Maybe they aren't as well known as Chet Huntley and David Brinkley, but it's sad to see the end of a tradition. A New York Times story earlier this month explains in greater detail why the state of New Jersey is getting out of the public broadcasting business.
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News anchors Michael Aron and Jim Hooker greet as they finish the final news broadcast at New Jersey Network Thursday, June 30, in Trenton, N.J., as New Jersey's public TV station has its last day on the air. New York's WNET is taking over operations of the remnants of the service, which was a casualty of the state's budget.