A new Your Best Life with Lisa Bien premieres Monday

Your Best Life with Lisa Bien: Dana Marie

On this edition of Your Best Life, Dana Marie shares with host Lisa Bien her battle embracing self-love and acceptance. Tune in on Monday to hear how Dana Marie fought to save her life from sexual abuse, domestic violence, and severe depression.

Dana Marie is now a Program Coordinator at the Police Athletic League of Philadelphia, a motivational speaker, and the author of Live Life Free.

Watch the episode on Monday, October 7 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.

The 2019 Lew Klein Awards will air live on TUTV

2019 Lew Klein Alumni in the Media and Excellence in the Media Awards

TUTV will carry the 2019 Lew Klein Awards ceremony live from Mitten Hall this year. The Klein College of Media and Communication will host its annual awards presentation, featuring 17 distinguished media professionals who have been selected as Excellence in the Media honorees, and 132 alumni who have joined the school’s Hall of Fame. This year marks the sixth time the school honors a “Rising Star” to showcase the achievements of its young alumni.

CNN anchor and chief Washington, D.C. correspondent Jake Tapper will be this year’s Excellence honoree. Tapper has been recognized with a number of awards, particularly for his work on the 2016 election. The Lew Klein Award for Excellence in the Media honors outstanding members of the media whose accomplishments bring honor to their professions.

Tune in on Friday, October 4 at 12:15 p.m. to Comcast 50 or Verizon 45 within city limits or online everywhere to see the ceremony live. The ceremony will air again at 8:15 p.m. later the same day.

Temple Talk begins a new season on Oct first

Temple Talk: Elle Wilson

TUTV’s entertainment talk show is BACK!

Tune in to hear the hosts’ thoughts on “Hustlers,” Felicity Huffman’s sentencing, and the women dominating the music industry this year.

Later, Elle Wilson from MTV’s Double Shot at Love visits the set to talk to the hosts about her experiences on the show and what she’s doing now.

Tune in on Tuesday, October 1 at 1 and 9 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online to watch the 2019 fall semester season premiere of Temple Talk.

Former Mayor Michael Nutter appears on a new A Broader View

A Broader View: Guns

A Broader View is back for the fall 2019 semester with a program examining gun culture within the United States.

Joining student hosts Tanjeen Twinkle and Kenny Cooper to discuss the topic are former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, high school activists Alex Franzino and Ethan Block with March For Our Lives Philadelphia, the Executive Director of CeaseFire PA, Shira Goodman, and Colwin Williams, an Outreach Worker for Philly CeaseFire.

Watch the premiere on TUTV Monday, September 30 at noon and 8 p.m.

Temple Update premieres new Fall season Thursday

Temple Update student reporter Lianna Golden

Beginning at 10 a.m., Temple Update will cover the latest in campus news Thursdays every week including the weather forecast, new construction and the opening of Charles Library. Watch it live on Comcast 50 and Verizon 45 within Philadelphia city limits or online everywhere starting September 26.

Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien gets a new title!

Your Best Life with Lisa Bien

The self help program created by Lisa Bien, a professional marketing strategist, returns to TUTV this semester with a brand new title and a fresh perspective. Bouncing Back with Lisa Bien, a show highlighting stories of personal struggle with self-acceptance and dealing with sensitive topics, is now Your Best Life with Lisa.

Tune in for the broadcast premiere on Monday, September 23 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.

Watch a studio performance by Jen Pennise

Singer-songwriter Jen Pennise, a second year student at Temple’s Klein College, performs her music and plays an acoustic guitar on a new edition of In Performance on TUTV.

New Temple Flashback features Photo Prof Ed Trayes

Temple Flashback: Ed Trayes

In a new episode of Temple Flashback, TUTV General Manager Paul Gluck sits down with Dr. Ed Trayes, Klein College of Media & Communication’s iconic Photojournalism professor, who has worked at Temple for five decades and plans to retire at the end of the year.

Dr. Trayes was recruited as one of the original faculty of the School of Communications and Theater, as it was called then, in 1967and has since helped many generations of Temple Owls find their unique vision of life through the lenses of a camera. Trayes describes his career in both teaching and journalism, how he helped build the photography program at Klein, and his teaching philosophy.

It has recently been announced that the University will replace Annenberg Hall, and so you don’t want to miss Ed recall first entering the then-newly built Annenberg Hall, which was state-of-the-art for its time. He has kept the same office since then. 

Tune in to TUTV Thursday, September 19 at 1 and 9 p.m. to see this in depth interview with one of Temple’s most beloved professors.

