Watch the latest “The World at Temple” on TUTV Tuesday

Host Luv'En-Ya Rowland interviews SEAL Presidents Nana Kwasi Nyantakya and Gbemisola Ogunyemi

A new, jam-packed episode of The World at Temple premieres on TUTV this week. Host Luv’En-Ya Rowland interviews Qiyue “Q” Sun, writer and director of the series Big Trouble in Little America, a quirky dark comedy featuring four Asian students. Hailing from China, Q worked with film producer Valerie Bailey, a senior in the FMA program, who joins Q to discuss the making of the dissertation project.

Later, Ana Cristina Linares shows the audience how to make Venezuelan arepas in a new segment of Cooking with Cameron, and the co-presidents of the Society of Emerging African Leaders (SEAL) come to the set. Nana Kwasi Nyantakya and Gbemisola Ogunyemi discuss the mission and activities of their group and the differences in their respective experiences growing up in an African country and as a first generation immigrant in the United States.

See this and more on TUTV this Tuesday, April 23 at 2 and 10 p.m.

Temple Talk season finale premieres Tuesday

Hosts of Temple Talk's Season 6

Tune in to the Season 6 finale of Temple Talk to say goodbye to graduating hosts on the last episode until Fall semester.

Morgan Kolakowski, Katie Gigler, and Toree Weaver are all graduating this Spring and moving on to greener pastures, so don’t miss their last episode!

Also, hear the hosts’ thoughts on Lori Loughlin’s not guilty plea and Camila Cabello’s acting debut in the Cinderella remake and watch a live performance by Perpetuals, a Philly-based alternative rock band.

Don’t miss it! Tune in to TUTV this Tuesday, April 23 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Cast of Temple Talk's Season 6

Tune in Thursday for an hour of Spanish language programming

La Charla host and panelists

TUTV presents a solid hour of Spanish language programming this Thursday, April 18 beginning at 1 and 9 p.m. with talk show La Charla and ending with Lo Último at 1:30 and 9:30 p.m.

On the season finale of La Charla, host Rafael Logroño is joined by panelists Bibiana Correa, Luisa Suarez, and Melvin Saravia to discuss the recent college application cheating scandal involving, among others, Felicity Hoffman and Lori Loughlin; a recent study listing what millennials find most stressful (including slow wifi and losing your phone); and what the panelists see as their own biggest stressors (school and the economy). They also respond to letters asking for relationship advice from Elle magazine, and end the show with a contest.

Lo Ultimo, the Spanish-language arm of weekly news program Temple Update, airs their last broadcast of the semester, featuring Monica Logroño reporting from London on Brexit protests and more.

To watch TUTV, tune in to Comcast 50 or Verizon 45 within city limits or online everywhere.

Calling all Temple dog owners! TUTV is hosting a dog show


Are you a Temple student who owns a pet dog? Would you like to show off your pup on TV? Would you enjoy a day packed with sweet summer treats and amazing prizes? Then submit your dog to participate in the first ever Temple University dog show!

“Woofstock” will take place on Thursday, April 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Bell Tower and later air on TUTV. Please reach out to Thatcher Williams at as soon as possible if you want to include your dog in the event.

TUTV students win big at BEA Media Festival!

BEA 2019 winners Logan Moritz and Asad Bokhari

TUTV students attended the 2019 BEA Festival in Las Vegas this week, where they were presented with four awards in three categories. The Broadcast Education Association (BEA) is an international academic media organization, driving insights, excellence in media production, and career advancement for educators, students, and professionals. The BEA Festival of Media Arts is an international refereed exhibition of faculty creative activities and a national showcase for student work. The Festival provides a venue for exhibition of winning submissions, including recognition of project authors, through showcase and awards sessions held during BEA’s annual convention in Las Vegas.

