Author discusses new research on the gender pay gap

‘The Cost of Being a Girl,’ by Yasemin Besen-Cassino

Montclair State University Sociology Professor Yasemin Besen-Cassino discusses her new book, The Cost of Being a Girl, which explores the roots and effects of the gender pay gap–that roughly 20 cent-per-dollar distance between men’s and women’s earnings–on TUTV this Thursday.

Her research, recently published by Temple University Press, reveals how surprisingly early the wage gap starts and how much teenage work experience affects adult careers. By centering on girls and young women, Besen-Cassino filtered out factors that comes into play in peak earning years, such as childbearing and household responsibilities. It has been praised by Publishers Weekly and London School of Economics Review and was featured in the Washington Postthe Guardian, MTV, CNN, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, among many others.

Tune in to TUTV on Thursday, December 6 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see a talk with the author from October hosted by Temple Library.

Taking A Broader View of social media, live on Monday

A Broader View: Social Media

What are the benefits and drawbacks our society has faced since the advent and rise of social media? Is social media affecting our mental health? Has it negatively or positively affected the future of our civilization? These questions and more will be addressed on a new live edition of A Broader View with student hosts Aaron and Janelle, with each addressing the pros and cons, respectively. Tune in to TUTV Monday, December 3 at noon and 8 p.m. to see the premiere.

A Conversation with Charles Barkley

Excellence in the Media Award Honoree - Charles BarkleyBefore accepting the Lew Klein Excellence in the Media award earlier this year, Charles Barkley–– hall of famer, two-time Olympic gold medal winner, sports analyst, author of four books, and the host of a four-episode documentary series on TNT about the African-American experience––participated in a Q&A session with Temple students. Barkley talks with students about the importance of honesty as a broadcaster, the preparation involved to work as a host, his commitment to education and charitable work, and more.

Watch it in full on TUTV (Comcast 50/Verizon 45/online) on Thursday, November 28 at 1 and 9 p.m.

Philly Famous Podcast comes to TUTV

Philly Famous Podcast

Greg Holdsman, a Philadelphia native and senior at Temple, has been highlighting local visionaries and vanguards with his Philly Famous Podcast for over a year, recording more than 70 episodes. Now, Greg is bringing his audio program to TV by taping his podcast episodes, which will air on TUTV. The premiere episode features Temple Basketball Assistant Coach Aaron McKie, who played basketball for Temple and the Sixers and will succeed Fran Dunphy as Temple’s Head Coach in 2019. McKie reflects on his career and talks about Coach Ellerbee at Simon Gratz High School, Coach Chaney at Temple, and Coach Larry Brown at the Sixers, discussing his relationship with each and how they have impacted his coaching style as he prepares to take the reigns from Coach Dunphy.

Greg Holdsman and Aaron McKie

Successful habits of highly sensitive people

Bouncing Back Empath

In a new episode of Bouncing Back premiering Monday, Lisa Bien learns about what it’s like being an ’empath’–a person with highly developed empathic abilities who is able to psychologically tune into the feelings felt by the people around them. Though this ability can be an asset, it is also a challenge to manage one’s own emotions day to day with the constant imposition of other’s. Lisa speaks to Regan Tilton, who grew up labeled a ‘sensitive child’ and had difficulty as an adult trying to juggle her deep feelings.

Lisa and Regan discuss how highly sensitive people need structure to cope with day-to-day pressures. She also found other coping mechanisms to be helpful, including Reiki, meditation, enough sleep, a healthy diet and more.

Tune in for these tips and insight on how to set healthy boundaries on this new episode of Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien, premiering Monday, November 19 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday this year

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Fall Break to Temple students and a Happy Thanksgiving to all from TUTV!

Coach Collins bakes a cake on new Baker Dave Presents

Baker Dave Presents... Coach Collins

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.!

Tune in Thursdays for all your Temple news needs

Temple Update reporter Zuri Hoffman

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.

Media Inside Out airs live at noon Monday

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.

Temple Update brings live election coverage to TUTV

Temple Update Election CentralAfter 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.

Learn about NBC10’s new home this Thursday

NBC10 New Home

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 came home with 11 trophies from the 2018 CBI Awards

2018 CBI Awards

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:

Best News Reporting Video

Fourth Place

Protests before State of the Union Address

Best Newscast Video

First Place

Temple Update: April 26, 2018

Fourth Place

Temple Update: April 19, 2018

Best Sports Reporting Video

First Place

OwlSports Update: Temple Tuff

Second Place

OwlSports Update: A Basketball Student Manager battle versus Cancer

Best Sportscast Video

Second Place

OwlSports Update: December 7, 2017

Fourth Place

Inside the Nest: October 17, 2017

Best Documentary/Public Affairs Video

First Place

Encore:  Music Education for Social Change

Best Student Media Website

Fourth Place

TempleUpdate.com

Best Vodcast Video

Third Place

OwlSports Update: #OwlAccessPass, April 3, 2018

Best Promo Video

Second Place

Temple Update: Topical Promo for March 22, 2018 Show

Happy Halloween from TUTV!!

Happy Halloween!

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.

First all-female TUTV talk show premieres Monday

We Need to Talk

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.

Temple singer Ryan Leahan performs on new Temple Talk

Temple Talk Ryan Leahan

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.

Temple Talk Halloween