Montclair Film and NJ PBS present Front Row Festival, – six nights of independent films by local filmmakers – September 9 through October 14 on NJ PBS.
For 28 years, Joe Lee ran WAER-FM and its digital platforms at Syracuse University, first as Program Director and then as Director and General Manager.
Stream the full episode, Dinner Table Democracy: A Look Back at Pasta & Politics with Nick Acocella. According to longtime New Jersey journalist and Politifax editor Nick Acocella, breaking bread—especially Italian bread— leads to better political and policy outcomes and …
June 7, 2021 — NEWARK, NJ — NJ Spotlight News, the news division of NJ PBS, New Jersey’s public television network, will provide comprehensive multiplatform Primary Day coverage across New Jersey on Tuesday, June 8. Coverage will include live reports from …
Watch the broadcast on Wednesday, June 2 at 7 p.m. as we honor community leaders and organizations that getting New Jersey through the COVID-19 pandemic and grow its future.
One of the pioneers of local political discussion, Kent Manahan has been a familiar face to New Jersey public television viewers for decades. The former NJN news anchor (1981–2008) now appears on NJ PBS, continuing her popular Governors’ Perspectives with …
The battle to stop an airport in rural New Jersey took almost a decade, a President, and an Act of Congress.
The two-part series visits six spectacular sacred gardens throughout the United Kingdom.
Her charcoal drawings made O’Keeffe one of the very first American artists to practice pure abstraction.
The story of Kea Tawana, a self-taught engineer and artist who built a three-story ark in Newark’s Central Ward in the mid-1980s.