New Jersey Network worth $51.2 million, appraisal for RFP’s says

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The New Jersey Network of four public TV and nine public radio stations is appraised at $51.2 million in documents accompanying three requests for proposals issued Friday (Feb. 4) by the State Treasury. Gov. Chris Christie (R) says the state can no longer afford to run the pubmedia outlets (Current, July 6, 2010). One RFP is for operation of the radio network, another for the sale of that network, and the final for operation of the TV network.