Thursday, May 16, 2013
Join Patch at 8 p.m. as we stream NJTV's broadcast of an expert panel talking Sandy aftermath.
More than six months after superstorm Sandy caused $50 billion in damage around the state, public television stations are teaming up to broadcast "Superstorm Sandy: A Live Town Hall" at 8 p.m. Thursday. Expert panelists will answer questions before live audiences at Monmouth University's Pollak Theatre and the Tisch WNET Studios at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. Topics of discussion will include infrastructure; environmental consequences; economic ramifications; building codes; and more. Mike Schneider, the managing editor of NJTV's "NJ Today With Mike Schneider," will host the broadcast, which will air on NJTV and PBS 13. Tune in above at 8 p.m. to watch a live stream of 'Superstorm Sandy: A Live Town Hall."
Monday, May 13, 2013
Feature on Fort Lee's "Buddy Program" to air twice more in June.
The NJTV Classroom Close-up segment profiling Fort Lee School 4's innovative "Buddy Program" will air two more times. The Buddy Program pairs sixth-graders with kindergartners to help them adjust to the new experience of school. Students meet monthly to jointly work on projects. Older students keep a journal on the experience, while kindergartners relay they thoughts with pictures. Since the program got off the ground six years ago, discplinary issues with sixth-graders has dropped measurably, School 4 guidance counselor Nancy Sanders told Patch in January. The older students take with them a greater understanding of responsibility while kindergartners better adjust to new surroundings, Sanders said. Originally aired on May 5, the segment …
Monday, April 8, 2013
NJTV to air 'Anatomy of A Scandal' online at 7 p.m. Watch it here on Patch.
Join NJTV tonight at 7 p.m. for "Rutgers: Anatomy of a Scandal." Anchored by Mike Schneider, the managing editor of "NJ Today with Mike Schneider," the network’s news team will examine the Rutgers University sports scandal that is making headlines across the country. Through interviews and news clips, "Rutgers: Anatomy of a Scandal" will analyze the controversy surrounding former Rutgers basketball coach Mike Rice. Rice’s actions have led to his dismissal, the resignation of other university staff, including Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti, and an FBI extortion investigation.
Saturday, March 9, 2013
Newark, Hoboken, Montclair and other New Jersey towns lose out despite NCAA reversal.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
School 4 Buddy system the focus on NJTV's Classroom Close-up to air in May.
The Buddy Program at Fort Lee's School 4 is set to be the spotlight of a segment on NJTV's Classroom Close-up to air May 5th. The Buddy Program, now in its sixth year, pairs sixth-graders with Kindergartners to help them adjust to the transition of being in the school. In return, the sixth-graders are given a sense of responsibility. According to Kindergarten teacher Rita Ranieri, the program creates a strong bond between the students. "Whenever they see eachother in the hallway, or in the lunch room, there's an immediate connection," Ranieri said. The program, started by School 4's guidance counselor Nancy Sanders, pairs each sixth-grader up with a Kindergartner at the beginning of every school year. The students then meet each month to …