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1971–1981 1981–1986 1986–2011 2011–2017 2017–2021 2021–present
1971–1981 1981–1986 1986–2011 2011–2017 2017–2021 2021–present

New Jersey Public Television

1971–1981

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New Jersey Public Television (NJPTV) started broadcasting on April 5, 1971 on WNJT (channel 52) in Trenton, and would be joined by WNJS (channel 23) in Camden & Atlantic City on October 23, 1972, WNJM (WNJN since 1994) (channel 50) in Montclair & Newark and WNJB (channel 58) in New Brunswick & the Amboys on June 2, 1973.

New Jersey Network

1981-1986

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NJPTV rebranded to the New Jersey Network (NJN) in 1981.

1986–2011

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The network's name was shortened to NJN in 1986. In 1994, WNJM changed their callsign to WNJN to match the network's initials.

NJTV

2011–2017

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The NJN television stations were sold to a consortium led by New York City-based/Newark-licensed WNET, with the former NJN radio stations acquired by New York Public Radio (four stations) — which owned WNYC and WQXR-FM — and WHYY (five stations, which were turned into WHYY repeaters).

NJN was rebranded to NJTV on July 1, 2011.

2017–2021

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In 2017, the PBS logo was added to the logo.

NJ PBS

2021–present

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On February 24, 2021, NJTV rebranded to NJ PBS.


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