Weekend TV

New Jersey Now

Sunday, May 2nd at 12 noon on My9 / WWOR TV.

Host: Brenda Blackmon


Political strategists Steven Some and Tony Bawidamann discuss the first 100 Days of Governor Chris Christie’s Administration, including the emergency and state budget addresses, and the ongoing feud with the state’s teachers union.

Also, Newark Mayoral candidates Mirna White and Yvonne Garrett Moore discuss their campaigns in this week’s candidates forum

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron       

Friday 7 pm and Sunday 10 am

Host:  Michael Aron

Reporters:  Claire Heininger –  Newark Star-Ledger; Charles Stile – The Record of Bergen County; Michael Symons – Gannett NJ; Dunstan McNichol – Bloomberg News

Topics:  Christie speech to NJ mayors, student walk-outs and Justice Wallace re-appointment.

On the Record    

Sunday 9 am and 11 am   Monday 6:30 am

Host:  Michael Aron

Topic:  Special taped edition.  Governor Christie’s speech to the NJ Conference of Mayors.


New Jersey Capitol Report

Hosts: Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman


Marcia Karrow and Peter O’Connor/ Lois Greene and Marsha Atkind

Airs:            Thirteen: 5/01/2010 at 8:30 am

                   FiOS 1: 5/01/2010 at 6:30 pm

NJN: 5/02/2010 at 7 am

WLIW: 5/02/2010 at 9 am

WHYY TV: 5/02/2010 at 11:30 am

                   FiOS 1: 5/02/2010 at 6:30 pm

WBGO: 5/03/2010 at 7:30 pm

WORLD: 5/06/2010 at 7 am       


For months, affordable housing has been a hotly debated issue in New Jersey. Steve and Rafael sit down with Marcia Karrow, chair of the Housing Opportunities Task Force and Peter O’Connor, executive director of the Fair Share Housing Center to discuss Governor Christie’s plans for the Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) and its impact on the state.


Switching gears to another hot topic, Marsha Atkind, executive director of the Healthcare Foundation and Lois Greene, assistant VP of Oncology, Hematology, and Ambulatory Care Services at St. Michael’s Medical Center talk with Steve and Rafael about New Jersey’s growing healthcare issues and the changes that they’d like to see in New Jersey.

Weekend TV