|December 21, 2012 |
NJ TODAY WITH MIKE SCHNEIDER
Weeknights at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm
Tune-in weeknights for news from across the state. Tonight, these segments and more:
- Former Governor Jim Florio joins Mike Schneider in-studio for the first of a two-part interview discussing gun control, Hurricane Sandy recovery and other headline news.
- The National Rifle Association holds a press conference in the wake of the Newtown tragedy
- Governor Christie press conference on prisoner reintegration
In case you missed these recent segments, watch them online now:
Watch tonight’s broadcast and other news segments here
WHAT NEXT AFTER NEWTOWN: WHAT OUR COUNTRY AND COMMUNITIES CAN DO
Saturday, 12/22 at 3pm
In light of the recent events in Newtown, this special provides an in-depth analysis of related issues, including accessibility of weapons, violence in the media, public policy, mental issues, and school security, and features a variety of perspectives in an effort to spark a nationwide conversation about long-term solutions. Co-anchored by Need to Know co-hosts Jeff Greenfield and Maria Hinojosa, and Nightly Business Report co-anchor Susie Gharib, among other prominent newscasters.
GLORIA: MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY CONCERT
Sunday 12/23 at 3pm & 9pm
An hour of seasonal classics performed by the Montclair State University Chorale and Brass Ensembles with Heather J. Buchanan, conductor.
REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 12/22 at 5:30pm, Sunday, 12/23 at 9am
Veteran journalist Michael Aron sits down to talk headlines with week’s news-breaker guests:
- Nick Acocella/Politifax
- Matthew Arco/Politicker NJ
- Jenna Portnoy/Newark Star-Ledger
- Joelle Farrell/The Philadelphia Inquirer
Find out more about more Reporters Roundtable here
ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON
Saturday, 12/22 at 2pm; Sunday 12/23 at 10am
On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political news-makers- how they voted, what they’re trying to accomplish, what their values are, and where they come from figuratively and literally.
This week: a conversation with Cory Booker, discussing his decision not to run for Governor and more.
Watch last week’s episode here
Sunday 1/23 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 12/25 at 11:30pm
Prisoner Reentry: Breaking the Cycle: The dilemma of reentry, of breaking the cycle of recidivism. In the field piece, Sandra King, with the help of Associate Producer Tania Ivanova, explores some creative approaches to setting troubled lives on track – from intensive drug rehab, to job training and placement, and even a unique program employing photography as a medium for self-discovery.
In the studio, Sandy and Raymond Brown get some thought-provoking, even surprising analysis from former Gov. Jim McGreevey, now a seminary graduate with a prison ministry; from Cornell Brooks, President and CEO of the NJ Institute for Social Justice, which has been in the forefront of the reentry reform movement, and from Nancy Wolff, Director of the Center for Behavioral Health Services and Criminal Justice Research at Rutgers’ Bloustein School for Planning and Public Policy.
Learn more about Due Process Here
STATE OF THE ARTS: MICHAEL GRAVES
Sunday, 12/23 at 8pm
Michael Graves: The Warehouse is a personal tour of his home given by one of America’s most recognized architects and designers. Graves calls his house “The Warehouse,” and it was actually built by Italian craftsmen in the 1920s to store the belongings of Princeton University students. For the past 40 years, it has been a repository for his own cherished collections, a laboratory for his design ideas, and most importantly, the place he loves to come home to. Michael Graves: The Warehouse is a window into the creative life of a man who has helped shape the way we live today, from the household items we buy at Target, to the buildings we live and work in. Produced by Susan Wallner.
Watch a preview here
TALES OF THE JERSEY SHORE: ON THE BOARDS
Sunday, 1/6 at 11pm
Emil Salvini, creator and host of the series, walks audiences through the history of the boardwalks of New Jersey- from the early days when the first walkways were portable planks of wood placed on the beach during the summer, to the five-mile long Atlantic City boardwalk. Unknown during filming, Super-storm Sandy would soon decimate the boardwalks along the northern New Jersey shoreline. Tales of the Jersey Shore will follow the restoration of the town of Belmar’s boardwalks and others in upcoming episodes. This episode provide s a historical perspective on these recovery areas.
Learn more about Tales of the Jersey Shore here
A CONVERSATION WITH GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE AT NJPAC WITH STEVE ADUBATO
Wednesday, 1/9 at 8pm
The Caucus Educational Corporation celebrated 25 years of broadcast excellence with Emmy Award-winning anchor Steve Adubato sitting down with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for the premiere edition of “Conversations at NJPAC” taped recently in Newark.This groundbreaking new series debuts with the Christie interview broadcast in prime time.
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