NJ DISCOVER LIVE TV SHOW: “Broadcasting and Reporting the News Comes to N J Discover. Meet Bert Baron, WCTC 1450AM Host of Jersey Central AND Charlie Kratovil, Editor, New Brunswick Today” Tuesday May 8 th 8 PM Tune In. with hosts Tara-Jean & Calvin

NJ DISCOVER LIVE TV SHOW:  “Broadcasting and Reporting the News Comes to N J Discover. Meet Bert Baron, WCTC 1450AM Host Jersey Central AND  Charlie Kratovil, Editor, New Brunswick Today”  Tuesday May 8 th 8 PM Tune In. with hosts Tara-Jean & Calvin

Hosts Tara-Jean & Calvin

Tara-Jean & Calvin at recent Garden State Film Festival Red Carpet

 

 

 

 

TUNE IN   Tuesday May 8th  8 PM  njdiscover.com   Our NJ Discover TV Show is expanding (like the universe) Our show can be seen on Princeton TV (encompassing most of Mercer County) , local TV access in the following towns:  Long Branch,  Marlboro, Old Bridge, North Brunswick; Rutgers University TV and You Tube TV (forever archived)  CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS 

 

with TV Show guest Bert Baron at NJHOF

with Charlie Kratovil, at Advisory Board meeting NJ Newpaper Digital Newspaper Project

 

This show has been on the drawing board for a long time. In our journalistic world, Tara-Jean and myself have encountered and bumped into Bert Baron regularly, He is a recent inductee to the NJ Broadcasters Association Radio Hall of Fame. But Bert is omnipresent, host on the Morning Drive Show and literally everywhere that’s happening in Jersey central.  Imagine the stories he can tell!

Then six months ago, I was asked to sit on the advisory board of the New Jersey Digital Newspaper Project, part of the Library of Congress and Rutgers University Alexander Library. The board consists of Rutgers library executives, professors, PhD’s, involved with journalism, history and culture.

 

Bert Baron on air

Charlie Kratovil with headline

 

 

Two active journalists were also asked to sit on the Advisory Board, myself and Charlie Kratovil, a recent Rutgers journalism graduate, and founder and editor of a vibrant, dynamic, New Brunswick devoted newspaper, ‘New Brunswick Today.’ Charlie represents involvement, activism, old-fashioned journalism that cares about reporting and making things right. The moment I met Charlie, I knew there was an NJ Discover TV Show waiting.

To add the ambiance of this show, I’ve invited a wide spectrum of local college journalism students whom I mentor and who can now absorb/learn from two very unique media journalists, Bert and Charlie. Indeed, a special show and night.

Calvin Schwartz  4-29-18

TUNE IN   Tuesday May 8th  8 PM  njdiscover.com   Our NJ Discover TV Show is expanding (like the universe) Our show can be seen on Princeton TV (encompassing most of Mercer County) , local TV access in the following towns:  Long Branch,  Marlboro, Old Bridge, North Brunswick; Rutgers University TV and You Tube TV (forever archived)  CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS 

Bert Baron

Bert on top of story

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BERT BARON  is currently the morning show host on 1450 WCTC in New Jersey, heard weekdays from 6 to 9 AM.  A member of the New Jersey Broadcasters Association Radio Hall of Fame and a Marconi Award nominee, he is the host of “Jersey Central with Bert Baron”, the show that provides an interesting daily look at “all things Jersey”. From politics to pop culture, to newsmakers and entertainment, Bert covers it all each day.

 

Charlie Kratovil with New Brunswick Today team

Charlie IN the News

 

 

CHARLIE KRATOVIL is community organizer and editor of New Brunswick Today working to make New Brunswick a better place. He is a former community organizer at The Citizens Campaign and former campaign manager at Food & Water Watch. He studied Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers. Charlie recently received the  NJ Society of Professional Journalists’ Awbrey Award for Community Service Journalism for New Brunswick Today’s coverage of the water quality cover-up.

TUNE IN   Tuesday May 8th  8 PM  njdiscover.com   Our NJ Discover TV Show is expanding (like the universe) Our show can be seen on Princeton TV (encompassing most of Mercer County) , local TV access in the following towns:  Long Branch,  Marlboro, Old Bridge, North Brunswick; Rutgers University TV and You Tube TV (forever archived)  CHECK LOCAL LISTINGS 

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