Paula Zahn goes One-on-One; Florio & Whitman share political Perspectives; Justice Sotomayor gets personal & more on NJTV

Posted 11/14/14

NJTV NEWS WITH MARY ALICE WILLIAMS 

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

News from across the Garden State, every weeknight, on-air and online with veteran journalist Mary Alice Williams and a team of local correspondents. Tonight, these stories and more (subject to change):

  • Sen. Bob Menendez and NJ homeowners demand FEMA investigate possible Sandy victim flood insurance bait and switches.
  • Physician-assisted suicide moves one step closer to be a law in NJ.
  • The Assembly passed a bill banning colleges and universities from forcing students to purchase meal plans.
  •  An interview with Rep. Ron Rice re: a bill to subpoena Cami Anderson to the Joint Committee on Public Schools.
  • SewingSpace enables decor and furniture creation by up-cycling.
  •  A look at last night’s NJ Hall of Fame ceremony.

Click here to watch tonight’s program & get more news at NJTV NEWS online

 ONE ON ONE WITH STEVE ADUBATO

Friday, 11/14 at 7pm & 11:30pm

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

In this addition of “One-on-One with Steve Adubato,” Paula Zahn, seasoned journalist and news anchor and Executive Producer & Host of “On the Case with Paula Zahn,” talks about her early career and what it took to get her where she is today.

 

LIFE & LIVING WITH JOANNA GAGIS

Saturday, 11/15 at 2pm
A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

Marc Milano, MD, Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Bayshore Community Hospital, talks about when we should take our children to the emergency room, what to prepare, and how we can prevent illness and accidents.

Joanna attends the wedding re-enactment ceremony of Grover Cleveland at an event that raised funds for the Grover Cleveland Birthplace Museum in Caldwell, NJ.

Rachel Katz-Galatt, Founder, Healthy Mama, talks about her product line of medicines that are safe for pregnant women and the importance of being careful about the medications we use.

CAUCUS: NEW JERSEY

Saturday, 11/15 at 12pm; Sunday, 11/16 at 8:30am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

The Gift of Sharing – Organ Donation: Tens of thousands are waiting for tissue donations including bones, joints, skin, corneas, and heart valves. In NJ alone, over 5,000 people are waiting for organs, like hearts kidneys, liver, and lungs. This panel discusses saving and enhancing lives through organ and tissue donations.

    NEW JERSEY CAPITOL REPORT

 Saturday, 11/15 at 6am & 6pm; Sunday, 11/16 at 8am

A Caucus Educational Corporation Production

Assemblywoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Chair of the Human Services Committee, talks about what’s next for NJ’s disabled population who will soon be displaced from the developmental centers they currently reside in.

Betsy Ryan, President of the NJ Hospital Association, explains how the NJHA provides employment opportunities for veterans, who are hired to enroll New Jersey’s uninsured under the ACA’s insurance plans.

Captain John Chrystal, President of the Newark Police Superior Officers’ Association talks about the federal monitor of the Newark police force and the challenges of fighting crime while under close media scrutiny.

For more information about CAUCUS EDUCATIONAL CORPORATION programming, visit www.SteveAdubato.org

 

ON THE RECORD WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 11/15 at 6:30pm; Sunday, 11/16 at 10am  

This week, Michael Aron at the helm of discussion with Former U.S. ambassador to Germany Phil Murphy, an emerging potential democratic candidate for governor.
Plus a segment of GOVERNORS’ PERSPECTIVES WITH KENT MANAHAN

The election is over and voters want Washington to get to work. In this edition of Governors’ Perspectives, Kent Manahan talks to former Governors Christie Whitman, who ran for the US Senate, and Jim Florio who served in the House, about the new Congress, the President and Chris Christie.


REPORTERS ROUNDTABLE WITH MICHAEL ARON

Saturday, 11/15 at 5:30pm; Sunday, 11/16 at 9am

MIchael Aron breaks down the week’s headlines with these news-breaking journalists:

  • Nick Acocella, Politifax
  • Melissa Hayes, The Record,
  • Andrew George, NJ Biz,
  • Bob Jordan , The Asbury Park Press

Watch previous episodes of Reporters Roundtable and On the Record here

DUE PROCESS

Sunday, 11/16 at 9:30am & 7pm; Tuesday, 11/18 at 11:30pm

 Justice Sotomayor: For five terms now, she’s been a member of America’s most elite club; just the third woman to be named to the U.S. Supreme Court, one of four to have ever served. The New York Times says that in the last term, Justice Sonia Sotomayor finally “found her voice” – and that voice was front and center at Seton Hall Law School in her visit to Newark earlier this year.  “Due Process” was there as she judged a moot court competition, met with future lawyers, signed copies of her book, and spoke about her life and the law. She candidly traces the hard road that took her from the poverty of a Bronx housing project to a seat on the nation’s highest court. Following our field report from Seton Hall Law, Sandra King sits down with Rutgers Law Prof. Elise Boddie and former NJ State Bar President Karol Corbin Walker.

 Learn more about DUE PROCESS here

 

IN OTHER NJTV NEWS…

NJTV PRODUCES ITS FIRST NATIONAL TV SPECIAL: THE MIDTOWN MEN LIVE IN CONCERT!  SEE A SNEAK-PEEK HERE.

Photos

Michael Aron, Host Reporters Roundtable. Photo by Joseph Sinnott/NJTV

Kent Manahan interviews former NJ Governors Jim Florio and Christine Todd Whitman for a segment of Governors' Perspectives with Kent Manahan.