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New “A Broader View” examines impact of COVID-19

A Broader View: Episode 30

A Broader View: Episode 30

Tune in to a new episode of A Broader View this week to take a closer look at how the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to affect our everyday lives.

Hear about the many ways people have reinvented their businesses during the pandemic. Braydon Kline covers how to spot and report fake COVID-19 vaccination cards. Gain an understanding of the new COVID-19 vaccine mandates with host Christine Jean-Baptiste, who sits down with actress and Adjunct Professor at Temple, Madeline Garcia to talk about the impact of the mandates on small businesses.

Tune in Tuesday, October 5 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. for the premiere of this episode.

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TUTV wins 4 out of 6 awards at the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Emmy©s

Emmy Award

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) held the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Emmy© Awards this past Saturday, and Temple students once again received more awards in the College section than any other university, with a total of four awards out of the six offered. Student Brooklyn Vaughn won in the Talent category for a second year in a row! See a full list of the winners here. Watch the winning TUTV programs below:

newscast

Temple Update: November 12, 2020
Madison Seitchik, Supervising Producer
Camryn Duncan, Producer
Niccolas Uff, Producer
Brian Matheis, Director
Jarred Cruz, Anchor
Lianna Golden, Anchor
Victoria Lucas, Reporter
Peter Jaroff, Executive Producer

news report

Lanternflies Land on Temple’s Campus Once Again
Lianna Golden, Reporter

SPORTS STORY OR SEGMENT

Bowens — The Long Journey
Emilie Cochrane, Reporter, Writer, Editor
Brielle Berry, Editor

TALENT

Brooklyn Vaughan

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Interested in getting involved with TUTV?

Klein Fest 2021

Klein Fest 2021

Then don’t miss Klein Fest this year! TUTV will have several tables at this year’s annual Klein College student media organization fair with students, staff, and faculty available to answer all your questions and give you information on how to work on a TUTV program this semester. This event is open to ALL Temple students interested in media and communications, not just Klein students.

To attend, RSVP to attend either of two sessions: one in person from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Annenberg Hall Atrium, and one virtual from 7 to 8 p.m.

Register HERE.

Many of our programs will be represented at this event, including Temple Update, OwlSports Update, Temple Tonight, Queer Temple, La Charla, The Vibe, The World at Temple, and much, much more!

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TUTV nominated for “Best Newscast” award by CBI

TUTV’s Temple Update was nominated for the “Best Newscast” award in the National Student Production category from College Broadcasters, Inc (CBI), a member-driven organization serving students and advisers of college and high school electronic media outlets. The award ceremony will occur in Orlando, FL on October 27-31, 2021.

Watch the nominated program below:

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Inside the Nest is back on TUTV this Tuesday!

Inside the Nest 2021

Who’s ready for college football? TUTV has everything you need to know this football season with weekly editions of Inside the Nest. Starting August 31, hosts Ray Dunne and Jackson Neill will be reporting on from our TV studios every Tuesday at noon and 8 p.m. 

Inside the Nest is a special presentation of OwlSports Update broadcast to give you in-depth reporting on everything Temple Football during the season. The hosts give a recap of the latest Temple Football game before switching over to a live feed of the Head Coach Rod Carey’s weekly conference, followed by a comprehensive break-down of news and comments revealed at the conference.

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TUTV’s “Temple Athletics” makes its return this weekend

Tune in this Saturday for the return of Temple AthleticsTemple Athletics takes a closer look at the many different sports played by Temple students through interviews with coaches and student-athletes, who provide their perspective. Student athletes are back at Temple this semester, so don’t miss a single edition! Tune in every Saturday at noon and 8 p.m. starting September 4 for new episodes.

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The Vibe season premiere is here!

The Vibe: JM Haze

The Vibe: JM Haze

Welcome to a new season of The Vibe and get to know your brand new hosts, Alyssa Threadgill, a Journalism major, and Kamren Washington-Richards, a Communications Studies major.

The hosts begin with a new segment titled “This or That,” which has a musical artist or guest picking between two options so viewers can learn more about their preferences and interests. This inaugural edition features special guest JM Haze, a Temple alum and recording artist signed to Bell Tower Records out of Klein College, who is later interviewed by both hosts in addition to performing his song “God Body” live.

Don’t miss and much more in the season premiere on Wednesday, August 25 at 1 and 9 p.m. only on TUTV.

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Welcome back, Owls!

Welcome back to school!

Welcome back to school!

What is TUTV?