Television Newscast (3 days per week or less) Category

1st Place: Asad Bokhari, Cassie Semyon and Logan Moritz
Temple Update December 6, 2018

Television Sports Story/Feature Category

3rd Place: Sarah Metts, Temple University
Finding A Home: Temple TUFF

Television Sports Talent (Anchor/Host) Category

Award of Excellence: Alexa Ross
Award of Excellence: Matt Bevenour

Hour-long special of Bouncing Back premieres Monday

Bouncing Back: Reunion Special

For a one-hour special edition of Bouncing Back, host Lisa Bien invites three former Temple students who had appeared on previous episodes of Bouncing Back to return to the set to describe how their stories have evolved after facing their struggles head on and reclaiming their lives.

Anna Tate (who appeared on the first ever episode of Bouncing Back), Sarah Zigler, and Tracy Yatso update viewers on how their lives have progressed and how they’ve continued to thrive despite previous and continuing difficulties. Anna survived an eating disorder, while Sarah struggled with bipolar disorder and the stigma attached to it, and Tracy suffered the after effects of a concussion for 8 years only to go back to school and encounter further challenges. All three not only bounced back from their struggles but they have gone on to lead successful lives, using their experiences to help others and continue to grow.

Don’t miss this very special episode of Bouncing Back. Tune in to TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45 or online) this Monday, April 8 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. to hear the stories of these courageous women.

ill Fated Natives’ Palmtree b appears on TUTV Wednesday

Philly Famous Podcast: Bets "Palmtree b" Charmelus

Lead singer and bass guitarist for ill Fated Natives (iFN), Bets “Palmtree b” Charmelus, visits the set of Philly Famous Podcast to discuss his band, Philadelphia, and much more. iFN has a unique sound that incorporates gritty blues, hard rock and smooth jazz, and they’re especially known for their explosive live performances.

Host Greg Holdsman and Charmelus discuss the origins of the band, the spiritual quality of their live shows, the chemistry amongst the group members, what it’s like to be a Black rock group in a city known for hip-hop and rap, and the peaks and valleys of the last 5 years.

Tune in to TUTV this Wednesday, April 3 at noon and 8 p.m. for a look into one of Philadelphia’s most singular musical minds.

Philly Famous Podcast: Bets "Palmtree b" Charmelus


Make the best TU meme for our meme contest!

TU Meme Contest

Are you ready for #WhatTUMeme? From April 1 to 7, TUTV will be searching for the best Temple memes. Submit your own TU memes with the hashtag #WhatTUMeme and tag @templetv on Twitter. Entrants with the most likes and retweets will receive a prize! To participate in the contest, tweet your Temple related meme and use the hashtag #whatTUmeme.

Contest Rules:

  1. To be eligible, you must be a student currently enrolled at Temple University.
  2. Every student is allowed one meme submission during the contest.
  3. All memes need to be appropriate and related to Temple University. The contest will not accept memes that are deemed inappropriate by Temple University Television.
  4. Students must use the hashtag #whatTUmeme.
  5. Submissions begin on April 1 and end April 7.

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Temple student achievements highlighted on new Temple Talk

Temple Talk hosts

It’s time for an all new Temple Talk on TUTV! The hosts sit down to discuss what’s been happening in pop culture news, including Jussie Smollett’s legal case and Justin Bieber’s mental health struggles. Later, Temple student Abby Steinour visits the set and tells her story. Having initially enrolled in business school at Temple, she eventually switched tracks to follow her passion, majoring in Graphic Design and launching Egg & Bee comics, which has since amassed a large online following.

Next up, special musical guest Jaime Wouters performs live in the studio. Her new song, “Mistakes,” was produced by Temple’s own student-run recording studio, Bell Tower Music.

Tune in Tuesday, March 26 at 1 and 9 p.m. to catch this and more on Temple Talk.

Temple Talk: Jaime Wouters

TUTV’s first all female talk show returns Thursday

We Need to Talk hosts

We Need to Talk, TUTV’s first female-focused show, covers entertainment, trends, culture, relationships, health, and more. In the second episode of the program airing Thursday, hosts Tanjeen Twinkle, Jenna Song, Imzadi Davis and Kyra Marie Miller cover a variety of topics, including whether the Rejection Hotline (a phone number women can give to men who are persistently asking for their digits) is useful or mean, whether exes can remain friends (what does it mean that Brad attended Jen Aniston’s birthday party?), and TV shows or bands the hosts want to bring back. The hosts also dissect their different cultural backgrounds through the lens of how they were disciplined by their parents as children.

