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June 7, 2013

NJTV SPECIAL REPORT: FINAL GOODBYE TO SENATOR LAUTENBERG

Friday, 6/7 at 7pm

This half-hour special program will feature news from the week since Lautenberg’s passing on Monday at the age of 89, and include a recap of Lautenberg’s burial at Arlington Cemetery Friday morning.  Lautenberg served five terms as U.S Senator, casting 9,000 votes during his tenure.

Mike Schneider, managing editor of NJTV’s weeknight news program, NJ Today with Mike Schneider, will host tonight’s special.  Schneider last interviewed Lautenberg in-studio last October.

 Watch the NJTV Special Report online here

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):

  • Roundtable discussion with Brendan Gill & Chris Russell about the Lautenberg legacy, Democratic State Chairmanship, Jeff Chiesa appointment to U. S. Senate
  • An interview with Stephanie Cherry-Farmer Preservation -Historic Places & Sandy damage

In case you missed these stories, click here:

Watch more news at NJ Today with Mike Schneider online

ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO 

Monday, 6/10 at 7pm  & 11:30pm 

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

  • Bob Hurley, Basketball Coach at St. Anthony High School talks about his new book “Chasing Perfect”, which is part memoir, part coach’s handbook to finding excellence in this sport and in life.
  • John W. Hartmann, Esq. talks about his book “Jacket: The Trials of a NJ Criminal Defense Attorney”, which is a memoir about his experience in the NJ criminal justice system.
  • Marianne Vakalis, Ed.D., Interim Provost at Berkeley College talks about the advantages of online learning and how this way of taking courses is becoming more and more popular.

  

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 6/8 at 2pm; Sunday 6/9 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, the Legacy of U.S. Senator Frank Lautenberg with these guests:

  • Jim McQueeny/Political Analyst, Winning Strategies
  • Maggie Moran/ CEO, M Public Affairs
  • Steve DeMicco/Democratic Political Consultant

 

REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 6/8 at 5:30pm, Sunday, 6/9 at 9am

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

  • John Reitmeyer/Record of Bergen County
  • Michael Symons/NJ Press Media
  • Darryl Isherwood/Politicker NJ
  • Angela Delli Santi/Associated Press

Find out more about Reporters Roundtable here

 

STATE OF THE ARTS

Sunday, 6/9 at 8pm

A special summer edition of State of the Arts, featuring Peters Valley crafts village, Lustig Dance Theatre, Art All Night in Trenton, the Shakespeare Festival of NJ, artist Stan Sperlak, and musician/novelist Wesley Stace, aka John Wesley Harding.

Watch a State of the Arts preview here

 

NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT  

WITH STEVE ADUBATO AND RAFAEL PI ROMAN

Saturday, 6/8 at 6am;Sunday, 6/9 at 8am;
Monday, 6/10 at 6:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

  • Nancy Blattner, Ph.D., President, Caldwell College talks about Governor Christie’s modest increase in parts of the higher education budget, including a $17 million increase in Tuition Aid Grant funding to help low-income students pay for college.
  • Asw. Valerie Vainieri Huttle, 37th Legislative District (D) – NJ, discusses the legislation she is writing to allow medically fragile and profoundly disabled people to remain in a more protected setting. This requires at least one state developmental center in each region of the state.
  • Rick Adler, Inventor of Removable Hurricane Flood Wall System and Alan F. Blumberg, Ph.D., Director of Davidson Laboratory/Center for Maritime Systems at Stevens Institute of Technology, talk about a new technology – Removable Hurricane Floodwall System – walls that can be brought in when you need them (like during Hurricanes) and removed when you don’t.

CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Sunday, 6/9 at 8:30am 

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

Today’s Modern Woman

Today’s modern woman is a wife, a mother, a caregiver of elderly parents, and a breadwinner. These days, women have more responsibilities than ever before. Overall wellness is not just physical; it is also a state of mind. This panel focuses on “keeping it all together” and helping women find overall wellness, not just for their bodies, but also for their minds and spirits.

For More Information on Caucus Educational Corporation programs, visit CaucusNJ.org

 

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 6/9 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 6/11 at 11:30pm

Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights

This week, Due Process traces the history of the anti-bullying movement, visit a Bergen County school that’s stepped up to the challenge, and consider the impact of a powerful documentary film, simply titled “Bully.”
In the studio, we explore the controversy concerning the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights with Dr. Stuart Green of the NJ Coalition for Bullying Awareness and Prevention; Clinical Psychologist Dr. Steven Sussman, and Teresa Moore of the Rutgers-Newark Institute on Education Law and Policy.

 Learn more about Due Process Here   


 

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Reporters Roundtable

Reporters Roundtable

Michael Aron, Host

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Peters Valley SOTA
Due Process
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Capitol Report
Lautenberg Final Farewell graphic
Lautenberg Final Farewell graphic