Temple University Television (TUTV) is Temple’s digital television station, committed to serving as a showcase for Temple students, faculty and alumni. That means we air content produced by the Temple community, and that includes you! Have you always been interested in becoming involved in media production, performance or screenwriting? Would you like to appear on TV someday? TUTV is here to help you achieve these goals. Even though Temple remains mostly virtual this semester, there are still ways to get involved with TUTV this semester.

How can you get involved?

You can submit your original work to TUTV, or take a class that produces programming with other students and teachers, such as Temple Update and A Broader View, or you can volunteer to work on the production teams of our regularly scheduled TV shows, such as Temple Talk or OwlSports Update.  Take a look at our list of shows and see if anything interests you. Not all shows are being produced this semester, so if you have any questions at all, just shoot us an email using our contact form.

Where to watch:

Of course, the best way to learn more about TUTV is to watch our 24/7 programming! If you have cable in your living quarters, tune in to Comcast channel 50 or Verizon channel 45, depending on your cable provider. If you don’t have cable, you can watch online.

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Meet us at TempleFest!

TEMPLEFEST

TEMPLEFEST

TUTV students and staff will be at this year’s TempleFest on Thursday, August 26 between 2 and 6 p.m. Stop by our tables on Liacouras Walk and hear from the students behind some of our most notable TV shows including Temple UpdateTemple TonightQueer TempleFeel Good CookingOwlSports Update, and more! TUTV staff and faculty will also make appearances.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get involved with TUTV and launch your media career!

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Get involved with TUTV at The Beat!

Meet the students behind TUTV shows like Temple Update, Temple Tonight, Queer Temple, Feel Good Cooking, OwlSports Update, and many more at Klein College’s annual student media recruitment event this Thursday.

The Beat will feature students and staff from Klein College’s student media groups who are ready to answer your questions about getting involved. Talk to TUTV staff including General Manager Paul Gluck about jumpstarting your media career at Temple.

Don’t miss it! The Beat will take place on Thursday, August 19 at 2 p.m. in Annenberg Hall’s Atrium on Temple’s Main Campus.

Can’t come? Then stop by our table on Liacouras Walk on Friday, August 20 during Welcome Week and at Temple Fest on Thursday, August 26.

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TUTV receives 12 nominations from the Mid-Atlantic Emmy© chapter

The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) released the nominations for the 2021 Mid-Atlantic Emmy© Awards, and Temple students once again received more nominations in the College section than any other university, with a total of 12 finalists in 5 categories. TUTV original shows Temple Update, OwlSports Update, and Temple Pilots were included in the list of nominations. Student Brooklyn Vaughn was nominated for a second year in a row in the Talent category. See a full list of the nominees here. Watch the nominated TUTV programs below:

newscast

OwlSports Update: March 25, 2021
Will Meade, Producer
Camryn DeCosta, Producer
Dom Gillaspy, Anchor/Reporter
Jackson Neill, Anchor/Reporter
Emilie Cochrane, Reporter
Tom Kinka, Director
Erin Steffe, Faculty Advisor
Adam Crognale, Reporter
Blake Barstar, Graphics Coordinator

Temple Update: March 4, 2021
Niccolas Uff, Supervising Producer
Camryn Duncan, Producer
Mydia Alonso, Producer
Jake Zebley, Director
Lianna Golden, Anchor
Kaamil Jones, Anchor
Peter Jaroff, Executive Producer/Faculty Supervisor
Christopher Berger, Graphics Producer
Jonathan Burke, Editing Manager

The Temp
Neil Ortiz, Executive Producer, Faculty Advisor
Mydia Alonso, Executive Producer, Anchor, Multimedia Reporter, Editor
Tyra Brown, Executive Producer, Anchor, Multimedia Reporter, Editor
Kaitlyn Kowaski, Anchor, Multimedia Reporter
Kyla Jackson, Reporter
Kyra Sobel, Reporter
Jacqueline Greene, Reporter
Tink Bradley, Reporter
Emmanuella Pierre, Reporter
Dyandra Harrison, Reporter
Francesca Viola, Executive Producer, Faculty Advisor

