The show begins Thursday and will be streamed on his website.
“We will take a look at the lessons learned and ask if New Jersey is prepared for the future.”
Tobias, who has made appearances on the station for more than 15 years, claims he didn't encourage mask-wearing in schools while on the station.
The station will explore how the legal adult-use marijuana industry impacts New Jersey.
New Jersey 101.5 went up against Pennsylvania and New York stations and now progresses to the National Murrow Award competition
According to Talkers, Scott will examine alternatives to the traditional four-year degree.
The program's on-air panel will feature mental health experts, teen suicide advocates, and Roselin Duenas, a youth suicide survivor, and advocate for New Jersey's LGBTQ+ community.