Temple University keeps its many audiences up to date on the university's latest news and announcements. We do this through a variety of communication channels.
University Communications collects, packages and disseminates news about Temple to students, faculty, staff, the news media and the world. This office serves as the news portal for journalists seeking information; for faculty, staff, students and alumni who want to stay abreast of university activities; and for anyone looking for the latest Temple news. Learn more about University Communications.
Today@Temple is the university's daily email to keep staff, faculty, students, alumni and friends abreast of news, announcements and events. It delivers a sampling of events selected from the TUcalendar, and announcements and top stories from University Communications. Learn more about Today@Temple.
Temple Magazine celebrates the university’s most innovative people, research, services, programs and ideas. The magazine aims to inform, inspire and instill pride in alumni, faculty, students, staff and friends of Temple. Learn more about Temple magazine.
This monthly administrative newspaper is published for the university community and includes news about faculty, staff and students, and Temple-sponsored events and activities. Learn more about Temple Times.
the Temple News
This award-winning, student-run newspaper publishes weekly and is editorially independent of the university. The Temple News was first published in 1921. Today, it is distributed free on all of the university's Philadelphia-area campuses. Learn more about The Temple News.
Temple University Press
Temple University Press is best known as a publisher of books in the social sciences and the humanities, as well as books about Philadelphia and the surrounding region. Temple's regional list encompasses scholarly books, coffee-table books and books about art, culture, birding, fishing, hiking, sports teams and the urban and suburban environments. Learn more about Temple University Press.
TUTV (Temple University Television)
TUTV is the university’s digital cable station that produces original programming from across Temple’s schools, colleges and campuses. The station also creates content in partnership with cultural organizations, community groups and professional media companies. Learn more about TUTV.
WRTI 90.1 FM
One of the top-rated public radio stations in the country, WRTI has more than 18,000 active members. Listeners throughout the tristate region and around the world tune to WRTI on the radio and online to hear the very best classical and jazz music. Learn more about WRTI.
WHIP Student Radio and WRft Ambler
Temple’s student-run radio stations, WHIP and WRFT offer many opportunities for those who are interested in music, news, sports, programming, promotions, advertising and production. Learn more about WHIP and WRFT.