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NJ TODAY

Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11:00pm

Tune-in weeknights for news from across the state with Mike Schneider. Tonight:

Check out some of this week’s other news coverage from on-air and online:

ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Saturday 9/1 at 10am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Program

  • Mark Naison, Professor of African American Studies & History at Fordham University talks about his most popular course at Fordham, “From Rock and Roll to Hip Hop: Urban Youth Cultures in Post War America”.
  • Sportscaster Warner Wolf discusses his extensive career in the business.
  • Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC Host, talks about juggling her career as TV host, Professor, author and mom!

LIFE & LIVING WITH JOANNA GAGIS

Saturday, 9/1 at 2:30pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Program

  • Montclair Film Festival, Part 2 Tune in to see continued coverage from the first annual Montclair Film Festival with big name stars, including Stephen Colbert, Dave Matthews and Olympia Dukakis, and hear from the festival Directors who were responsible for this amazing event!

STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 9/2 at 8pm

  • French-born guitarist/composer Stephane Wrembel, who honed his craft in the gypsy campsites of rural France.  Rolling Stone has called him “a revelation”, and Woody Allen recruited him to score his Academy Award-winning film Midnight In Paris.  State of the Arts caught Wrembel’s recent performance at the Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge – a former library built in 1877, listed on the national Register of Historic Places.
  • Cameron Carpenter fills concert halls like no other organist performing today, performing music from J.S. Bach to Led Zeppelin. See Carpenter set up his digital touring organ, the instrument he favors over traditional pipe organs, and his recent performance at NJPAC. State of the Arts also meets his former teacher and mentor, the renowned conductor James Litton of the American Boy Choir School in Princeton.
  • The widely anticipated New Jersey Arts Education Census is released at Arts Day 2012, where some of the state’s most gifted and talented students performed at the Governor’s Awards in Arts Education. Bob Morrison of Quadrant Arts Education Research  describes the power of the Census numbers and their real effect on students.

Learn more about State of the Arts here

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 9/1 at 2pm; Sunday 9/2 at 10am

On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political newsmakers-how they voted, what they’re trying to accomplish, what their values are, and where they come from figuratively and literally. This week: NJ GOP in Tampa.

Watch last week’s episode here

REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 9/1 at 5:30pm; Sunday, 9/2 at 9am

This week, a Convention Recap.

Watch last week’s episode here

CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Saturday, 9/1 at 12pm & 6pm; Sunday, 9/2 at 8:30am & 11:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Program

Enterprising Women: Traits for Success This panel explorse what it means to be a woman leader in the workforce. It features women from various sectors of business, including banking, healthcare, insurance, and the non-profit world who all share the traits that have led to their success.

NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

WITH STEVE ADUBATO AND RAFAEL PI ROMAN

Saturday, 9/1 at 6am, 12:30pm & 6:30pm; Sunday, 9/2 at 8am & 11am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Program

  • Melville D. Miller, Jr., President & General Counsel of Legal Services of NJ joins Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman to talk about the alarming statistics of poverty levels in the state.
  • Robert Bianchi, Esq., Morris County Prosecutor, discusses cyber bullying and the new laws protecting those who are being bullied.
  • Keri Logosso-Misurell, Executive Director at Wynona’s House Child Advocacy Center, discusses the importance of the government funding to 13 counties in NJ to improve the state’s response to child abuse and neglect.

For More Information on Caucus Educational Corporation programs,

visit CaucusNJ.org

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 9/2 at 9:30am & 7pm

The third and final show of our exoneration series uses the case of Quincy Spruell – innocent of a murder for which he served 24 years until a former NJ Attorney General, a television journalist and a Rutgers Law School Clinic joined forces to win a Governor’s clemency – to demonstrate how mistakes and misconduct can combine to imprison the wrong man.

Studio Guests: Quincy Spruell; Rutgers Urban Legal Clinic Director Laura Cohen, and longtime innocence attorney Paul Casteleiro.

Watch previous Due Process episodes here

NJDOCS: BREAKING BOUNDARIES

Monday, 9/3 at 10pm

Breaking Boundaries is an award-winning short documentary produced by Montclair State University student Dennis Connors, who chronicles the story of Alex Masket, a unique and extraordinary artist who has created a deep and varied body of work despite a disability that inhabits what most might consider being normal human interactions. Alex is a young adult with severe autism who shares his ability of expression through the process of Art .Breaking Boundaries documents the kinetic energy and wholly individualistic style of a young artist, and brings into sharp focus the notion of what artistic communication and creative impulse is all about.

Watch previous NJDOCS student films here

DRIVING JERSEY: EDUCATION

Monday, 9/3 at 10:30pm

The team from Driving Jersey goes back to school to get a fresh understanding and appreciation for lessons learned and those who teach them.  This episode of Driving Jersey celebrates educators from all over the state, but also spotlights producer Steve Rogers’ first teacher, his mom, who was a public school teacher over the course of five decades. The episode was shot in Manahawkin, Toms River and Weehawken, with interviews with Adele Rogers, Michelle Britton and Dr. Peter Olivieri.

Learn more about DRIVING JERSEY here

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION COVERAGE

Tuesday-Thursday 9/4-6

  • NJ Today will feature special reports from the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC.  Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron and Correspondent David Cruz will be on-site reporting from behind-the-scenes as they cover the New Jersey Delegation.