NJ PBS brings quality public television programs and resources to communities throughout New Jersey and its tri-state neighbors. The NJ PBS broadcast schedule combines acclaimed national PBS series with an array of state-focused news, arts and public affairs shows, including Reporters Roundtable with David Cruz, Chat Box with David Cruz, Here’s the Story, NJDocs, One-on-One with Steve Adubato, Drive By History, and State of the Arts. The station’s news broadcast, NJ Spotlight News with Briana Vannozzi, features stories from across the Garden State.
NJ PBS is committed to bringing the best of public television to New Jersey—impactful programming that educates and inspires. NJ PBS is comprised of WNJN, WNJS, WNJB, and WNJT, which collectively broadcast throughout NJ. Formerly New Jersey Network (NJN) and NJTV, NJ PBS is operated under an agreement with the state of New Jersey by Public Media NJ, Inc. (PMNJ), a nonprofit affiliate of WNET, parent company of award-winning New York public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21.
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