Weekend TV

Reporters Roundtable with Michael Aron       

Friday 7 pm and Sunday 10 am

 Host; Michael Aron

Guests:  Claire Heininger – Newark Star-Ledger; Josh McMahon  – NewJerseyNewsroom.com; Jason Method – Asbury Park Press; Alfred Doblin – The Record of Bergen County

Topics:  Christie overrules Schundler, government watchdog merger and judicial advisory panel resigns


On the Record      

Sunday 9 am and 11 am   Monday 6:30 am

Host:  Michael Aron

Guests   First half – James E. Harris – Pres. NJ NAACP; Derrell Bradford – Exec. Dir. Excellent Education for Everyone

              Topic:  NJ school choice bill

Second half –   William Green – Vice-President Independence Hall Tea Party; Steve Lonegan – NJ Director Americans for Prosperity

              Topic:  NJ Tea Party


New Jersey Now

Sunday at noon on My9/WWOR

Host: Brenda Blackmon

East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella talks about the Superbowl coming to the New Meadowlands Staidum in 2014 and the impact it will have on the economy and the image of the Garden State. Then political strategists Pat Politano and George Ajjan discuss the upcoming New Jersey Primary, and then debate Gov. Chris Christie’s revision to the Race to the Top application after the deal struck by Education Commissioner Bret Schundler and the NJEA.

New Jersey Capitol Report

On FiOS: Saturday at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m.; WHYY TV: Sunday at 11:30 a.m.; WBGO: Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Hosts: Steve Adubato and Rafael Pi Roman


With the state and national economy still struggling, what is the impact on business and banking in New Jersey?  Steve and Rafael sit down with Gerry Lipkin, chairman, president, and CEO of Valley National Bank and Greg Braca, regional president of TD Bank to discuss this and other issues impacting businesses and banks in New Jersey. 


Up next, Bill Lavin, President of the Firefighter’s Mutual Benevolent Association and Dave Jones, President of the State Troopers Fraternal Association talk with Steve and Rafael about proposed pension cuts for emergency workers.




Weekend TV