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Newark Mayoral Candidates go On the Record & more on NJTV

Posted 4/25/14

Mike Schneider, Managing Editor and Anchor of NJTV News

   

NJTV NEWS WITH MIKE SCHNEIDER 

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

 Tonight, news from across the state, including (subject to change):

  • Forest fires in South Jersey
  • Gov. Christie tours the Seaside boardwalk
  • Pediatric cancer funding and a Middletown school charity event to helping  student patient.
  • An interview with Assemblyman Ralph Caputo about casino plans for Woodbury Commons
  • The celebration at Liberty Science Center the 40th anniversary of the Rubik’s cube
  • Political analysts Phil Alagia and Al Gaburo discuss the week’s headlines

Click here to watch tonight’s program & get more news at NJTV News with Mike Schneider online
 

Steve Adubato and Phil Mushnick

ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Friday, 4/25 at 7pm & 11:30pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

 Phil Mushnick, Television Columnist for the NY Post for the past 41 years, talks about many of the flaws in modern television and the way we can improve everything from news to comedy to sports. Brandon J. Dirden describes his role as Martin Luther King, Jr. in “All the Way” on Broadway, a play that explores Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidency and the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

  For more information about Caucus Educational Corporation programming, visit caucusnj.org

   

Newark Mayoral candidates Ras Baraka (standing left) and Shavar Jeffries (standing right) are interviewed by Michael Aron for On the Record at NJTV’s Statehouse studio in Trenton. Photo: NJTV

      ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 4/26 at 6:30pm; Sunday, 4/27 at 10am

 On The Record spotlights New Jersey’s political news-makers and Trenton headline discussion.

This week, a conversation with Newark Mayoral candidates Ras Baraka and Shavar Jeffries. Topics include leadership styles, priorities, crime in the South Ward, campaign conflicts and the one thing they both agree on: Newark Schools Superintendent Cami Anderson has got to go.

Learn more about On The Record here

REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 4/26 at 5:30pm & Sunday, 4/27 at 9am

Michael Aron discusses this week’s headlines with these news breakers…

   Nick Acocella/Politifax

Bob Ingle/Gannett

Matt Katz/WNYC/New Jersey Public Radio

Charles Stile/Bergen Record

 Learn more about Reporters Roundtable here

 

NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

Saturday, 4/26 at 6am & 6pm; Sunday, 4/27 at 8am  

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

Pamela Clarke, MBA, Ph.D., President & CEO, Newark Community Health Centers, Inc., talks about the challenges of enrolling consumers in the new healthcare exchange as part of the Affordable Care Act.

Maura Collinsgru, Health Policy Advocate, New Jersey Citizen Action, talks about lessons learned in the first phase of trying to enroll consumers in the new healthcare exchange.

  
CLASSROOM CLOSE-UP

Saturday, 4/26 at 5:30am; Sunday, 4/27 at 7:30am; Wednesday at 11:30pm 

  • Students at Howell Memorial Middle School build a functional robotic prototype vehicle designed for competition.
  • Students at Samsel Upper Elementary School in Sayreville work on ways to reduce their carbon footprint.
  • Music makes a difference in the lives of students with disabilities who attend Joseph F. Cappello School, which is part of the Mercer County Special Services School District
  • Cat in the Hat, pirates, dogs, iPads, and much more get children excited about reading

Learn More about Classroom Close-Up here


DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 4/27 at 9:30am; Tuesday, 4/29 at 11:30pm

This week, the infamous case of The Scottsboro Boys, nine black teens, who, double-damned by Depression and Jim Crow, guilty of nothing more than riding the rails, found themselves sentenced to die.

Late last year, the State of Alabama issued posthumous pardons.  The Scottsboro Boys were finally exonerated – more than 80 years too late.

Due Process looks at how they were framed, how they were freed after long years in prison, and how players as varied as the Communist Party, the NAACP and the U.S. Supreme Court all did their part.

Discussion includes Rutgers Law Professor Taja-Nia Henderson, an expert on race and incarceration, and Rutgers-Newark Historian James Goodman, author of the seminal work, “Stories of Scottsboro,” a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.

Learn more about Due Process here

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