Media Inside Out is live on TUTV this Monday

Media Inside Out with Sherri Hope Culver

An all-new live edition of Media Inside Out will premiere on TUTV this Monday with host Sherri Hope Culver. Media Inside Out is a media literacy television talk show that explores the media we love to watch, listen to, read and play with an analytical and critical approach. The series is produced and hosted by Sherri Hope Culver, director of the Center for Media and Information Literacy at Temple University.

Tune in to TUTV on Monday, April 12 at noon and 8 p.m. to watch the premiere of the latest episode.

Lo Último premieres first episode of 2021 on Monday

Lo Ultimo

Produced in conjunction with Temple UpdateLo Último is an all-Spanish language, student-produced news program on TUTV, covering topics ranging from global to local. Tune in to TUTV this Monday, April 12 at 1 and 9 p.m. to catch the latest edition.

Meet The World at Temple’s new co-hosts!

The World at Temple returns for the first episode of 2021 this Tuesday with two new co-hosts, Suman Ann and Jesse Dimich-Louvet!

In this episode, hear from guests Tanjeen Twinkle and Tasnim Hasan, two Temple alums from Bangladesh who have started a podcast together. Uniquely Me focuses on the South Asian community and makes an effort to tackle topics not normally discussed openly in their culture, including dating, colorism, and mental health issues.

Next, explore Temple’s Rome campus! Temple Rome’s Orientation, Student Activities, and Social Media Director Gianni Marangio takes viewers on a tour of the city and provides a preview of what Temple students can experience while studying there.

Watch this and more on the premiere airing this Tuesday, April 6 at 2 and 10 p.m. on TUTV.

Temple SMASH premieres new episode Saturday, April 10

Temple University’s very own student-run sketch comedy show is back with a new half-hour episode on TUTV!

In this edition, see the new hit game show: is it your high school English teacher, or some other lonely white woman? Later, Presidential candidates try to appeal to a new demographic, and a famous Mozart opera is updated for modern times…kind of.

Watch these sketches and more. Tune in on Saturday, April 10 at 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 11 at 1 and 9 a.m. to watch the premiere.

New High Flying Owls highlights how to overcome setbacks in business

High Flying Owls: Switch Stream

Tune in for a new edition of High Flying Owls hosted by Dwight Carey, an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at Temple, who brings to light alumni who have started their own companies.

The theme of this episode is “From Startup to Surprise to Startup: How to Overcome Challenges.” Three Temple alumni are brought on to share their journeys as entrepreneurs who overcame hurdles and setbacks with their initial startups. The guests, sisters Sarah and Rachel Stanton and their friend Tyler Berezowsky, eventually founded Switch Stream together, an assistive technology company making wearable devices for persons with physical impairments. They each discuss their early failures and the lessons they took that led them to success with their current venture.

Watch the premiere on Wednesday, April 8 at 1 and 9 p.m. on TUTV.

New We Need to Talk looks at nutrition and health

We Need to Talk: Episode 10

Tune in this week for a new episode of TUTV’s all-female talk show, We Need to Talk. Hosts Bibi Bosselange, Alesia Bani, Suman Ann, and Lianna Golden return for a special episode looking at health, nutrition, diet culture, body image, and how social media influencers affect how women approach those topics.

Joining them to discuss these topics is influencer and current Clinical Nutrition student Marlee Dannenbaum, whose Instagram,, is devoted to shedding light on these topics through her own struggles.

Watch the premiere this Monday, March 22 at 1:30 and 9:30 on TUTV.

New Community Forum premieres Tuesday

Covid-19 Impact on Small Businesses

In a new episode of TUTV Community Forum, host Mydia Alonso takes a closer look at the impact COVID-19 has had on small businesses in the Philadelphia area. She is joined by the Director of the Small Business Development Center at the Fox School of Business, Maura Shenker. The Center’s mission is to help people in the community start businesses and provide aid as they grow, including one-on-one consulting, feasibility studies, and management strategies.

COVID-19 has been devastating to the small businesses in the community and elsewhere, and Maura and Mydia together examine what can be done to alleviate the burden that has been placed on them during the pandemic.

Watch the premiere on Tuesday, March 23 at 2 and 10 p.m.

Congrats to our IBS Awards winners!

TUTV student-produced programming won two awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System at this year’s IBS Awards!

TUTV’s student-produced entertainment talk show Temple Talk won “Best Variety Program”. Additionally, one of our station promos won “Best TV Station On-Air Promo”. “Don’t You Forget About TUTV” was produced by a student team from Klein College course “Advertising 3008: Television Promotion: On-Air, Online, On Social” and paid homage to Breakfast Club while promoting TUTV. Watch it below.

See a full list of the IBS Awards winners here.

