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WNET Launches One-on-One with Steve Adubato

By Michelle Michalos
Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
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Steve Adubato with Neal Shapiro, President & CEO, WNET at a One-on-One with Steve Adubato taping at the Tisch WNET Studios at Lincoln Center

Beginning on August 15, THIRTEEN will air One-on-One with Steve Adubato weekdays Monday — Thursday at 12:30 a.m. One-on-One discusses real life stories and features political leaders, CEOs, television personalities, professors, artists and educational innovators who each share their experiences and accomplishments.

“We are thrilled that One-on-One now joins THIRTEEN/WNET’s prestigious late night television line-up airing nightly after Award winning PBS programs Charlie Rose and Tavis Smiley,” says Adubato, President/Executive Producer at Caucus Educational Corporation.

Watch last week’s episode of One-on-One with Steve Adubato here:

  • Robert Kern

    Within the last three weeks, Mr. Adubato interviewed a woman who keeps a database of social service organizations in New Jersey. Unfortunately I saw this only briefly and did not write down any information since I was sure I could find it on the Thirteen website or Mr. Adubato’s. But I have had no luck. If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it. Thank you.

  • Jim Cantin

    This is for Steve Adubato. Steve… Below is a posting on my Facebook regarding Christie’s veto of Same Sex Marriage. Would you see any value in presenting this to Gov. Christie and getting his reaction? Thanks. Jim

    Jim and Eli up in a tree,
    First comes love.
    Then comes… NY domestic partnership, NJ domestic partnership, NJ Civil Union…
    This year marks 20 years for us now.
    When comes MARRIAGE?
    Dear NJ Governor Chris Christie. You had an opportunity to do the right thing, and you vetoed Same Sex Marriage. SHAME ON YOU. Let the historical record show that you stood on the wrong side of civil justice.
    With your veto, you just told every woman in America that she does not have the right to vote. “What’s your problem? I’m the provider; I make the decisions; you clean the house and you make the babies!” You just told Rosa Parks to shut up and sit in the back of the bus. “What’s your problem? You’re riding on the bus and getting to your destination, aren’t you?” You just told every Black person in America to drink out of the colored-only fountain. “What’s your problem? You’re still drinking fresh water, aren’t you?”
    Separate is NEVER equal!
    Gov. Christie, what were you thinking? History is full of examples of how the “over class” stepped up and voted in favor of expanding the civil rights of the “under class”. It was men who signed bills to allow women to vote. It was whites who signed bills to free the slaves. And history keeps record of those who took steps to march civil rights forward and those who dug in their heels and chose to support inequality.
    You made the wrong civil (and moral) choice by vetoing that bill. The tide has turned. The wind is at our backs. Same Sex Marriage will come to all of America sooner than you think. And people will not forget that you told Rosa to sit in the back of the bus. That you told Black folk to live with the colored-only fountains, and doorways, and lunch counters of the nation. And you told gay people that they are second-class citizens who should be happy with Civil Unions rather than full legal marriages. SHAME ON YOU. Gov. Christie, the good things you may have done for New Jersey will be overshadowed when the record finally shows that when given a chance to do the right thing, you turned your back on civil justice.
    “…with Liberty and Justice FOR ALL”