FREEHOLD, N.J. - New Jersey News Network is a station dedicated to providing in-depth coverage of the Garden State that has been missing.

Led by a talented newsroom, NJNN aims to put New Jerseyans first, by delivering stories and information about the people, places and things that are both relevant and pertinent to residents of North Jersey, South Jersey and the Jersey Shore.

With a digital-first mindset, while not ignoring traditional TV news, NJNN is spearheading the push to pushing out New Jersey content in various forms, including live streaming of reports and original shows, documentary-style podcasts and cinematic video shorts, behind-the-scenes sneak peeks and many more online-tailored programming.

NJNN is a New Jersey news revolution, a digital evolution of an already established brand.

KVNV-TV Channel 3, launched in the New York City market on Oct. 1, 2014 at 6 p.m., as MeTV with an episode of CHiPs. Two days later, on October 3, 2014, the call letters were changed to WJLP in honor of the company’s chairman Jules L. Plangere Jr. PMCM-TV LLC is the owner and operator of NJNN which is licensed to Middletown, New Jersey. Now, NJNN is able to serve not only the residents of New Jersey, who were being overlooked, but the entire New York market as well. It has a 7,000-watt transmitter at 4 Times Square in Manhattan.

The company’s broadcasting roots date back to 1947, when it became the first broadcaster to put a FM station on the air in New Jersey. Over the years, PMCM-TV, along with its affiliated companies, have owned and operated multiple TV and Radio stations in the New York, Philadelphia and Orlando, FL markets including NJ101.5. Its sister company, Press Communications, LLC, currently owns and operates six radio stations in New Jersey.