NJTV

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.wikipedia
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WNET

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NJTV is operated by WNET.org, which is the parent company of New York City's flagship public television stations, Newark-licensed WNET (channel 13) and Garden City, New York-licensed WLIW (channel 21).
Owned by WNET.org (formerly known as the Educational Broadcasting Corporation), it is sister to the area's secondary fellow PBS member, Garden City, New York-licensed WLIW (channel 21) and two Class A stations which share spectrum with WNET: WNDT-CD (channel 14) and WMBQ-CD (channel 46); through an outsourcing agreement, WNET.org also operates New Jersey's PBS state network NJTV and the website NJ Spotlight.

New Jersey Network

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NJTV is the successor to New Jersey Network (NJN), the state-controlled public television and radio service.
The television network was succeeded by NJTV, and the radio stations were split through two separate sales to NPR-member stations in Philadelphia and New York.

WLIW

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NJTV is operated by WNET.org, which is the parent company of New York City's flagship public television stations, Newark-licensed WNET (channel 13) and Garden City, New York-licensed WLIW (channel 21).
Owned by WNET.org (formerly known as the Educational Broadcasting Corporation), it is sister to the area's primary PBS member, Newark, New Jersey-licensed WNET (channel 13), and two Class A stations which share spectrum with WNET: WNDT-CD (channel 14) and WMBQ-CD (channel 46); through an outsourcing agreement, WNET.org also operates New Jersey's PBS state network NJTV and the website NJ Spotlight.

Mary Alice Williams

On June 12, 2014, Schneider announced his retirement as anchor on NJTV News and was replaced by veteran journalist Mary Alice Williams on July 1.
She is currently anchor of NJTV News on New Jersey's public television network, NJTV.

One on One with Steve Adubato

CEC produces Caucus: New Jersey, State of Affairs, and One on One with Steve Adubato, which are hosted by Steve Adubato.
One on One with Steve Adubato is produced by the Caucus Educational Corporation, which also produces Caucus: New Jersey and New Jersey Capital Report, and it is aired on NJTV, WNET (the network's sister station) and was formerly aired on FiOS1 New Jersey.

Newark, New Jersey

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NJTV is operated by WNET.org, which is the parent company of New York City's flagship public television stations, Newark-licensed WNET (channel 13) and Garden City, New York-licensed WLIW (channel 21).
PBS network NJTV's main broadcasting studios (NJTV is also a sister station of the Newark-licensed WNET) are also in the Gateway Center Office Complex.

State network

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Steve Adubato Jr.

Steve Adubato
CEC produces Caucus: New Jersey, State of Affairs, and One on One with Steve Adubato, which are hosted by Steve Adubato.
In 2011, after NJN was privatized, the CEC produced programs for its predecessor, NJTV along with its sister station, WNET.

WHYY-TV

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It not only shares its coverage area with sister stations WNET and WLIW, but also with Philadelphia's main PBS outlet, WHYY-TV (channel 12).
It is one of three PBS member stations serving the Philadelphia market, alongside Allentown-based WLVT-TV (channel 39) and NJTV (channels 23 and 52).

New Jersey Lottery

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When NJN shut down operations, no New Jersey Lottery drawings were aired until September 8, 2011, on a tape delay.
On September 6, 2011, drawings returned to broadcast on television on NJTV on a one-hour tape delay; the live drawings continue to be held at the Lottery's headquarters and broadcast online.

Gateway Center (Newark)

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Its anchor studio is located at Gateway Center in Newark.
NJTV, New Jersey’s public television network, relocated its headquarters to 2 Gateway Center in May 2015.

PBS NewsHour

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NJTV remains the only PBS member network that does not air PBS NewsHour.
These include the NJTV network in New Jersey (as WNET, which co-manages NJTV and WLIW, carries the program in the New York City area, while WHYY-TV does so in the Philadelphia market); KVCR-DT in San Bernardino, California (KOCE-TV carries it as San Bernardino is within the Los Angeles market), and Chicago-area stations WYCC and Northwest Indiana-serving WYIN (due to WTTW's PBS primacy).

NJN News

At the inauguration of NJTV, the network launched NJ Today, a half-hour newscast that replaced NJN News and was aired on its former weekday time slots of 6, 7:30 and 11 p.m. It was originally anchored by WNET personality Rafael Pi Roman.
NJN News had its final broadcast on June 30, 2011, when NJN went off the air to be replaced by NJTV.

WLVT-TV

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Additionally, WLVT-TV (channel 39) in Allentown, Pennsylvania overlaps some of NJTV's broadcast area.
While this gives WLVT one of the largest potential audiences in the country–6.7 million people in eastern Pennsylvania, western and southern New Jersey and northern and central Delaware–the station's focus on the broader market means that it frequently competes with Philadelphia's main PBS member station, WHYY-TV (channel 12), and to a lesser extent, WNJT and WNJS (which are the two Philadelphia-market stations in the NJTV network).

Philadelphia

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It not only shares its coverage area with sister stations WNET and WLIW, but also with Philadelphia's main PBS outlet, WHYY-TV (channel 12).
The region is served also by public broadcasting stations WPPT-TV (Philadelphia), WHYY-TV (Wilmington, Delaware and Philadelphia), WLVT-TV (Lehigh Valley), and NJTV (New Jersey).

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Montclair, New Jersey

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WNJN - one of four stations of state-wide PBS member station NJTV - is also located there.

PBS

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.

U.S. state

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.

New Jersey

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NJTV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member network serving the U.S. state of New Jersey.

Government of New Jersey

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It is owned by the New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority (NJPBA), an agency of the New Jersey state government which owns the licenses to all but one of the PBS member stations licensed in the state.

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It is owned by the New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority (NJPBA), an agency of the New Jersey state government which owns the licenses to all but one of the PBS member stations licensed in the state.

New York City

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NJTV is operated by WNET.org, which is the parent company of New York City's flagship public television stations, Newark-licensed WNET (channel 13) and Garden City, New York-licensed WLIW (channel 21).