NJN


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NJNNew Jersey Nets
NJNNational Jeweler Network
NJNNew Jersey Network (state-owned public television)
NJNNational Judgment Network (legal judgments)
NJNNot Just the News (online video journalism network)
NJNNational Jesuit News
NJNNintendoJack Network (website)
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We have outgrown the capacity of the Easton press," says NJN Publishing president Thomas Krekel, explaining that the weeklies require the better color capabilities and the more efficient inserting operations found at Staten Island.
colorectal cancer and breast cancer in the country, NJN wanted to devote
based public broadcasting network NJN to test and showcase their new technology.
in New Jersey, state support for NJN has declined since FY 1989 from $10 million to $5.
These unrehearsed classes will be filmed by NJN and then edited into 10 to 15-minute synopses.
As part of this initiative, The Prudential Foundation funded a 60-minute television program produced by NJN Public Television entitled Ready to Retire?
Also at NJ Advance, Craig Turpin has been named community editor for Trenton and Hunterdon; previously, he'd been editor of NJN Publishing (the Democrat, Piscataway Review, South Plainfield Reporter, et al.
Jim Hooker, veteran State House commentator and former NJN News anchor, moderated the program, opening the discussion with Governor Chris Chriatie's announcement that he would not run for president.
In 2000, he was awarded the "Celia Cruz Award of the NJN Hispanic Youth Showcase 2000 Competition," as well as an award by the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania for his vocal talents and for being an ambassador of Spanish culture to the Greater Delaware Valley.
Clair News-Aegis, Pell City - weeklies; Best Bargain Shopper, Athens, Times Extra, Cullman, and The NJN Shopper, Gardendale - shoppers
papers: The Newhouse family's Advance Publications said on Wednesday it plans to consolidate the operations of its The Times of Trenton, the South Jersey Times, NJN Publishing (the Hunterdon County Democrat and other affiliated weekly newspapers) and The Express-Times of Easton, Pa.
L-R are: NJAA VP of Government Affairs, Conor Fennessy; former Governor James Florio; NJAA executive director, Jean Maddalon; Moderator and former NJN News anchor, Jim Hooker; former Governor Donald DiFrancesco; and NJAA president, Jeff Smith of Kriegman & Smith.