Tune in to TUTV (Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online) to watch the premiere of an all-new episode of We Need to Talk this coming Thursday, March 28 at 1 and 9 p.m.

We Need to Talk hosts

Vegan restauranteur Nicole Marquis appears on TUTV

Philly Famous Podcast: Nicole Marquis

In this edition of Philly Famous Podcast, host Greg Holdsman interviews Nicole Marquis, founder/CEO of HipCityVeg–now a chain of five stores in two cities–plus Bar Bombón and Charlie was a Sinner, a cocktail lounge. All are plant-based restaurants.

Greg and Nicole have a wide-ranging discussion touching on health, business, food, and Philadelphia. Nicole discusses why she became vegan, how veganism inspired her to open restaurants, how being a mother has changed her outlook on being a woman entrepreneur, and much more in this in depth interview.

Tune in Wednesday, March 20 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. for an enlightening hour with a notable Philly businesswoman helping create food options in the city.

La Charla returns with new panelists

La Charla Episode 7

Host Rafael Logroño is joined by panelists Bibiana Correa, Luisa Suarez, and Melvin Saravia in a new episode of La Charla this week. The group discusses the awards season–including whether it was an appropriate choice for Jennifer Lopez to perform the Motown tribute at the Grammy’s this year–phone addiction, and the stress of responding to text messages, among other topics. The panelists also compete in a game of geography trivia.

Tune in this Thursday, March 21 at 1 and 9 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online to watch the latest episode of this Spanish-language talk show.

Premiere of new program “Temple Pilots” airs Friday

Temple Pilots: Elevated

A group of students recently organized to help fellow students produce new show ideas for TUTV.  With the help and support of TUTV, “Temple Pilots” delivers an array of interesting stories in the form of a series of pilots. Their first offering premieres this Friday on TUTV.

A pilot by Steven Aronow, Tyler Crystal and Jackson Kirchhoff, Elevated is about two struggling individuals who use each other to elevate themselves after meeting in an elevator. In this episode, Sam, a struggling music manager in Philadelphia, is on the verge of being fired if she continues to slack off on the job. Will she be able to pull her own weight and find the next big artist for her record company?

Tune in to TUTV Friday, March 22 at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m. to find out.

Join us for a special Fran Dunphy Farewell

Fran Dunphy Farewell

Mr. Big 5–the winningest coach in the Big 5 history–Fran Dunphy is stepping down as Head Coach of Temple Basketball at the end of the 2018-2019 season. But before the Temple community says goodbye, the team at OwlSports Update presents a special sendoff to the dedicated and longtime Philadelphia college basketball icon, premiering Thursday on TUTV.

Jimmy Freas takes us through Fran Dunphy’s career–spanning six decades from 1967 when he played for LaSalle, to 1989 when he became Head Coach at Penn, to 2006 when he came to Temple. Sarah Metts sits down with Coach Dunphy himself in a personal interview. Dick Jerardi, former Daily News writer and Philadelphia’s local basketball historian, joins Sarah at the desk to reflect on Fran’s legacy in Philadelphia and beyond. Adam Crognale has more on Dunphy’s involvement with Coaches vs. Cancer and how his impact cannot be counted in just wins and losses.

Tune in to TUTV (Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online) this Thursday, March 14 at 12:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. after the weekly edition of OwlSports Update to see this and more.

Presenting TUTV Student Project Showcase

TUTV Student Project Showcase

Introducing TUTV Student Project Showcase, a new program featuring a collection of original comedy shorts written, acted and directed by Temple students, premiering this Wednesday on TUTV.

Project Showcase lampoons television and media, including a spoof of a TV informercial advertising a new sauce product called “Bauce Soss,” which features a review from revered “Sauce Critic” Xavier. A morning news program, a fashion talk show, and a reality dating show are also satirized.

Tune in for the premiere this Wednesday, March 13 at 2 and 10 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45, and online.