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History

The Jersey Access Group (JAG) was formed in March of 2000 by a small group of stations that saw a need for open communication between all the cable access stations in New Jersey. From its inception, it was clear that JAG would play a dominant role in the development of New Jersey’s public, educational, and government (PEG) television stations.

JAG Online

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Jersey Access Group

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JAG Members

We would like to make sure each and everyone of our members is counted. Please complete the 2017 JAG Membership survey! The survey takes only about 20 minutes to complete and the results help JAG to understand the needs of our membership and determine JAG’s work in the future. Please take the time to let us hear what you have to say! It’s important to us and important to the future of JAG. And when you’re done, treat yourself to a nice hot beverage of your choice!

Thank you. The link to the survey is below:

http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07edn4zaqeix9gqunz/start

JAG Membership Committee:
Stephanie Gibbons
Cindy Hahn
Linda Besink
Debbe Gist
Bob Duthaler
George Bumiller

JAG Hands Out Its Annual Legislator of the Year and Municipal Excellence Awards Annual at Our Conference

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Pictured Left to Right:  Bob Duthaler – JAG President 2006-15, Mayor Brian Wahler – Piscataway, NJ, Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., Mayor Thomas Vahalla – Metuchen, NJ, Steve Traylor – NATOA Executive Director