Student reporter Hannah McComsey explores Cape Town, South Africa further in the latest installment of “My South African Summer.” She also travels to the Cape of Good Hope, the most southwestern point of all of Africa, to witness the Atlantic like never before, and meets some penguins! Watch it all below:
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Dean Baquet, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and current executive editor of The New York Times, will be the 17th recipient of the annual Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award. He’ll join several Temple alumni who are also being honored this year.
The ceremony and luncheon will be aired live on TUTV this Friday, November 10, 2017 starting at 11:15 a.m.
The Lew Klein Alumni in the Media and Excellence in the Media Awards were established through the generosity of H.F. (Gerry) and Marguerite Lenfest and Walter and Leonore Annenberg through the Annenberg Foundation to celebrate outstanding members of the media whose achievements bring honor to their profession.
Tune in to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.
Lisa Bien examines how having low self esteem can negatively effect interpersonal relationships in a new episode of her show, Bouncing Back. Lisa speaks to Temple University student Erica DeAngelo about her experiences being in a relationship with a man who controlled every aspect of her life–an abusive partner who texted her constantly, demanded approval for every outfit she wore, and forced her to work out at the gym.
Since ending the relationship, Erica has found how necessary it’s been to build her opinion of her own self worth so as to avoid being susceptible to getting involved in another abusive relationship. Lisa and Erica also speak with behavior specialist consultant Allison Faust who offers advice on how to tell if you have healthy self esteem.
Watch the premiere on Monday, October 30 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. on TUTV.
Deep in the concrete jungle, what do we have to fear? Surviving Philadelphia investigates extreme weather threats in the City of Brotherly Love and individual preparation methods.
Produced by Temple students Dan Ray, Courtney Turnbull, Kyndall Brown, Alexandra Simon, and Jake Muñoz for Professor Kristine Weatherston’s Media Studies and Production class.
In part 3 of ‘My South African Summer,’ student reporter Hannah McComsey travels to Cape Town, where she visits the beach, witnesses the spectacular views (including Signal Hill), and experiences first hand the worst storm Cape Town has had in 30 years. Watch it all below:
Lo Último is back this week with another look at recent events. Topics covered in this week’s show include Philadelphia’s status as a sanctuary city and what that means legally for immigrants, what celebrities are doing to help victims of Hurricane Maria in Puetro Rico, and the recent tensions in Tumaco, Colombia between social leaders, coca farmers and criminal gangs.
New hosts Freixys Casado and Kristine Aponte also cover incidents occurring at Temple, including Homecoming, Stadium Stompers protests and the recent vigil held on campus.
Tune in to TUTV on Monday, October 23 at 1 and 9 p.m. for the latest episode of Lo Último.
Bouncing Back, hosted by Temple University Public Relations Professor Lisa Bien, tackles tough topics that may burden students, often privately. Recently, local media outlet Philly Voice profiled Lisa Bien and her work for TUTV in a new article, which describes how Lisa came up with the idea for the show, as well as her background that made her interested in helping students and others discuss their stories of overcoming personal hurdles.
This week, bullying is discussed through the eyes of a student who was targeted in his youth. Mark Moore describes how he suffered years of bullying, but regained his confidence through martial arts. Now, he mentors kids at his very own martial arts studio, Underground Martial Arts and Fitness Center.
Tune in to TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45 or online) on Monday, October 23 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to see the premiere of this new episode.
In the second installment of ‘My South African Summer,’ student reporter Hannah McComsey stood on top of the tallest building on the African continent, crawled through a maze of dark caves at the Cradle of Humankind, and got up close and personal with wild animals on a safari adventure. Watch it below:
The all-Spanish edition of Temple Update returns with a new edition this week. Hosts Monica Logroño and Karly Matthews begin the show with President Trump’s recent visit to Puerto Rico after the devastation by Hurricane Maria as well as student reactions to the Hurricane. They also cover the changes being made to DACA and the uprisings in Catalonia to declare independence from Spain, plus much more.
Tune in to TUTV Monday, October 16 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see the premiere of this Spanish language program.
Temple student reporter Hannah McComsey traveled to South Africa and brought back a first person look at the country for TUTV viewers. The first installment focuses on day-to-day life in the different neighborhoods of Johannesburg, the capital of South Africa. Watch it below:
In a new live episode of Media Inside Out, host Sherri Hope Culver will discuss how the media sensationalizes tragedy. In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, as well as the hurricanes in the Caribbean and Texas, it’s important to take a step back from nonstop media coverage to dissect how national tragedies are shaped in our minds by the news. Guests Lauren Kogen, Media and Communication Professor at Temple University, and Ellen Gray, the television critic for Philadelphia Daily News/Inquirer/Philly.com join Sherri Hope to discuss the topic.
Watch it on TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45/online) Monday, October 16 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The student-produced current affairs show takes on several contemporary concerns on a new episode. First, Philly sports journalist OJ Spivey and sports psychologist Dr. Lois Butcher-Poffley speak to student host Simone Stancil about first amendment rights for athletes. Later, Toni Thomas talks to Temple Student Government’s Tyler Lum and Amaya Pavon, a Temple student and DACA recipient, about Trump’s position on DACA and how it could affect students on campus.
Tune in this Wednesday, October 11 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see this all new episode of A Broader View.
TUTV’s entertainment talk show begins its fifth season this week with an all new episode featuring special guests Temple Student Government Vice President Paige Hill and Temple alum Ben Thomas, who produced a song for the HBO show Insecure. Temple Talk correspondents also have the scoop on this year’s Philly Fashion Week; plus, learn all about puppy yoga, a new kind of yoga class being taught by a Temple alum, and much, much more!
Tune in this Tuesday, October 10 at 1 and 9 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.
It seems as though all of social media activity is centered on getting other people to see and “like” the posts we put online. The goal is to go viral, but there seems to be no rhyme or reason as to why something catches on. How does this change the way we market ourselves and businesses?
On a new episode of Media Inside Out, host Sherri Hope Culver will explore the common elements that attract us to this social media content and why with social media marketing experts Matthew Ray, Co-Founder and Creative Director of ChatterBlast; Ryan Olah, Talent Marketing and Communication Specialist at Comcast; Hannah Kurtz, Digital Strategist at Maven Communication.
Tune in to TUTV on Wednesday, October 12 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.
In light of the increasing visibility of those who identify as transgender or non-binary, Bouncing Back host Lisa Bien speaks with Chris Dungee, an Associate Professor and counselor at Delaware County Community College, who transitioned from female to male in 2014. Chris shares his story and explains what a gender transition is and how his life has changed. Together they discuss the issues facing the trans community.
Tune in to TUTV on Monday, October 2 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to see this new episode of Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien.