The New Jersey Public Broadcasting Authority became New Jersey Public Television on April 5, 1971.
New Jersey Network
NJTV was established as New Jersey Network in 1981.
NJTV was established as NJN in 1986.
The NJN television stations were sold to a consortium led by New York City-based/Newark-licensed WNET (the former NJN radio stations were given to two Stations, the Northern half became part of the WNYC Operated New Jersey Public Radio, while the Southern half became WHYY satellite stations), and rebranded as NJTV on July 1, 2011.
For other related logos and images see: NJTV/Other