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New Jersey Public Television (PBS: 1971-Present & NJPTV: NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION 1971-1981)


The New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority & NJTV became/becomes New Jersey Public Television on Monday April 5, 1971 with the 1st TV Station to Signed-on is WNJT-TV Channel 52 in Trenton, NJ {New Jersey's Capital City} to Serve Most of Central New Jersey to Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley. On Saturday October 23, 1972, The 2nd Station to Signed-on is WNJS-TV Channel 23 in Camden & Atlantic City to Serve all South New Jersey, Philadelphia, PA & Wilmington, DE and on June 2, 1973, WNJM-TV Channel 50 in Montclair & Newark to Serve All North New Jersey, New York, NY & Stamford, CT as being 1st to Signed-on with the same date as the 3rd Station and finally along with the 2nd Station of the same signed-on debut date and also as The 4th & Last Station is WNJB-TV Channel 58 in New Brunswick & The Amboys to Serve 2/3 of Central New Jersey & New York, NY to complete the full statewide network.

New Jersey Network (1981-1986)

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NJTV was/is established as New Jersey Network in 1981.

NJN (The New Jersey Channel: 1986-2011)


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NJTV was/is established as NJN in 1986 and in 1994 WNJM-TV Channel 50 changed the callsign into WNJN-TV to match the state network's initial name and still serves all North New Jersey.

NJTV (2011-Present)


NJTV 2011

The NJN television stations were/are all sold to a consortium led by New York City-based/Newark-licensed WNET (the former NJN radio stations were given to two Stations, the Northern half became part of the WNYC Operated New Jersey Public Radio, while the Southern half became WHYY satellite stations) and it's rebranded as NJTV on July 1, 2011. At That Point, NJTV is Matched to The State Network's 1st TV Station in 1971 is WNJT-TV PBS 52.


NJTV 2017

In 2017, the PBS Logo was/it added to the logo and this is for the first time of it's own 46 year existence on the air.

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