March 26, 2012 – TRENTON, N.J. – NJTV, New Jersey’s new public television network, will broadcast portions of the upcoming New Jersey State Budget Hearings beginning this week.
The NJTV Special Report coverage is slated for tomorrow, March 27 and Thursday, March 29th, beginning at 10:30am ET and continuing into each afternoon.
The broadcast schedule is subject to change based upon the actual proceedings.
The network anticipates covering additional budget hearings in April and May, exact dates to be determined.
NJTV brings quality public television programs and resources to communities throughout New Jersey and its Tri-state neighbors. NJTV’s broadcast schedule combines acclaimed national PBS series like American Masters, Nature, Charlie Rose, and BBC World News America with an array of state-focused news, arts and public affairs shows, including One-on-One with Steve Adubato, Perspectives, Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron, Due Process and State of the Arts. The station’s week-nightly news broadcast, NJ Today, features stories from across the Garden State. NJTV complements its growing news staff by partnering with state-wide media and higher education institutions. The network actively solicits viewer news tips, story ideas and feedback, along with locally-produced film shorts and long-form documentaries, making New Jerseyans part of the network’s editorial team. The network’s website, www.njtvonline.org posts the latest local news, information and program schedules, and its Education section offers local educators free, classroom-ready, digital resources through VITAL NJ.