Temple Update: November 12, 2020
Madison Seitchik, Supervising Producer
Camryn Duncan, Producer
Niccolas Uff, Producer
Brian Matheis, Director
Jarred Cruz, Anchor
Lianna Golden, Anchor
Victoria Lucas, Reporter
Peter Jaroff, Executive Producer

news report

Liacouras “Vaxathon” Event Runs For 24-Hours Straight
Lianna Golden, Reporter

Lanternflies Land on Temple’s Campus Once Again
Lianna Golden, Reporter

The Rise Of Minority Gun Ownership In Philadelphia
Mydia Alonso, Executive Producer, Anchor, Multimedia Reporter, Editor
Kyla Jackson, Producer, Contributing Reporter
Neil Ortiz, Executive Producer, Faculty Advisor
Francesca Viola, Executive Producer, Faculty Advisor

longform

Temple Pilots: Upstaged
Steven Aronow, Executive Producer
Claire Sackman, Producer/Asst. Director
Ross Aronow, Producer/Script Supervisor
Abrham Bogale, Producer/Director
Kameryn Moore, Producer/Production Coordinator
Anthony Inzalaco, Producer/Production Coordinator
Hannah Jablonski, Producer
James Sissons, Producer
Paul Gluck, Faculty Advisor
Edward Dress, Faculty Advisor

SPORTS STORY OR SEGMENT

COVID’s Silver Lining
Lindsey Moppert, Reporter, Writer, Editor

Bowens — The Long Journey
Emilie Cochrane, Reporter, Writer, Editor
Brielle Berry, Editor

Remembering A Legend – John Chaney
Matt Fine, Faculty Advisor
Brooklyn Vaughan, Host
Adam Crognale, Host
Will Meade, Producer
Hailey Palmer, Producer
Ben Zimmerman, Graphics Coordinator
Erin Steffe, Faculty Advisor

TALENT

Brooklyn Vaughan

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“Floor is Lava” creator appears on Temple Flashback

Megan McGrath

Megan McGrath

Host Lindsey Moppert sits down with Temple alumna, producer, and co-creator of Floor is Lava, Megan McGrath, on a new episode of Temple Flashback.

Together they discuss McGrath’s inspiration for the highly-rated Netflix series, which is said to bring out “everyone’s inner 8-year-old”. McGrath shares her favorite aspects of being in the entertainment industry and her career journey to become a show producer. She also describes her experience on Broad Street and how it served her later in life while building her career. It was at Temple that she first discovered her ability to be a creative outside the traditional art realm. 

Watch the premiere this Wednesday, August 11 at 1 and 9 p.m.

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Interested in writing for a sketch comedy show?

Temple SMASH is now accepting new writer applications

Temple SMASH is now accepting new writer applications

Are you interested in writing for a sketch comedy show? Do you want to get involved with a TUTV production? Then this is the opportunity for you!

TUTV’s long-running sketch comedy program, Temple SMASH, is now accepting new writer applications for the Fall and Spring semester. If you’re interested, send an ANONYMOUS writer submission packet to smashwriters@gmail.com by Saturday, August 21st, 11:59pm EST.

No late submissions will be considered.

Submission packets should be a combined PDF file consisting of:

  • One Live Sketch Script
  • One Digital Sketch Script
  • One Additional Sketch Script (Live or Digital)
  • Five sketch pitches (1-2 sentences) that you are interested in working on. These can be live or digital! For example: “A surgeon discovers their fear of blood during their first surgery.”

Don’t know how to write a sketch? SMASH head writers Renata and Abby can answer any of your questions through smashwriters@gmail.com or DM the SMASH Instagram.

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Tune in for a special edition of Temple People

Temple People: Sarah Powell

Temple People: Sarah Powell

In a special edition of Temple People, hear from the extraordinary emergency management professional who is charged with keeping the Temple University community safe.

Temple University Director of Emergency Management Sarah J. Powell sits down with host Alexis Beckett to discuss her role at Temple and the field of emergency management more broadly. Powell is charged with solving problems that require thinking into the future and imagining how best to avoid situations or handle them when they crop up. In light of the pandemic, Sarah’s position has only increased in importance. What does emergency management mean in a time of a global health crisis?

Tune in to find out this Wednesday, August 4 at 1 and 9 p.m. only on TUTV.

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New show “Journalism Now and Then” premieres Wed

Journalism Then and Now

Journalism Then and Now

Tune in this week to watch the debut of our new show, Journalism Now and Then, which aims to provide perspectives on the field of journalism through a historical lens. Klein College Master of Journalism student Paige Murray invites guests to discuss chapters in journalism’s past in order to highlight what reporting the news means now.

This episode takes a look at the legacy of seminal broadcast journalist, Edward R. Murrow. Featuring archival footage, host Paige Murray speaks on Murrow’s impact on the course of broadcast journalism with guest Aaron Quanbeck, broadcast journalist and Professor of Journalism at Minnesota State University. Through this lens, they provide an analysis of the current state of the broadcasting in general. Later, she speaks with Magda Konieczna, author and Professor of Journalism at Klein College, Temple University, about the decline of print media and the solutions provided by nonprofit journalism.

Watch the premiere on Wednesday, July 21 at 1 and 9 p.m.

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