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.
Tune in for a special edition of Temple People
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.