The state’s public broadcasting entity is prepared to moved out of state. Gov. Chris Christie presented a plan on Monday that would move all of its radio and television responsibilities out of the state. WNET in New York would take over television operations, while WHYY in Philadelphia and WNYC in New York City will both split up the public radio stations in the state. The legislature is the only group that can stop the deal by voting for a veto within 15 days. The television deal says that a nightly news television show must continue and there must be 20 hours of New Jersey programming per week.