Why Media Studies and Production?
Opportunities, Experience, Critical Thinking
May-mester courses: 10 days, Writing Workshop, Media and Children, Senior Seminar, and others
The Department of Media Studies & Production (MSP) offers you the opportunity to study media production and performance, media analysis, media business and entrepreneurship and emergent media in the context of rapidly converging industries. We offer undergraduate (B.A.) and graduate degree (M.A.) programs, and MSP faculty contribute to and participate in the cross-departmental SMC doctoral program.
Through an MSP class, several students are traveling to England to produce Temple@The London Olympics.
They will cover life in the city during the Olympic games and send their stories back to Philadelphia for broadcast on Temple Television (TUTV) each Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. beginning July 26 and continuing for the duration of the Olympics, which ends Aug. 12.
TUTV offers students a taste of what producing a television station is all about! TUTV is Temple University’s new digital cable station. Broadcasting to the city of Philadelphia on channel 50 on Comcast digital cable and channel 45 on Verizon FIOS, TUTV features programming from the School of Media and Communication (SMC) and other schools and colleges within the university, as well as community and professional broadcast partners.
Students in Temple’s “Advanced Topics of Media and Telecommunications” class hone their engineering skills while working on real-life projects developed for the university’s record label, Bell Tower Music.
Learning the ropes from an industry insider is an experience Temple students enjoy across the university —
Temple’s London program offers a unique opportunity to study British media and telecommunications and gain international work experience at the same time. MSP students can also participate in international study opportunities in Italy, Ireland, Japan and elsewhere. Apply today for London Spring 2013 program!
The line-up of guest speakers in an MSP special topics course looked as if it was taken from a “Who’s Who” directory of the television talk show industry. Talk show producer Donna Benner is provided her students with a behind-the-scenes look at the industry, beyond the flashy hosts and the sometimes outrageous topics.
An in-depth look at everything Temple football, from Bernard Pierce’s record breaking touchdown to the team’s dominating win over Ball State. Senior TE Evan Rodriguez is profiled and Coach Matt Rhule is mic’d up during practice.
Minor in Digital Media Technologies The Digital Media Technologies Minor is a 21-23 semester hour interdisciplinary minor offered through the Media Studies and Production (MSP) Department within SMC and the Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) Department within CST. It is designed to expand students’ knowledge of the information age, to empower them to understand how to communicate using emerging media and computer technologies.