NJ PBS, New Jersey’s public television network, brings quality arts, education and public affairs programming to all 21 counties in New Jersey and its tri-state neighbors.
NJ PBS, New Jersey’s public television network, brings quality arts, education, and public affairs programming to all 21 counties in New Jersey and its tri-state neighbors. NJ PBS presents PBS series such as Nature, NOVA, Amanpour and Company, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Curious George, as well as diverse local programs including American Songbook at NJPAC, Chat Box with David Cruz, Drive By History, Here’s the Story, One-on-One with Steve Adubato, State of the Arts and Treasures of New Jersey. The network’s flagship weeknight newscast, NJ Spotlight News with Briana Vannozzi, provides multiplatform reporting from across the Garden State. The network’s newsroom also produces daily newsletters, live news specials and roundtable discussions.
Community Presence and Outreach
Headquartered at the Agnes Varis NJ PBS Studio in Newark, with additional studio space at New Jersey City University and resource partners across the state, NJ PBS engages with the communities it serves through regular studio tours, internship opportunities, local program screenings, and town hall-style convenings that highlight topics from healthcare, housing and poverty to education and the environment. NJ PBS’s website offers online programs and free digital resources for educators via PBS LearningMedia New Jersey. Visit mynjpbs.org to learn more.
Business Structure and Policies
NJ PBS is a network comprised of WNJN, WNJS, WNJB, and WNJT, which collectively broadcast throughout New Jersey.
NJ PBS is operated under an agreement with the state of New Jersey by Public Media NJ, Inc. (PMNJ), a non-profit affiliate of WNET, parent company of award-winning New York public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21. Network sponsorships and partnerships are available. All WNET and Affiliate personnel, contractors, and agents involved in or supporting factual and documentary programming and reporting are responsible for compliance with WNET’s Production Guidelines. In addition, PBS has a comprehensive set of editorial standards and funding guidelines, available here.
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