Student documentary looks at benefits of zoos

Voice of the WildVoice for the Wild, a short documentary made by Temple students, explores the positive side of zoos as public opinion has become increasingly negative against them. Using Elmwood Park Zoo as a backdrop for this large-scale issue, the documentary provides an inside look at the people who work there and what continues to drive them. Directed by Brianna Dent, a junior Media Studies and Production major at Temple University, “Voice for the Wild” is her first documentary and won the Animal Welfare Award at the New Hope Film Festival.  Tune in to see it premiere on TUTV this Wednesday, February 26 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Temple Talk premieres new season Tuesday

The first episode of TUTV’s entertainment talk show in the year 2020 premieres this Tuesday, February 25 at 1 and 9 p.m. Tune in for the entertainment news, games and special guests.

Season premiere of Temple SMASH airs Saturday

Temple Smash: Season 11

In a new episode of Temple SMASH, a team of archeologists unveil their latest findings, a mysterious stranger suggests a penny for your thoughts, a brand ambassador would like to share information on some products, a pair of motorists exchange words on the highway, and much more! Watch the season premiere of TUTV’s long-running sketch comedy show on Saturday, December 21 at 5 p.m. and 1 a.m.

Lo Último premieres first episode of 2020 Thursday

Lo Ultimo

Produced in conjunction with Temple UpdateLo Último is an all-Spanish language news program on TUTV, covering topics ranging from global to local. Tune in to TUTV at 3 and 11 p.m. every Thursday to catch a new edition of this student-produced newscast.

Baker Dave’s colleague shares his famous lasagna recipe

Baker Dave Presents... Lasagna

Walter Gordon, Baker Dave’s longtime friend and coworker, joins the set of Baker Dave Presents… on Thursday. He brings a recipe for a dish he is famous for: lasagna. While they prepare this dish, they discuss having children and working at Temple, where has been working for 26 years, the entirety of Baker Dave’s 17 year tenure.

Watch the premiere of this episode on TUTV this Thursday, February 20 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

A new episode of Your Best Life premieres Monday

Your Best Life: Kendra Hall

A new episode of Your Best Life with host Lisa Bien premieres Monday, featuring another inspiring guest.

After finding herself pregnant at age 13, Kendra Hall faced many daunting challenges, including homelessness. After finding her way through her circumstances with grit and determination, Kendra is now a mentor, motivator, public speaker and author who recently wrote a book to give teen parents the tools they need to navigate through the tricky reality of being a teen raising babies.

Tune in to hear Kendra’s story on Monday, February 10 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. on TUTV

Temple Update is back with their first show of 2020

Temple Update reporters

Tune in to TUTV Thursday, February 13 at 10 a.m. to see the LIVE season premiere of TUTV’s student produced news program! A new crop of anchors and correspondents will appear on the show to present the latest in Temple, Philadelphia, and world news. Temple Update is a weekly, half-hour news program produced, written, directed and anchored by Temple students.

Say goodbye to long-time The Vibe host Sydney

The Vibe: Sydney Umezurike

It’s Sydney Umezurike’s last time as host on The Vibe, and she lets her creative side shine in her farewell episode. The long-time host and contributor performs her own poetry in addition to moderating the Poppin’ Topics segment and covering the Women in Media Summit where she interviews Janvieve Naemni, the author of The Art of Rock Bottom and How to Bounce Back, and learns more about the art of personal branding. Sydney and guests discuss mental health and the discussion of mental health within the music community, and later the audience enjoys a live rap performance by Rio and Solo.

Tune in this Saturday at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m. on February 8.

Learn how to make traditional stuffed cabbage Thurs

Baker Dave Presents... Galumpkis

In a new episode of Baker Dave Presents…, Baker Dave is joined by Chef Joe Wiley, from the Howard Gittis Student Center, who makes his grandmother’s recipe for galumpkis, also known as stuffed cabbage. Wiley’s grandmother is Polish, and the tradition of making galumpkis is near and dear to his heart. Wiley gives us step-by-step instructions for the long process of making this comfort food from scratch and demonstrates the proper technique for rolling the bundles of cabbage with rice and ground pork.

