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Posted on: July 19, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Asbury Park Television Receives Jersey Access Group Excellence Awards

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7/19/21, Asbury Park, NJ – Asbury Park Television (APTV) has been honored with two awards from the Jersey Access Group’s JAG Video Awards in the Documentary category. “There You Go: Asbury Park Two Days of Protests” by Bruce Booker received first place in the category with the Excellence Award. “ESTC Gardens of Asbury Park” video by Michael Sodano received a third place Award of Recognition. Both videos can be seen on APTV’s cable channels and streaming apps.

The Jersey Access Group (JAG) is a professional organization that unites municipalities, access channels, non-profit organizations, and content providers in a mission to improve communications to their communities. JAG advises, advocates, and educates in the areas of technology, legislation, and regulation impacting multiple media platforms. Their annual JAG Video Awards are dedicated to honoring excellence in local and regional Public Education Government (PEG) cablecast programming.

 “City Council and the Asbury Park Television Committee are incredibly proud of the team at APTV for their creativity and dedication and we congratulate Bruce Booker and Michael Sodano,” said Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn, “We’re thankful to JAG for recognizing the incredible work that is being done to highlight Asbury Park.”

For more information on APTV, visit

To watch APTV, tune to FiOS Ch. 28 or Optimum Ch. 77 or search “APTV” on Roku or Apple TV.

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