TUTV's public affairs talk series that explores the issues and events that shape our lives. From politics to social justice to student Adderall abuse and much more, we'll give you a broader view of the big stories that people are talking about…or should be talking about. A Broader View is produced and hosted by Professor Karen M. Turner's journalism class.
Germany’s international broadcaster: online, on-screen and over the air. It provides a European perspective to audiences around the world and promotes intercultural dialogue. Click here for more information.
Film Versus Film is a web series centering on the discussion of popular cinema. The show’s panel is made up of filmmakers, professors, film critics and film scholars. The panel’s discussions stem from tongue-in-cheek, pop culture-oriented “categories” like ‘Best Use of a Pop Song in Film,’ ‘Film Failure that Should Have Spawned a Great Franchise,’ ‘Most Unpleasant Christmas Movie,’ and ‘Hammiest Performance Ever by a Film Actor.’ The series shoots in Philadelphia.
A collection of student work from Temple University's Film and Media Arts department. Click here for more information.
Media Inside Out is a television talk show that explores the media we love to watch, listen to, read and play with an analytical and critical approach. Topics have included a discussion of diversity in commercials; the influence of news editing; and the shift in audience role from consumer to author. Media Inside Out approaches media with an appreciation for its potential as entertainment, and even as an educational tool, but balances that with an understanding of its impact and influence. Each episode digs deep into a specific media theme or media property. The series is produced and hosted by Sherri Hope Culver, director of the Center for Media and Information Literacy at Temple University. Program segments and information are conveyed in an entertaining, playful manner. The show explores, reveals, clarifies, and ultimately helps the audience appreciate the power of the media in their lives and their relationship with that media.Media Inside Out promotes creative and intellectual dialogue, while encouraging viewers to analyze their own media habits.
A weekly student run show about Temple University's intercollegiate athletic programs. It is anchored, produced, filmed and edited by students of Temple University. Click here for more information.
Journalism students tell the stories that represent the diverse voices of the multicultural and multinational Philadelphia neighborhoods in a form of hyper-local coverage. Click here for more information.
TUTV will provide LIVE coverage of the 2015 Papal Visit to Philadelphia, from Saturday, September 26th to Sunday, the 27th. TUTV's student journalists will report live from the Ben Franklin Parkway and in the studio at Temple University. As many as 17 student journalists will be involved in the coverage––directing, field producing, reporting, editing, and writing. The studio show will be hosted by Lu Ann Cahn, former NBC-10 reporter and current Director for Career Services in the School of Media and Communication.
Known during the 80s and 90s for his syndicated column Mondo Video, Professor Fred Hopkins leads viewers and students of schlock through the chaotic world of movie monsters and screaming babes that haunted the minds of America's youth long after they left the steamed-window comfort of drive-in movie theaters.
Tell All is a fast paced game of words and wits, where contestants compete with the clock, and with each other, for fun and prizes. Created by Temple Student Brian Schwartz, Tell All is a high energy challenge where word play is serious business and what you don’t say can make your opponent the winner.
From the same people that brought you Temple TUFF/Inside the Owl's Nest, take an inside look at Temple University's basketball team. Temple Basketball: Above The Rim is an all-access mini-series that follows the Temple University Basketball Team through the day-to-day grind of a college basketball season. The show takes its viewers onto the practice courts, in the locker room, into film sessions and into the arenas on game nights to show what it's like to be a part of a nationally recognized basketball program.
The paper of record for the Temple community since it first printed as Temple University Weekly in 1921. The award-winning student publication distributes 8,000 printed copies, free of charge, to the university’s five primary locations in the Delaware Valley, including Main Campus, Center City, Health Sciences, and Ambler. Click here for more information.
A weekly, half-hour news program produced, written, directed and anchored by Temple students. Update focuses on news and events on campus, in the surrounding area and anywhere there may be a story of interest to the greater Temple community. Temple Update is produced every Thursday morning in the TV News Broadcast Production Practicum class, assisted by a dedicated staff of student volunteers.
Created, acted, shot, and written by undergraduates Jake Rasmussen and Karl Weimar, The Grog Show is a half-hour comedy series centered on the misadventures of two college roommates. Best pals Jake and Karl suffer through living with creeps, impersonating John Travolta, getting and then losing their own cable TV show, and much more. Click here for more information.
Created by journalism student Nydja Hood, The Vibe is Temple University’s first hip-hop culture and music television show, which provides a platform to artists at Temple and beyond. On The Vibe, students discuss what is trending in popular culture, and rappers, poets, and singers are featured. Follow the Vibe on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
Under Production follows a student production company on their journey to create the best student film ever, hoping to win big at the end of the year campus film festival. Despite their best efforts, the crew can never seem to keep it together, facing mishaps and problems at every turn. Watch as they deal with actor demands, pretentious directors, and their biggest competition—college life itself.