Weekend TV

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron

Kevin McArdle of Millennium Radio News, Andrew Kitchenman of NJBIZ,
Michael Symons of Gannett New Jersey and Zachary Fink of NJN News discuss Governor Christie’s Budget Speech, the pension reform bills and the Council on Affordable Housing executive order.

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

On the Record

Michael Aron sits down with Gov. Christopher Christie to talk about the state budget, among other issues.

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

New Jersey Capitol Report

Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Steve Malanga and NJ Biz Reporter Beth Fitzgerald join Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman in a spirited discussion about the state of the economy and the future of business in New Jersey.  Steve and Rafael move on to a conversation with Jeff Michaels, Republican Strategist and columnist for PolitckerNJ.com and Julie Roginsky, Democratic Strategist and President of Comprehensive Communications Group, about the changing landscape of New Jersey politics.

Airs:   Thirteen: 2/6/2010 @ 8:30am
          NJN: 2/7/2010 @ 7:00am
          WHYY TV: 2/7/2010 @ 11:30am
          FiOS 1: 2/6/2010 @ 6:30pm
          WLIW: 2/7/2010 @ 9:00am
          WORLD: 2/11/2010 @ 7:00am
          WBGO: 2/15/2010 @ 7:30pm

New Jersey Power & Politics

Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Sayreville) and Assemblyman Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) on Governor Chris Christie’s speech; analysts Alan Steinberg & Tony Bawidamann on the budget cuts; David Cruz, reporter & blogger, on the Beldini verdict; and Dr. Bart Rossi on the Governor’s style and delivery

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

New Jersey Now

Political Analysts George Dredden and Bill Pascrell, III debate Governor Christopher Christie’s emergency joint session address on the current budget crisis, executive orders to freeze spending to schools and transportation, and pension reform. Also, entrepreneurs Sandi Webster and Victor Baker discuss the impact of minority and women-owned businesses in the Garden State.

Airs: Sunday at 12pm on My9/WWOR TV

Weekend TV