Watch the episode on TUTV this Thursday, February 13 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

Make cheeseburger empanadas with Baker Dave

Baker Dave Presents... Cheeseburger Empanadas

A new episode of Baker Dave Presents features Lisa Lombo, the head chef at Morgan Hall, who demonstrates how to cook cheeseburger empanadas. Lisa’s children are half Italian and half Puerto Rican, and the recipe resulted from an attempt to Americanize her family’s traditional Puerto Rican home cooking.

Watch the premiere of this episode of Baker Dave Presents on Thursday, January 30 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

The World at Temple premieres a new season Saturday

World at Temple

Host Luv’En-Ya Rowland returns to give an update on and highlight what international students at Temple University have been doing recently. She speaks to journalism major Pavlina Cerna who was awarded a special scholarship which allows her to visit various world heritage sites around the world. Pavlina, who is from the Czech Republic, helps spread awareness about preserving world heritage cities through her travel and writing. Later, Luv’En-Ya talks to Michelle Purnama, from Indonesia, who is a management information systems major at Fox.

Watch this and more on the premiere this Saturday, February 1 at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m.

Watch Philly suburbs highlighted in archival footage

WFIL Hometown Salutes

TUTV will present historic film footage of the Philadelphia suburbs in special editions of Temple Flashback. These “community salutes”, first broadcast by WFIL (now WPVI, Channel 6) in 1966  were recently rediscovered and digitized with the help of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia and Temple University’s Urban Archives. TUTV will air a Haverford salute this week, and salutes to Lower Merion and Bryn Mawr were also produced. These shorts show the towns as they were then, including businesses, main streets, and attractions.

The Urban Archives media collections comprise hundreds of thousands of newsfilm reels and cassettes spanning 1947 through the 2005. Most materials are from CBS3 (formerly KYW), and WPVI (formerly WFIL-TV, Channel 6).

Join in on the nostalgia and watch the Haverford “salute” this Wednesday, January 29 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Tune in this week for the first OwlSports Update of 2020

OwlSports Update 2020

The first edition of TUTV’s Temple Athletics news show will premiere live on Thursday, January 23 at noon and 8 p.m. Tune in every Thursday for the rest of the semester to hear everything you need to know about Temple sports.

John Oates of Hall and Oates describes a day in his life

A Day in the Life of John Oates

Klein College of Media and Communication launched its Visiting Artist Series on October 21 with alumnus John Oates, KLN ’70, one half of the famed musical duo Daryl Hall & John Oates. Oates participated in a panel with other music industry heavy-hitters who spoke on “A Day in the Life” of a music industry professional. Hosted in Charles Library, the event was the first in a series of talks by professional artists who want to share their knowledge with future leaders in the entertainment industry. The event was also a part of the development of Klein College’s live events curriculum for students.

Along his musical career, Oates has met and maintained many music industry connections, including the three other professionals on the Visiting Artist Series panel. Anthony Aquilato, a recording engineer and manager; David Haskell, president of Morris Lighting & Sound; and Phil Nicolo, KLN ’77 and founder of Philadelphia’s Studio 4 recording studio, all gave their insights about the opportunities available to those in the Temple community interested in the music industry.

Oates said of this panel: “It gives students insight into what goes on … in a day of tour. What do these guys do from the moment they wake up to the moment their head hits the pillow again. I think there’s this image that it’s just the concert and that’s when they’re working, and we want to make sure they understand that there’s a lot more that goes into it.”

Watch the full discussion on TUTV this Thursday, January 23 at 1 and 9 p.m.

TUTV has been nominated for nine IBS awards!

TUTV student-produced programming has been nominated for nine awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, including best college television station! The nominees are as follows: