Weekend TV

On the Record

Michael Aron scores a one-on-one with Gov. Jon Corzine for a full half hour – the first lengthy interview Corzine has given since his Nov. 3 reelection loss.

Airs: Sunday at 9am and 11am, Monday at 6:30am on NJN

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron

Charlie Stile of The Record, Kevin McCardle of Millennium Radio, Chris Megerian of the Star-Ledger and Matt Friedman of PolitickerNJ.com (me) discuss the gay marriage senate vote, the nominations deal between Gov. Jon Corzine and Gov.-elect Chris Christie, and Christie’s latest fighting words. 

Airs: Tonight at 7:00, Sunday at 10am on NJN

Caucus: New Jersey with Steve Adubato

On the Frontlines: Protecting New Jersey’s Most Vulnerable Citizens

Airs: Saturday at 12:30pm on Thirteen, Sunday at 8:30am on NJN


Power & Politics

Jeffery Chiesa, chief counsel to Gov.-elect Christopher Christie on announcing more cabinet choices next week; U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-Cliffside Park) on the security breach at Newark International Airport; state Sen. Ray Lesniak (D-Elizabeth) on Gay Marriage; Bill Dressell of the New Jersey League of Municipalities on top concerns of local elected officials; Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray on which issues are politically volatile and which aren’t.

Airs: Saturday and Sunday at 10am and 3pm on News 12 New Jersey


New Jersey Now

Assemblymen Gordon Johnson (D-Englewood) and Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) discuss the Newark Airport security breach and the appointment of Charles McKenna as Director of Homeland Security by Governor-elect Chris Christie; Reverend Ann Ralosky and Reverend Dr. Gloria Harris discuss the defeat of the marriage equality bill; and Bergen Community College Trustee Cid Wilson and former State Senator Richard LaRossa debate the in-state tuition bill for undocumented students.Brenda Blackmon hosts

 Airs:  Sunday at 12pm on My9/WWOR TV

Weekend TV