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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This NJN (New Jersey Public Television) special, aired on PBS, aligns Herman's musical output with the changing political and social times.
Left: Willie Sanchez and the NJN Latino Youth Showcase and Orquesta Lucena, featuring David Colon, helped Adalberto Lopez and the Hispanic Alliance of Atlantic County celebrate Festival Latino-Americano.
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For 13 years, Chalfant and other education support professionals (ESPs) have been appearing on a half-hour program co-produced by the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) and NJN Public Television, the local PBS affiliate.
Newhouse subsidiary NJN Publishing will start printing 13 of its New Jersey weekly papers at the Staten Island Advance starting in May.
NJN Public Television and Radio produced "Diagnosis
Other speakers from the Princeton Packet community newspapers, New Jersey Network (NJN) Public Television, and Morris Broadcasting (Radio) Company provided tips on how young people can break into journalism.
Transport NJN is engaged in the long distance freight
"Communications via NJN's digital television system is another tool with great potential to add to New Jersey's homeland security preparations and to protect citizens in times of emergency," said New Jersey Governor James E.
Trenton, NJ: NJN Radio and the New Jersey Historical Commission, 1998.
The group of private companies participating in the program--IBM, Thomson Multimedia, and THOMCAST Communications Inc.--are using the Trenton, N.J.-based public broadcasting network NJN to test and showcase their new technology.
"Despite its large population, New Jersey must look primarily across its borders to New York and Philadelphia for television," says Elizabeth Cristopherson, director of the New Jersey Network (NJN).