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Upcoming shows on NJTV: On The Record, Due Process, Tales of the Jersey Shore, an NJDOCS anniversary special & more
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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 (subject to change):

  • Governor Christie addresses attendees at a NJ Chamber of Commerce event in Washington DC
  • Asw. Amy Handlin discusses the governor’s popularity and the storm recovery effort in Monmouth County
  • Gordon MacInnes, Executive Director of NJ Policy Perspective, discusses the governor’s conditional veto of the minimum wage legislation

In case you missed these recent segments, watch them online now:

Watch tonight’s broadcast and other news segments here

 

REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 2/2 at 5:30pm, Sunday, 2/3 at 9am

Veteran journalist Michael Aron sits down to talk headlines with week’s news-breaker guests:

  • Charles Stile/Record of Bergen County
  • Alfred Doblin/Record of Bergen County
  • Bob Ingle/NJ Press Media
  • Paul Mulshine/Newark Star-Ledger

Find out more about more Reporters Roundtable here

 

 

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 2/2 at 2pm; Sunday 2/3 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, conversation with:

  • Asm. John Burzichelli (D)/Paulsboro
  • Asm. Jon Bramnick (R)/Assembly Minority Leader

Watch last week’s episode here

 

DUE PROCESS

Sunday 2/3 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 2/5 at 11:30pm

 

Judge Carter Remembered: He was the unsung hero of Brown v. Board – the case that changed American life, and brought us one step closer to justice. So one year after his death at 94, Due Process looks back at the life and work of U.S. District Court Judge Robert Carter.

Learn more about Due Process Here

STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 2/3 at 8pm

 

Mel Leipzig: Everything is Paintable: An encore of the touching profile of the realist painter Mel Leipzig, filmed over three years by his friend and neighbor Eric Schultz. Leipzig’s works can be found at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the White House Collection, and many other private collections. Mel Leipzig loves to paint. Although he’s well past the time most people retire, he continues to do so constantly. He can’t stop.

Learn more about State of the Arts here



NJDOCS: ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

Monday, 2/4 at 10pm

NJDOCS, NJTV’s monthly student film series, celebrates its first anniversary with a series of short films.  Kicking off the hour are four shorts by a young

filmmaker from Rutgers University, Adam Nawrot.  In the first film, The Dirt Merchant, Nawrot introduces us to Jason Fenton, who has been building and maintaining mountain bike trails in the heart of Central New Jersey since 2004, and explores what it means to be a cyclist in the middle of some of America’s densest suburban sprawl. In the next short, Golden, Nawrot takes viewers on a bicycle ride across the United States. In Joshua’s House, he looks at how many of New Jersey’s state-owned historic homes have fallen into disrepair because of liability laws. Lastly, Nawrot films in the kitchen for Butter.
The NJDOCS Anniversary special wraps with an encore of Children of Terror, a film produced at Rider University by Dr. Shawn Kildea of the Department of Communication and Journalism and 2011 graduate Gina Grosso.  It combines the stories of two female survivors of the Holocaust:  Inge Auerbacher, a German Jew, survived Terezin, a Nazi concentration camp located in what is now the Czech Republic, and Bozenna Urbanowicz-Gilbride, a Catholic Pole who survived Chemnitz, a Nazi work camp in Germany. Children of Terror is based on Auerbacher’s and Urbanowicz-Gilbride’s 2009 book of the same name.

Visit NJDOCS online here

 

TALES OF THE JERSEY SHORE

Tuesday, 2/12 at 10:30pm

Storm Clouds … Historic Storms of the Jersey Shore: This episode tells the story of Super-Storm Sandy and place it in perspective alongside of other weather events that changed the Jersey Shore forever. Host Emil Salvini takes a look at the Ash Wednesday Storm of 1962 and the Great Atlantic Hurricane of 1944 and how resorts along the coastline dealt with the aftermath.
Watch more Tales of the Jersey Shore here

In other NJTV news….

Check out our Facebook page for photos from Monday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new Statehouse television studio in Trenton.

Read about the new studio here

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