Weekend TV

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron

Nick Acocella of Politiax; Angela Delli Santi of the AP; Andrew Kitchenman of NJBIZ and yours truly, Matt Friedman of PolitickerNJ.com discuss Governor Christopher Christie and the NJSEA; the budget shortfall; Christie’s promise not to raise tolls or the gas tax; and the assembly’s public hearing.

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

On the Record

Michael Aron sits down with Rutgers President Richard McCormack.

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

New Jersey Capitol Report

Steve Malanga, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and NJ Biz Reporter Beth Fitzgerald discuss the state of the economy and future of business of New Jersey; Jeff Michaels, Republican Strategist and columnist for PolitckerNJ.com and Julie Roginsky, Democratic Strategist and President of Comprehensive Communications Group, discuss about the changing landscape of New Jersey politics. Hosted by Steve Adubato Jr. and Rafael Pi Roman. 

Airs: Thirteen: 2/6/2010 @ 8:30am,  NJN: 2/7/2010 @ 7:00am,         WHYY TV: 2/7/2010 @ 11:30am, FiOS 1: 2/7/2010 @6:30pm, WLIW: 2/7/2010 @ 9:00am, WORLD: 2/11/2010 @7:00am, WBGO: 2/8/2010 @ 7:30pm

New Jersey Now

Assemblywoman Nellie Pou (D-Paterson) and Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) discuss the bipartisan leadership committee hearings and the concerns of New Jersey residents; Debbie Mans of NY/NJ Baykeeper and John Galandak of the Commerce & Industry Association of New Jersey discuss Governor Christopher Christie’s transition team reports on business and the environment; and Attorney Jim Ventantonio and Political Consultant George Ajjan debate the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on corporate contributions to support or oppose political candidates, and the impact it could have here in the Garden State.  Hosted by Brenda Blackmon.

Airs: Sunday at 12pm on My9/WWOR Weekend TV