May 2, 2015 — UPDATE: Congratulations to NJTV’s Classroom Close-Up and State of the Arts on their 2015 New York Emmy® Awards!
Category: EDUCATION/SCHOOLS Classroom Close-up, NJ: Show 13
Category: HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT David Bianculli on the Birth of Cinema (State of the Arts segment)
February 11, 2015 — TRENTON, NJ — NJTV, New Jersey’s public television network, announced that four of its series have been nominated for the 2015 New York Emmy® Awards. The 58th Annual New York Emmy® Awards Gala will be held Saturday, May 2, 2015. NJTV News, the networks’ weeknight news program that airs at 6pm, 7:30pm and 11pm, has received a New York Emmy® nomination in the following category: GRAPHIC ARTS: GRAPHICS/NEWS
- “News Graphics.” July 1, 2014
- Vincent Caravano, Art Director
NJTV News is produced by Public Media NJ, Inc.. Major funding for NJTV News provided by New Jersey Manufacturers, PSE&G, Barnabas Health, New Jersey Education Association, Verizon, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ, New Jersey Association of REALTORS, Wells Fargo and The Star-Ledger. State of the Arts, a weekly arts program which airs Sundays at 8pm on the network, received nominations in the categories of: ARTS: NEWS
- Joseph Arthur’s “Ballad of Boogie Christ” Live @ Drew’s. October 6, 2013
- Christopher Benincasa, Producer/Director
- State of the Arts Show #3201. October 6, 2013
- Eric Schultz, Susan Wallner, Christopher Benincasa, Producers/Directors
- “Haddy the Dinosaur.” June 29, 2014.
- Eric Schultz, Producer/Director
HISTORICAL/CULTURAL: PROGRAM FEATURE/SEGMENT
- “David Bianculli on the Birth of Cinema.” June 29, 2014
- Christopher Benincasa, Producer/Director
- “It Happened Here: New Jersey.” March 19, 2014
- Susan Wallner, Producer/Director; Eric Schultz, Producer; Sara Cureton, Executive Producer; Jonathan Mercantini, Terry Golway, Writers; Katherine Roba, Coordinating Producer; Charlie Starkey, Graphic Artist; Guy Parker, Composer; Cristen Piatnochka, Image & Rights Researcher
State of the Arts is a co-production of the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA) in cooperation with PCK Media. Funding has been provided by NJSCA, William and Judy Scheide, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance & the Friends of State of the Arts. Classroom Close-Up, NJ, a weekly series that spotlights the work of local public schools and airs Sundays at 7:30am, 12:30pm & 7:30pm, received nominations in the following categories: EDUCATION/SCHOOLS
- “Classroom Close-up, NJ: Show 13.” March 2, 2014
- Richard Renner, Series Producer; Kathryn Coulibaly, Executive Producer; Kevin Ronan, Dana Master, Adam Bauser, Segment Producers; Ed Waters, Director of Photography; Elizabeth DeBarr, Production Coordinator; Nello Ciccone, Sound Engineer; Marie Blistan, Host
SOCIETAL CONCERNS: PROGRAM/SPECIAL
- “Classroom Close-up, NJ: Show 19.” May 18, 2014
- Richard Renner, Series Producer; Wanda Swanson, Executive Producer; Adam Bauser, Kevin Ronan, Debora Ronan, Segment Producers; Ed Waters, Director of Photography; Nello Ciccone, Sound Engineer; Elizabeth DeBarr, Production Coordinator; Marie Blistan, Host
PUBLIC/CURRENT/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS: SERIES
- “Classroom Close-up, NJ: Show 6.” December 8, 2013.
- Richard Renner, Series Producer; Wanda Swanson, Kathryn Coulibaly, Executive Producers; Adam Bauser, Kevin Ronan, Linda Coles-Kauffman, Segment Producers; Ed Waters, Director of Photography; Nello Ciccone, Sound Engineer; Elizabeth DeBarr, Production Coordinator; Marie Blistan, Host
Classroom Close-Up, NJ is produced by the New Jersey Education Association. Support for Classroom Close-Up is provided by PSE&G. Due Process, a weekly public affairs program that addresses issues of law and social justice and airs Sundays at 9:30am & 7pm and Tuesdays at 11:30pm, is nominated in the following categories: PUBLIC/CURRENT/COMMUNITY AFFAIRS: FEATURE/SEGMENT
- “Same-Sex Marriage: Here at Last.” November 3, 2013
- Sandra King, Reporter/Producer
- Sandra King. November 17, 2013
Due Process is a production of Rutgers School of Law–Newark, the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and the Rutgers Division of Continuing Studies. Major funding for Due Process is provided by The Fund for New Jersey and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.