This month’s Grog content is will be very useful to watch. You’ll learn a lot. Like maybe you CAN be two places at once with Johnny Popcorn’s FOMO, and ALSO get exclusive Behind the Scenes access of the soon to be viral video “iPhone vs. Parking Garage”
Students Diana Cristancho and Meredith Siegler serve as co-hosts for the latest episode of A Broader View to discuss topics related to the upcoming elections in November.
Diana looks at low voter turnout among the youth with Aurica Hurst, a community organizer at One Pennsylvania, and Dr. Nickerson, Associate Professor of Political Science at Temple.
Meredith discusses voting accessibility and impediments to it with David Thornburgh, the President and CEO of the Committee of Seventy, and Lauren Cristella, their Chief Advancement Officer.
Watch this episode when it airs on TUTV at noon and 8 p.m. this Monday, October 22.
TUTV won 5 out of the 8 categories in this year’s College Production Awards, including Best Talent, Best Newscast, and Shortform Production! Take a look at the list of winners from TUTV below and watch the winning programs. See the full list of winners here.
Temple Update: March 29, 2018
Spencer Trabbold, Supervising Producer
Keith Aversa, Producer
Danielle Sabulsky, Director
Dan Ray, Anchor
Zuri Hoffman, Anchor
Kelly Antonacci, Reporter
Izamarie Camacho, Reporter
Max Bass, Technical Director
Logan Moritz, Editing Manager
Peter Jaroff, Advisor
Cape Town Residents Struggle in Temporary Relocation Area
Paul Gluck, Faculty Advisor
Hannah McComsey, Reporter
The Fight: Grappling with Philadelphia Gentrification
Paul Gluck, Faculty Advisor
Dan Ray, Producer/Editor
Tracy Yatsko, Reporter/Writter
Sarah Shields, Field Producer
Ben Otte, Photog/Editor
Produced in conjunction with Temple Update, Lo Último is the first all-Spanish language news program on TUTV, covering topics from ranging from global to local.
Tune in this Thursday, October 18 at 3 and 11 p.m. to catch an all new edition of the student produced news program.
The Summer Music Edition of Featured in Philly highlights three local Philadelphia bands–watermedown, Stealing From Thieves, and Lazy Eye–through a mix of music videos, live performances, and interviews with the artists. The program was produced, directed and edited by Temple students Madison Hall, Dillon Josephsen, Hannah LaRocca, Dana Markham, Aidan Peirce, Conall Smith, Amanda Sweeney, Alexandra Valerio, and Emani Washington, and executive produced by Professor Kristine Trever Weatherston.
Watch the premiere on TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45 or online) this Friday October 19 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Host Lisa Bien discusses the path to rebuilding one’s confidence after losing a job on a new episode of Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien. Lisa talks to radio host Marilyn Russell about the day she got the news that her show was getting a new host. Russell, a Philadelphia native, felt that her days in radio were over. After some time, she learned to cope with the blow, and she got an offer at Philly’s 98.1 WOGL. She bounced back to find bigger and better avenues in her career.
Russell started in radio in 1993 at Philly’s modern rock, 103.9 WDRE. Alternative music was just beginning to take hold and Russell hosted the new music show and local music show. She was also the station’s music director. In 1998 she hosted mornings with co- hosts Preston Elliot and Steve Morrison at Y100. Russell then joined Greater Media in 2003 where she worked at both WMGK and the Ben FM morning show. In 2004 she began writing “Woman of the Week,” a blog celebrating extraordinary achievements by local and national women which later became a radio show on Ben FM. The show has helped various non-profits publicize events, programs and fund-raisers of all kinds.
Watch the premiere of this episode of Bouncing Back on TUTV this Monday October 15 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication has announced a $1.5 million gift from Kal and Lucille Rudman, the latest in a series of transformative gifts from the philanthropists to support the growth of student opportunities at TUTV.
“Few people have had as significant an effect on our college as Kal and Lucille Rudman, whose support has enabled hundreds of students to have access to life-changing and career-making opportunities. Their ongoing commitment to helping educate the next generation of media professionals is truly remarkable,” said Klein College Dean David Boardman.
The gift, made in the form of a five-year pledge, will support future projects at the station, including student coverage of the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, a full slate of student-produced news, sports and entertainment programming, as well as the opportunity to expand to new, state-of-the-art facilities.
“Through their extraordinary generosity and their deep belief in our mission, Kal and Lucille Rudman have opened an amazing world of possibilities to our talented students. We could not be more appreciative,” said TUTV General Manager Paul Gluck.
The Rudmans previously gave $2.2 million to support TUTV, including an initial $1.2 million gift to establish the Kal and Lucille Rudman Media Production Center and to launch TUTV in 2009. Their subsequent gifts to the station have helped to fund some of the college’s most ambitious and successful student projects, including live coverage of the 2012 Olympics in London and the visit of Pope Francis and the Democratic National Convention, both held in Philadelphia in 2016.
They recently made an $80,000 gift to the university’s College of Public Health, to establish the Kal and Lucille Rudman Nursing Practice Scholarship Fund. The college will administer eight $10,000 scholarships to support exceptional graduate students who are enrolled in the college’s doctor of nursing program and who have demonstrated a commitment to becoming an advanced practice nurse.
“Lucille and I believe that it’s important to support the next generation of media professionals. We looked at the exciting work being done in the TUTV studios at Temple’s Klein College and we knew we wanted to continue to help those extraordinary students as they begin their journey to success,” Rudman said.
New facilities to support TUTV at the Kal and Lucille Rudman Media Center will include an exhibition celebrating Kal’s contributions to the broadcast world. Before becoming a full-time philanthropist, Rudman was known for his work as a Top 40 disc jockey and for being the first rhythm and blues editor and columnist at Billboard Magazine. In 1968, he founded FridayMorning Quarterback, an influential music trade magazine. His ability to predict top hits earned him the nickname, “The Man with the Golden Ears,” which led him to multiple appearances on “The Merv Griffin Show,” “The Today Show” and “The Tomorrow Show” with Tom Snyder. Many will also recognize him as a color announcer for what was then known as the World Wrestling Foundation. Rudman was also honored in 2017 as the first recipient of the Klein College Tribute Award.
The gift will be celebrated at an invitation-only event at TUTV studios later this month.
TUTV will air the 2018 Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards live on Friday, October 5 at noon and 8 p.m. Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, Charles Barkley has followed up his Hall of Fame basketball career with an Emmy-winning television career and has evolved to become a household name and pop culture icon. Barkley will receive the Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award at the ceremony.
This event was sponsored by TUTV and the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation. The Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards and the Rising Star Award were established through the generosity of the H.F. (Gerry) and Marguerite Lenfest and Walter and Leonore Annenberg through the Annenberg Foundation. These awards, named in honor of Klein College namesake, respected Temple University adjunct professor and legendary broadcast executive Lew Klein, celebrate outstanding members of the media whose achievements bring honor to their professions. Funds raised by the event directly benefit student travel, internships and research. Learn more about the Lew Klein Awards.
Tune in to Comcast 50/Verizon 45 in Philadelphia city limits or online everywhere.
Omarosa Manigault Newman visited Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication for a book signing and Q&A session on Thursday, September 27. The former assistant to President Trump sat down with Professor Bryan Monroe for two hours and discussed her newly released book Unhinged, which came out in August, and her time in the Trump administration. She also answered questions from the audience.
Watch the whole discussion on TUTV (Comcast 50, Verizon 45, or online) this Thursday, October 4 at 1 and 9 p.m.
The season premiere of A Broader View focuses on the state of race and gender in sports through the lens of the controversies surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s new Nike ad and Serena Williams’ match against Naomi Osaka.
Host Dan Bartels takes on the new Nike ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, which premiered at the NFL season opener. Joining Dan is Dr. Joseph Mahan, a Temple Sports Management Professor whose focus is on sports consumer psychology, and Chris Murray, a sportswriter, podcaster and host of the Chris Murray Report on WURD Radio (900-AM and 96.1 FM) in Philadelphia.
Haley Proctor discusses and analyzes the conversation surrounding Serena Williams’ loss at the US Open. Williams, who faces discrimination as an athlete based on both her race and gender, was accused of cheating by the umpire during her match against Naomi Osaka and ultimately lost the game. Proctor is joined by Tina Sloan Green, Emeritus Temple Professor, former Womens Lacrosse Coach, and founder of the Black Women in Sports Foundation, and David A. Love, a Philadelphia-based journalist, to discuss the reactions to Williams, the umpire, and their conduct.
Watch the premiere on TUTV this Monday, October 1 at noon and 8 p.m.
It’s the first live show of Temple Update of the semester! Tune in below:
Bill Cosby is back in court for sentencing, and Temple’ Updates Cassie Semyon was there reporting from the courtroom. Former president Obama was in town campaigning for PA Democrats, with John Dowding covering his massive event. Bri Hofsass is live outside of Conwell hall, bringing you the latest on Temple’s new partnership with the 76ers. Kaya Jones reports from Temple Rome on its new program for freshmen, and Toni Thomas reports live with your weather update and five day forecast for this week.
LTC Keith W. Benedict, Professor of Military Science and a part of the ROTC department at Temple University, brings a recipe for chicken and biscuits to the of Baker Dave Presents… this Thursday. LTC Benedict served 15 years active duty in the military and often makes this hearty meal in the winter with the help of his four children. Benedict discusses his time as both student and teacher at West Point academy and how the Army ROTC at Temple won first place at last year’s Ranger Challenge.
Watch the premiere of this episode of TUTV’s cooking show on Thursday, September 20 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Host Sherri Hope Culver discusses the media’s role in early multilingual childhood education with two guests. Tune in to TUTV on Monday, September 17 at 12 and 8 p.m.
Host Lisa Bien talks to two trans guests who share their stories on an all new episode of Bouncing Back. Drea Richard, owner and operator of the Andre Richard Salon in Philadelphia with more than 20 years in the beauty industry, transitioned over two years ago and is now helping others by sharing her story. Hazel Edwards is an artist, community advocate and educator working towards trans liberation as an outreach specialist. Both discuss how they knew they were trans, how external and internalized transphobia made them afraid to transition initially, and how their approaches to transitioning differ.
Tune in to TUTV to hear these stories and learn more about the issues facing the trans community this Monday, September 17 at 12:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Inside the Nest and OwlSports Update are back!
Inside the Nest is an hour-long program airing weekly every Tuesday at noon and 8 p.m. as a special presentation of OwlSports Update to give you in depth reporting on everything Temple Football. The hosts give a recap of the latest Temple Football game before switching over to a live feed of Head Coach Geoff Collins’ weekly conference, followed by a comprehensive break-down of news and comments revealed at the conference.
OwlSports Update tackles ALL Temple sports for a half an hour every Thursday at noon and 8 p.m.
Both air LIVE on TUTV and are available to watch on Comcast 50 and Verizon 45 within Philadelphia city limits or online everywhere.