New “Brand Mattters” premieres Monday

Brand Matters: March 15, 2021

Host Steve McLean joins John Duffin, owner of Duffin Media, to discuss the topic of authenticity in marketing. These days, younger consumers are more inclined to engage with brands that align with their values, which has altered the approach many companies’ marketing strategies. During this program, Steve and John take a look at examples where campaigns failed or succeeded in cultivating an authentic audience connection.

Watch the premiere on TUTV this Monday, March 15 at 1 and 9 p.m.

WATCH: New North Philly Now airs Tuesday

North Philly Now

Host Deja Parker returns for another edition of her program North Philly Now. In this episode, hear from Temple graduate researchers Nicole Henninger and Michelle Chiu, who give insights into how technology has shaped our experiences during the pandemic. Later, retired educator Carol Parkinson-Hall joins to discuss issues facing minority communities regarding education. Lastly, we hear from the owner of Custom Arts Studios, Keisha Whatley, who shares her experience being a business owner during COVID.

Tune in to TUTV to watch the premiere on Tuesday, March 9 at 2 and 10 p.m.

A New “A Broader View” premieres Tuesday

A Broader View: Episode 28

A new episode of A Broader View examines what we could realistically do as a nation to unify after the Capitol siege.

Professor Karen Turner is joined by Dr. Tiffenia Archie, Dr. Leslie Wilson, and Reverend Damaris Walker to discuss the current political climate in the United States, and in particular the breaching of the Capital Building on January 6th, the social justice protests throughout the past year, and how can we hold people accountable while working to achieve national healing and unity.

Dr. Archie serves as the Assistant Vice President of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL) at Temple University; Dr. Leslie Willson is the Associate Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Montclair State University; and Reverend Damaris Walker is the Pastor of Miller Memorial Baptist Church in North Philadelphia.

Tune in to TUTV to watch the premiere on Tuesday, March 9 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Look back on the 1918 flu from the year 2020

A 2020 Perspective on the 1918 Flu

Tune in to TUTV to take a look back on the 1918 flu in 2020. Professor Hilary Iris Lowe, Abigail Gruber, and Charlie Hersh will discuss their research and work on the history of the 1918 flu in Philadelphia. This work came out of a class Professor Lowe held in fall 2017, but is especially relevant today.

Watch this Zoom lecture presented by Temple Libraries on TUTV this Wednesday, March 10 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Charlie Hersh received both their MA in Public History and BA in Religion from Temple University. Their master’s thesis was titled “Sourcing Liberty: Using Artifacts to Teach about Religious Freedom.” Hersh has worked in a variety of Philadelphia’s museums including the National Museum of American Jewish History, the African American Museum in Philadelphia, and Carpenters’ Hall.

Abby Gruber is currently in the History PhD program at Temple University, where she focuses in Early America, Gender, the Atlantic World, and Public History. She received both her MA in History and BSEd in Secondary Social Studies Education from Millersville University near Lancaster, PA. During her time at Temple, Gruber served as the Allen Davis Fellow in Public History. Her fellowship allowed her to work on various projects, including the 1918 Spanish Flu project and the “Inequality in Bronze” Dinah Memorial Project at Stenton.

Hilary Iris Lowe is an associate professor in the History Department and has been at Temple since 2012. She teaches courses in U.S. cultural history, public history, and American studies. As public historian and teacher, she endeavors to engage students with the research projects to which she contributes.

The Temp returns to TUTV Tuesday

The Temp: Episode 3

Watch the premiere of a new season of The Temp, a student-produced news program which focuses on social, lifestyle, and political issues and strives to set itself apart from traditional news shows.

Anchors Nicolle Majette and Susan Thomas delve into e-sports, the vaccine rollout, the worst moments in 2020, and more.

Tune in to TUTV Tuesday, March 2 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. to watch the premiere of this program.

Watch new LIVE Media Inside Out on Monday

Media Inside Out: Teens Online

Tune in to TUTV for a live edition of our media literacy program. In the latest episode of Media Inside Out, host Sherri Hope Culver tackles the topic of teens online from the perspective of the teens themselves, who join the show as guests to discuss online privacy, digital footprints, oversharing, and much more.

Watch it live at noon on Monday, March 1 and again at 8 p.m. that same day.

Watch a new “Race in the Race” for the 2020 election

Race in the Race 2020

Dr. Molefi Kete Asante leads the discussion during this installment of Race in the Race, concerning on politics during the pandemic and issues of race in the upcoming Presidential, national, state, and local elections. For 13 years running, the Libraries and the Faculty Senate Committee on the Status of Faculty of Color have co-hosted this engaging series of panels on timely topics, featuring faculty from across the university.

Watch it on TUTV this Wednesday, February 24 at 1 and 9 p.m.