TRENTON - A legislative task force says the state should no longer be in the business of running a public television and radio network.
Gov. Christie said this year that New Jersey cannot afford to operate New Jersey Network. His budget eliminated state funding for it after Dec. 31.
A report released Friday by the 10-member bipartisan task force created to study NJN's future basically endorsed Christie's plan to convert it from a government entity to an independent broadcast outlet.