State of Affairs with Steve Adubato provides the people of New Jersey and the region with in-depth analysis of critical issues that affect their everyday lives in a balanced and unbiased fashion.
This high-energy, engaging new series explores the "state of affairs" on issues that matter through compelling conversations with our state's top government and industry leaders, policy experts and pundits, along with colleagues in the news media, to examine the political, social and cultural issues that impact residents of New Jersey, and in turn, the nation.
Taped in the Agnes Varis NJTV Studio in Newark, State of Affairs with Steve Adubato will work closely with experts from a variety of New Jersey media outlets, tapping into their insight and knowledge by having them contribute on-air on a regular basis.
State of Affairs with Steve Adubato airs on several PBS stations including WNET/Thirteen (flagship station), NJTV (New Jersey) and WHYY (Philadelphia). The program also airs on Fios1 New Jersey and can be heard on WQXR-FM.
One-on-One with Steve Adubato features conversations with today’s most interesting people who do extraordinary things. From political leaders to CEOs, television personalities to professors, artists to educational innovators, each guest shares his or her experiences and accomplishments.Steve Adubato, host of One-on-One, combines wide-ranging knowledge, a penetrating and inquisitive style and the appreciation for amiable conversation throughout the program. Steve asks questions that inspire the guests to talk beyond their expected route in a manner rarely seen on televised talk shows.
Past guests have included Chris Cuomo of CNN’s New Day, radio personalities such as Elvis Duran, well known names including Gayle King, authors, television celebrities from hit shows like Orange Is The New Black and more
Celebrating over 30 years on air, Caucus: New Jersey with Steve Adubato is the CEC’s Emmy® Award-winning series that combines in-depth documentary coverage with insightful studio interviews and panel discussions. The series tackles a range of NJ-centric issues including finances, business, education, family, healthcare and wellness, cutting edge technology and more.
The panels are made up of experts and others who have been touched by a particular topic. For example, a new medical procedure program may feature a physician who performs the procedure, a patient who received the procedure, a physical therapist who was brought in after the procedure and a health insurance agent who supports the procedure.
By looking at a particular topic from all angles, we get a more realistic, comprehensive look at the subject with candid, multi-faceted conversation.