Watch The Larry Ferrari Show on Thursday

Temple Flashback: The Larry Ferrari Show

Tune in to TUTV this Thursday for a blast from the past! On a special edition of Temple Flashback, watch a classic episode of The Larry Ferrari Show, courtesy of 6ABC and the Philadelphia Broadcast Pioneers.

Larry Ferrari served as a performer, program host, and musical director at Channel 6 for four decades starting in the 1950s. His show was a weekly organ concert that entertained and captivated audiences for years. An episode of his program will be presented in its entirety on TUTV on Thursday, September 12 at 1 and 9 p.m. 

Media Inside Out premieres live Monday

Media Inside Out Live

Media Inside Out kicks off the fall semester with an all new live edition premiering Monday on TUTV.

The program will highlight representations of religion in fictional television and movies, as well as representations in the news. Joining host Sherri Hope Culver to discuss this topic are Dr. Elizabeth Hayes Alvarez, Professor of Religion at Temple University; Suhag Shukla of the Hindu American Foundation; and Dr. Quaiser Abdullah, Professor of Communication & Social Influence at Klein College.

Tune in TUTV on Monday, September 9 at noon to see the premiere live from Annenberg Hall or watch the re-airing at 8 p.m. that night.

It’s the return of Sports Block Saturday!

Saturday Sportsblock

Every Saturday this semester we’ll bring you non-stop sports coverage for two full hours. It begins this weekend at 11:30 a.m. with the return of Temple Athletics, a TUTV original sports show looking at the coaches and student athletes of Temple’s many sports programs.  Next, we’ll re-air the fall semester premiere of OwlSports Update at noon.  Finally, We Make The Call, our hour-long sports talk show, puts out an all new episode at 12:30 p.m.

So tune in starting 11:30 a.m. Saturday, September 7 for your Temple sports fix–Comcast channel 50, Verizon 45 and online!

TUTV programs nab 5 nominations for CBI Awards

Cassie Semyon at the 2018 CBI Awards

TUTV student programming have been selected as finalists in three categories with a total of five nominations for the 2019 CBI Awards. See the full list of awards and nominations here. The CBI Awards Ceremony will be held at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch from October 30 to November 2.

Best Sportscast (Video)

OwlSports Update: November 15, 2018

Best Sports Reporting (Video)

OwlSports Update – Finding A Home — Temple TUFF
OwlSports Update – To Kane — From Your Football Family

Best Newscast (Video)

Temple Update: December 6, 2018
Temple Update: April 18, 2019

TUTV sports news programming kicks off for the fall semester

OwlSports Update anchors

Beginning Tuesday, September 3rd, TUTV sports programs will begin producing new episodes on a weekly basis again. Inside the Nest is first up starting Tuesday, September 3 at noon with the latest in everything Temple football. The new season of Inside the Nest will begin with a half hour episode because Coach Carey won’t be holding a press conference that week, but the program will return to its usual hour-long runtime the following week. Next, tune in Thursday, September 5 at noon for an all new edition of OwlSports Update, TUTV’s one stop show for Temple Athletics news.

Welcome to Temple!

Welcome New Owls

Welcome to Temple, Class of 2023! We are so excited to meet new freshmen and transfer students and invite you all to take advantage of the resources available on and off campus.

A little about ourselves: Temple University Television (TUTV) is committed to serving as a showcase for the best work by Temple students, faculty and alumni. In other words, we broadcast content produced by you! To submit your original work to TUTV, take a look at the submissions section of this website. We also feature programming produced in classes, such as Temple Update and A Broader View, so be sure to sign up for them in the future if you’d like to be featured on TUTV. And if you have any questions at all, just shoot us an email using our contact form.

Of course, the best way to learn more about what TUTV is all about is to watch our 24/7 programming! If you have cable in your living quarters, tune in to Comcast channel 50 or Verizon channel 45, depending on your cable provider. If you don’t have cable, you can watch online.

Student-produced doc premieres on Saturday

Ave Maria

One year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, leaving millions without power and water, the Puerto Rican community is still trying to rebuild their homes, community, and lives. Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans fled in the largest exodus the island has ever seen.

This short documentary directed and produced by Temple University students highlights Philadelphia’s Puerto Rican community and their ongoing mourning and recovery.

Produced by Annmarie Ciaccierlli, Colin Faughnan, Olivia Love, Sarah Mammano, Olivia Redden, and Daniela Quintero-Rodriguez for Kristine Weatherston’s class, Ave Maria features interviews and footage of Puerto Rico to describe the devastation and perseverance to be found on the island. Watch the premiere on TUTV on Saturday, August 31 at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m.