm, 7:30 and 11 pm ET on NJTV (check local listings). For additional information, residents can also expect updates on the network’s Facebook and Twitter sites.
WATCH: NJ Today at 6 pm – November 2, 2012
Starts 52 seconds into the video. A special edition of NJ Today with Mike Schneider at 6 pm.
WATCH: Gov. Christie’s 3 pm briefing – Aired November 2, 2012
Starts 24 seconds into the video. Gov. Christie is holding a briefing on the latest Hurricane Sandy recovery from Brick, NJ..
WATCH: Gov. Chris Christie’s Press Conference About the Lasting Effects of Hurricane Sandy – October 31, 2012
Gov. Chris Christie held a press conference Wednesday at the New Jersey State Police Regional Operations Intelligence Center in Ewing discussing the storm damage from Hurricane Sandy and the recovery process throughout the state. Earlier in the day, he surveyed the damage with President Barack Obama by helicopter.
WATCH: President Obama’s Remarks After Touring Hurricane Damaged Areas at the Jersey Shore – October 31, 2012
President Barack Obama was in New Jersey Wednesday assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. He held a press conference at the Brigantine Beach Community Center where he recognized how hard the Garden State was hit and vowed that federal, state and local governments will help in the rebuilding process. Obama also praised Gov. Chris Christie for his work before and during the storm.
WATCH: NJ Today – Aired Tuesday, October 30 at 11 pm
A special 11 pm edition of NJ Today with Mike Schneider.
WATCH: NJTV/MetroFocus Special Report: Coping with Catastrophe – Aired Tuesday, October 30 at 9:30 pm
An NJTV/MetroFocus special to assess the effect of the storm on the Tri-State area. Hosted by Mike Schneider and Rafael Pi Roman.
WATCH: NJ Today – Aired Tuesday, October 30 at 7:30 pm
Gov. Chris Christie’s 7:15 pm briefing followed by a live 6 pm edition of NJ Today with Mike Schneider.
WATCH: NJ Today – Aired Tuesday, October 30 at 6 pm
A special 6 pm edition of NJ Today with Mike Schneider.
WATCH: Gov. Christie’s Press Conference – Aired Tuesday, October 30, at 10 am
Gov. Chris Christie held a press conference from the Regional Intelligence Operations Center at State Police headquarters outside Trenton to offer an update on the impact of Hurricane Sandy on the Garden State.