Happy Fall Break to Temple students and a Happy Thanksgiving to all from TUTV!
Coach Geoff Collins appears on a new episode Baker Dave’s show to make his own recipe for keto key lime cheesecake. Collins went on the keto diet recently at the recommendation of his doctor and came to the set to share his healthier twist on a classic cheesecake, which substitutes a graham cracker crust with almond flour. Baker Dave and Coach Collins also discuss his peripatetic lifestyle as an athletics administrator, having moved 14 times in the past 23 years, and more.
Tune in to TUTV and learn more about Temple’s Football Head Coach this Thursday, November 15 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 and online. Plus, don’t miss Baker Dave’s appearance on Food Network‘s #ChristmasCookieChallenge, Monday November 19 at 10 p.m.!
TUTV gives you the latest around campus with three live shows every Thursday this semester. Tune in first for Temple Update at 10 a.m., which focuses on news and events on campus, in the Philadelphia community and beyond. Next up, OwlSports Update airs live at noon with everything you need to know about Temple University’s intercollegiate athletic programs. Then, it’s Lo Último at 3 p.m. with all the latest for Spanish language viewers. Watch all three and more every week on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.
In an all new episode of her media literacy show, host Sherri Hope Culver discusses celebrity culture and politics with Public Relations Professor LiRon Anderson Bell. Tune in to TUTV on Monday, November 12 at noon and 8 p.m.
After the polls close tonight, turn to TUTV for your election news. Temple Update will begin providing live updates on the results of the 2018 Midterm Election starting at 8 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online. Anchors Jon Dowding and Cassie Semyon will be at the desk providing the results of today’s voting with Rafael Logrono serving as the Spanish language anchor.
Old Friends in a New Home: The NBC10 Story gives background to NBC10’s move from their old studios in Bala Cynwyd to a new landmark facility located in the Comcast Technology Center.
The documentary, produced by TUTV, takes a stroll down memory lane all the way to the beginnings of NBC10 in 1948 as WCAU TV-10 in the PSFS building in Center City and their eventual move to City Ave in Bala Cynwyd where they have been for 50 years. Using archival footage and photos provided by Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia and Temple’s Special Collections Research Center, you’ll see photos of the studios through the years and clips from notable programming, accompanied by present day interviews with Jerry Blavat, Pete Kane and more.
We offer special thanks to NBC10, Telemundo 62, Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, and Temple’s Special Collections Research Center. We also thank the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation, whose support made this program possible.
Watch the premiere of this special program on Thursday, November 8 at 1 and 9 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45, and online.
TUTV student programming took home 11 College Broadcast Inc. awards including best newscast and best documentary at the 2018 National Student Production Awards announced at the National Student Electronic Media Convention on Saturday, October 26. TUTV won in several categories from almost a thousand submissions this year. See the full list below:
Encore: Music Education for Social Change
OwlSports Update: #OwlAccessPass, April 3, 2018
Temple Update: Topical Promo for March 22, 2018 Show
TUTV is airing a Scary Movie Marathon this Wednesday all day long this Halloween from our Nick the Beat series. Nick the Beat is a limited run of classic horror and thriller films with an introduction by Temple Theater student Alex Monsell as “Nick the Beat,” a hip ghost from the 60s haunting Annenberg Hall.
Tune in to Comcast 50 or Verizon 45 within Philadelphia city limits or online everywhere this Halloween for our day-long fright fest.
TUTV’s first all-female talk show, We Need To Talk showcases diverse perspectives on topics such as current events, entertainment news, lifestyle topics, the latest trends in beauty and fashion, dating, mental health and more. The program aspires to be a fun, upbeat show providing a platform for young women to discuss issues that affect them.
In the pilot episode, hosts Tanjeen Twinkle, Jenna Song, Imzadi Davis, and Kyra Miller introduce themselves before discussing Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande’s quick engagement, myths about birth control, and secrets they’ve kept from their parents.
Watch it on TUTV Monday, October 29 at noon and 8 p.m. online or on channels Comcast 50/Verizon 45 within Philadelphia.
Settle in for a spooky Temple Talk on Tuesday! This special Halloween episode includes a performance by Temple singer-songwriter Ryan Leahan, who makes all of his music from his dorm room in Philadelphia. The Coatesville native released his album Rocketeer this year, which features soulful ballads and rap verses alike. Ryan is also a member in the group Requiem Inc, where he does vocals and production.
Temple Talk hosts also talk to Luis Marrero, who started a poetry collective and open mic event called Voices in Power in 2011, which has gone on to become Philadelphia’s most successful open mic.
Watch the premiere on TUTV this Tuesday, October 30 at 1 and 9 p.m.
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.