NJN News has signed off and WNET will take control of the station. Friday is the first full day of the new station. The new station will have 15 to 20 employees, and will rely on sharing video with other news outlets to cover all of the stories. In camparsion, the current NJN, has 130 employees. There is no guarantee that any of the current employees will be retained. Jim Hooker and Michael Aron signed off on Thursday in the final broadcast of NJN News.
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