New Jersey Network

NJN News Director and Senior Political Correspondent Michael Aron and Jim Hooker big farewell. (credit: KYW's Cherri Gregg)

NJN Anchors Say Goodbye To Viewers For Final Time

As of July 1st, NJN will now become NJT. News Director Michael Aron, who has been with NJN for 30 years, says he hopes the new station will give New Jersey the type of news coverage it deserves.


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Christie Announces Deal To Turn NJN To NJTV

NJN now will be called NJTV and run by WNET, the New York PBS station which is the largest in the country.


NJN layoff notice

Layoff Notices Sent Out At NJN

“The mood is difficult, but I do have to say our staff has just been unbelievably professional,” said the executive director on Wednesday.