LTV Update: Schedule through 10/5

LTV new schedule it out! And it's All About Livingston...

Once again, we have a mix of talk shows, sports, entertainment, town affairs and more. Plus, our Bulletin Board is up and running. So look for upcoming events that will be displayed. 

Programs this week include the long-awaited return of our flagship talk show AROUND TOWN and a taped replay of this past week's BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATE DEBATES. More info below.

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1. AROUND TOWN is back! Livingston's long-running talk show features Andrea Ubaldi and Joyce Mazzarella as they take us around Livingston with interviews and discussions. This week, the hosts welcome Fire Chief Christopher Mullin and Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Francione to discuss Fire Prevention Week. Francione also sticks around to preview the UNICO Italian Festival along with Mayor Al Anthony, who covers other topics in town as well. Check it out! 

2. Leaders In Action with guests Alan Karpas & Martha Ackermann on this installment;

3. Clergy Corner: Role of Religion in Opposing Terrorism

Board of Education Candidate Debates, presented by the League of Women's Voters.

Dan Yates performs at the Livingston Community Center.

Jr Lancers Football, Jr Varsity A & B vs Verona 2015;
(Coming soon: games from the current 2016 season)

Livingston Township's 9/11 Ceremony, 2016

*LTV can be seen on Comcast Ch. 34 and Fios Ch. 26.;  
**Our full schedule for each day is available at the link below.;  
***For Bulletin Board slides or other questions, contact;

Follow what's happening with Livingston's community access television station. We'll provide information about what to WATCH on LTV: the programs we're televising and our weekly schedule; how to APPEAR on LTV and how to contribute to our content; and, how to VOLUNTEER at LTV: joining the committee and working with us to showcase Livingston. 

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