Season premiere of World at Temple airs Wednesday

The World at Temple

Host Katie Bandish takes viewers on a tour of Cuba and Japan, covers Saudi National Day, and participates in an in-studio tasting of Palestinian dishes on the 2018 season premiere of The World at Temple, TUTV’s talk show focusing on international students at Temple University.  Watch it Wednesday, February 28 at 1 and 9 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.

6ABC’s Brian Taff to appear on TUTV Monday

Jon Dowding with Brian Taff

6ABC’s Brian Taff, reporter and co-anchor of Action News at 4 p.m. on 6ABC and Action News at 10 p.m. on PHL17, visited Temple’s Kal and Lucille Rudman Media Production Center to be interviewed on Temple People, TUTV’s continuing series focusing on the talented professionals who are shaping media in our region and across the nation.

Taff, who has been a member of the Action News team at WPVI-TV, the region’s leading news station, for almost a decade, was interviewed by Klein College Journalism student Jon Dowding on a wide range of topics, including Taff’s extraordinary career path, interviewing President Obama and the role of local news in the lives of media consumers.

Students of the Spring 2018 TUTV practicum class produced the episode, which will air on TUTV and online on Monday, February 26 at 1 and 9 p.m.

The Vibe brings you Black History facts this month on TUTV

Have you caught any #BlackHistoryVibes from watching TUTV this month? To celebrate Black History Month, TUTV teamed up with The Vibe to highlight important African Americans. Check it out below:





First Temple Talk of 2018 premieres Tuesday

Temple Talk hosts with Milk and Vine writers

TUTV’s entertainment talk show is back for a new season this year, starting Tuesday. For the 2018 debut, Temple Talk hosts meet with Amazon best-selling authors and Temple students Adam Gasiewski and Emily Beck, who wrote the parody e-book Milk and Vine in a week.

Watch the premiere on TUTV this Tuesday, February 20 at 1 and 9 p.m.

#YearOfGrog: February edition

It’s the #YearOfGrog, folks, and for February we’ve got something short in honor of the shortest month of the year. Here, watch Karl talk about dreams on a roof in the cold:

Did you miss January? Watch it now.

New La Charla premieres this Valentine’s

The hosts of TUTV's La Charla

Don’t miss the new episode of TUTV’s Spanish-language talk show La Charla premiering this week!

The hosts discuss topics related to Latin American culture or news, including Trump’s handling of the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and the Disney animated movie Coco, which depicts events inspired by the Mexican holiday El Dia de los Muertos. They also discuss general topics like texting versus talking on the phone.  Later, the hosts play two different games: Quién soy and Verdad o mentira?

This episode of La Charla premieres on TUTV (Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online) on Wednesday, February 14 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Check out Klein College’s Career Fair

Watch the video above to hear from Lu Ann Cahn, Director of Klein College’s Career Center, about the coming Internship and Career Fair for interning, full-time, part-time and freelance positions. Over 70 media and communication employers are signed up to attend.

The fair is scheduled to occur on Thursday, February 15 at the Howard Gittis Student Center. Register now at

Watch the premiere of “Dream Man”, a spoof of The Bachelor

TUTV has a new show on our programming schedule, this time a spoof of every college girl’s favorite guilty pleasure TV show. Dream Man is a sitcom about the production of a show similar to The Bachelor, except that all of the girls hate the man for whom they’re supposed to be competing.

Created by Temple students Holly Guepfel and Sam Berit, Dream Man works as a show-within-a-show, depicting both the dating reality show and the behind the scenes reality of the production. Watch the trailer above, and tune in to TUTV on Wednesday, February 7 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see the premiere.

The Vibe highlights local acts on new episode

Illadel Sol performing on The Vibe

On a new episode of The Vibe, host Nydja Hood sits down with Will Toms, a Temple grad and co-founder of Philly-based hip hop agency Rec Philly, and Ernest Owens, journalist and editor Philadelphia Magazine’s G Philly section. Together they first discuss the recent sexual harassment allegations coming to light in the entertainment industry; later, they outline the history of Atlanta hip hop. For the Poetry Spotlight and musical act portion of the show, Philly activist and Temple student Osimiri Sprowal reads his work, and local neo soul/hip hop act Illadel Sol performs their music in front of the live studio audience.

Watch on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online this coming Wednesday, February 7 at 2 and 10 p.m.

Temple Update will report live from DC, Tuesday on TUTV


Temple Update has a team in in Washington D.C. to report LIVE on Tuesday night’s State of the Union address from President Trump. Reporter Cassie Semyon and Videographer Ben Otte are working with CNN in the nation’s capitol to interview regional legislators on both sides of the aisle to preview the President’s first State of The Union address. Follow the coverage on social media using the hashtag .

Tune in to TUTV (Comcast 50, Verizon 45 within city limits or online everywhere) on Tuesday, January 30 at 5 p.m. for live coverage.

Covering every angle in D.C. // #TUTVatSOTU

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Grog Show returns to TUTV with #YearOfGrog

#YearOfGrog is a year-long series of new sketches by the creators of Grog Show featuring their unique brand of off-beat humor and surreal shenanigans. Starting now, we’ll have a new set of Grog sketches for you to watch each month of this year.

The first installment appears below and includes the sketches “Billboard,” “Where Has Grog Been?” and “Will You Be in Our Movie?” Watch now:

Also, a lot of rumors have been swirling around about what happened to the Grog Show cast and creators since leaving Temple and ceasing Grogperations. This should clear all of that up.

The original “A Star Is Born” airs Sunday on TUTV

A Star is Born

The release date of the fourth adaptation of A Star is Born is set for this year, directed by none other than Philly’s own Bradley Cooper, and this time starring Lady Gaga as the titular star. Since the prototypical Hollywood fable is coming (back) soon to a theater near you, it seems high time to go all the way back to the beginning, to a 1937 Technicolor picture produced by David O. Selznick. The original stars Janet Gaynor as an idealistic aspiring actress who finds success, but at what cost? Tune in to TUTV Sunday, February 4 at 1 and 9 p.m. to find out.

OwlSports Update is back!

OwlSports Update's Ali McCann

A new semester brings us a whole new season of TUTV’s sports news show OwlSports Update. Tune in to TUTV on Thursday, January 25 at noon to see the live premiere and get caught up on everything Temple sports.

TUTV’s sports programming returns for 2018

Saturday Sportsblock

Can’t get enough of Temple sports? We’ve got you! This semester we’ll bring you non-stop sports coverage for two full hours every Saturday.

It begins this weekend at 11:30 a.m. with the return of Temple Athletics, a TUTV original sports show looking at the coaches and student athletes of Temple’s many sports programs. Next, we’ll repeat Thursday’s OwlSports Update at noon to give you an overview of everything happening this semester in Temple sports.  Finally, We Make The Call, the only sports talk show on TUTV, puts out an all new episode at 12:30 p.m.

So tune in starting 11:30 a.m. Saturday, January 27th for your Temple sports fix–Comcast channel 50, Verizon 45 and online!

Student doc uncovers origins of “Midgetville” urban legend in PA

Tiny Town

A new student documentary coming to TUTV this week explores the roots of an urban legend in Delaware County. The crew interviewed local officials, historians and residents to get to the bottom of the local “Midgetville” myth, a purported community of people with dwarfism living in a wooded area of Ridley Park.

The short film was produced and directed by Shane Duffner, Kelsey LeMunyon, Alex Littleton, Dave Petrozziello, and Shawn Reasin for Dr. Kristine Weatherston’s Genres of Media Production class.

Tune in Friday, January 26 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to see the TUTV premiere of Tiny Town.