Testimonials

Phil Murphy, Governor

"I enjoyed being on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato. Steve and I talked about substantial issues both in New Jersey and in America. State of Affairs is a great program and I was honored to be on the series premiere.”

- Phil Murphy, Governor

 

Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver

"Shows like State of Affairs with Steve Adubato give New Jersey residents an opportunity to access and learn about what’s going on in their state. It educates people and allows them to get engaged in things that are important to them."

- Lt. Governor Sheila Oliver

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney

"Programs like State of Affairs are critically important so that people actually have an idea about what’s going on in New Jersey. We’re surrounded by two different media markets: New York and Philadelphia and sometimes New Jersey is treated like an orphan. Therefore, providing programming like this that ensures people know what’s going on in their state is crucial."

- New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney

 

Carole Johnson, Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Human Services

"Appearing on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato was a great opportunity to share important information with the people of our state about what matters most, particularly the work we’re doing at the Department of Human Services."

- Carole Johnson,

Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Human Services

Former Governor of NJ and Chairman of the New Jersey Reentry Corporation, James McGreevey

"State of Affairs with Steve Adubato really impacts New Jersey. As much as I know what’s going on in the state, I still tune in and listen to all of the shows because it's really helpful for all of us."

- Former Governor of NJ and Chairman of the New Jersey Reentry Corporation, James McGreevey

Chris Cuomo, Anchor, CNN's New Day

“Adubato is the personification of the consummate pro. He also has a special brand of curiosity that is that magic mix of knowing what he doesn’t know. As a result, he asks questions that get a little bit more out of you than most would. (And he is not bad to look at.)”

- Chris Cuomo, Anchor, CNN's New Day

 

Michellene Davis, Esq., Executive VP & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer, RWJBarnabas Health

"I find this incredible programming so important in a world where headlines are flash out of the pan. What we get here is truly developed programming which is intentional and thought provoking. Every interview is well thought out, well researched and beautifully presented."

- Michellene Davis,

Executive VP & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer,  RWJBarnabas

 

Larry Downes, Chairman of the Board & CEO, NJ Resources

"Steve always has topics that are important to all New Jerseyans. Having the opportunity to speak with Steve and spread important messages throughout the state really makes a difference."

- Larry Downes,

Chairman of the Board & CEO, NJ Resources

Dr. Ali Houshmand, Ph.D., President, Rowan University

"Programs like Caucus: New Jersey connect you to various audiences and constituencies, such as local and state governments, business leaders, and faculty and students. As a result, the message you want to communicate can be shared to different people through this one program."

- Dr. Ali Houshmand, Ph.D.,

President, Rowan University

Chris Russo, Host,

"Steve is enthusiastic and that’s really what makes his interviews a home run. These programs are all important; they're something different - they're educational and we need them. It gets you away from the nuttiness of regular television. I’m a big PBS fan."

- Chris Russo,

Host, "Mad Dog Unleashed" on Mad Dog Sports Radio, Sirus XM &

Host, "High Heat", MLB Network

John Dickerson, Co-host, CBS This Morning

"Appearing on One-on-One with Steve Adubato was great! He had great questions and an interesting technique where he clarifies the question right before you answer it. Therefore, it was good because I learned something too."

- John Dickerson,

Co-host, CBS This Morning

Joe Roth, President & CEO, NJ Sharing Network

"Put simply, programs produced with Caucus Educational Corporation inspire more people to make the noble decision to register as organ and tissue donors. Steve Adubato and the entire staff have become valuable partners in furthering our mission to save and enhance lives."

- Joe Roth,

President & CEO, NJ Sharing Network

John Edward,  Psychic Medium

"My interview with Steve was very cool, very clear, concise and enjoyable. I think programs like this are important for a lot of reasons. We’re living in a crazy time with social media where people take information in sound bites. So being able to have a conversation that can start a dialogue is very powerful."

- John Edward,  Psychic Medium

Jami Floyd, Host, WNYC'S

"The One-on-One interview today with Steve was fantastic. He’s personable, curious and just a pleasure to chat with. It’s really important for the community to stay engaged with public television especially at this time. This type of programming brings the public closer to those in their community."

- Jami Floyd, Host,

WNYC'S "All Things Considered"

Dan Harris, Anchor, ABC News & Author,

"My interview on One-on-One with Steve Adubato was great. In my view one of the amazing things that public television does is allow you to hear people speak unedited and at length, so they get real content rather than a quick sound bite."

- Dan Harris,

Anchor, ABC News &

Author, "Meditation for Fidgety Skepticsʺ & "10% Happier"

Mary Alice Williams, Anchor, NJTV News

"Shows like Caucus: New Jersey are so important because you get to meet everyday people and everyday heroes who are doing incredible things and contributing to the community. If it were not for shows like Steve's the average person may never hear about it."

- Mary Alice Williams,

Anchor, NJTV News

Alton Fitzgerald White, Broadway’s Record-Breaking “Lion King” and Author, “My Pride: Mastering Life’s Daily Performance”

"Shows like Caucus: New Jersey are so important because you get to meet everyday people and everyday heroes who are doing incredible things and contributing to the community. If it were not for shows like Steve's the average person may never hear about it."

- Alton Fitzgerald White,

Broadway’s Record-Breaking “Lion King” and

Author, “My Pride: Mastering Life’s Daily Performance”

James Murray, Co-Star, truTV Impractical Jokers

"I’ll tell you why I love Steve. He might be, arguably, the handsomest, smartest, most intelligent, attractive, accomplished broadcaster in all of television and that’s why I keep coming back to do this show.”

- James Murray,

Co-Star, truTV Impractical Jokers


Ethan Slater, SpongeBob SquarePants, The Broadway Musical Palace Theater

"Public television is incredibly important because of programs like One-on-One. It's an opportunity for people around the country, on their local stations, to watch interviews with people who are at the top of their field or innovators in the world. It is a form of education that is incredibly important. I'm thankful for Steve for conducting these interviews."

- Ethan Slater,

SpongeBob SquarePants,The Broadway Musical Palace Theater

 

 

Willie Geist, Co-host, NBC’s “TODAY”

“Steve does a great job. He’s well read, he’s well researched, he knows who he’s talking to and I love a show where you can sit and talk for that long.”

- Willie Geist,

Co-host, NBC’s “TODAY”


Michael Maron, President and CEO, Holy Name Medical Center

"The interview on State of Affairs with Steve Adubato was great. Programs like this are important to get the message out to the community so the people can understand the dynamic of what’s going on in the state and become active participants instead of being on the side lines."

- Michael Maron,

President and CEO, Holy Name Medical Center

George Resch, Meme Creator known as Tank Sinatra on Instagram

"Programs like One-on-One are good for everybody. It’s good for the people that watch PBS because they see something different and it’s good for the people like me who get exposure."

- George Resch, Meme Creator known as Tank Sinatra on Instagram

Angelica Berrie, President, The Russell Berrie Foundation

“I think Steve shares the wisdom of what he has learned about leadership on his show, which actually teaches me and everybody else that leadership is not a solo adventure. We are all in this together.”

- Angelica Berrie,

President, The Russell Berrie Foundation

Dan Mannarino, Anchor, PIX11 Morning News

"Steve is engaging, he's fun, he's energized and it is an incredibly comfortable setting. No matter what he is talking about, everyone deserves to have access, through public television, to hear these kinds of issues. That's why shows like One-on-One should be heard, seen and viewed all the time."

- Dan Mannarino,

Anchor, PIX11 Morning News

Chris Giamo, EVP, Head of Commercial Bank, TD Bank

"Programs like One-on-One represent the local communities and it informs residents of what's going on and what's important in their backyard."

- Chris Giamo,

EVP, Head of Commercial Bank, TD Bank

Rev. Phillip Gilmore, St. John’s Community Baptist Church, Bergen Street in Newark

"Programs like One-on-One with Steve Adubato are so important to our audience and to NJ. It is educational and gets us talking about topics that we may not usually talk about and gets us wrestling with issues that we may not normally wrestle with. He is a gem in this industry and in this state."

- Rev. Phillip Gilmore,

St. John’s Community Baptist Church, Bergen Street in Newark