Do you want to make your voice heard on important state issues? You don't need to wait until November, but can have a voice tonight at 8 p.m.
Steve Adubato, adjunct faculty member with the Department of Management at the Stillman School of Business and guest lecturer at the College of Education and Human Services Executive Ed.D. program invites the Seton Hall community to participate in the Caucus Educational Corporation (CEC) simulcast of Governor Chris Christie: On the Line, a special one-hour live program tonight at 8 pm on PBS stations THIRTEEN and NJTV. The program will also air on WHYY (Philadelphia's PBS affiliate), WLIW (Long Island's PBS affiliate), WLIW WORLD, FiOS1, online at NJ.com, as well as on NPR affiliates WNYC 93.9 FM , WBGO 88.3 FM, and WOR 710, News Talk Radio.
This special live, call-in show will reach an estimated television audience of 12 million households in 6 states, and a radio audience of more than 2 million households throughout New Jersey. Seton Hall Law School alumnus Governor Christie will respond to viewer and listener questions on a range of issues including education, health care, the economy and bringing business back to New Jersey.
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