On BUTV10 this week

  • 5:20 PM
    Terrier Nation11×3

    On this episode of Terrier Nation, the team interviews Women’s Basketball senior forward Rashidat Agboola, who scored her 1000th career point this season. Our own Gabbie Chartier had an exclusive interview with freshmen wrestler Jesse Batson, who talked about his first season on a collegiate team and the future of BU wrestling, and TN reporter/host Alessandra Marandola sat down with Men’s Senior Hockey Player Patrick MacGregor and talked about his support system and his future after hockey at BU.

  • 1:58 PM
    Proud to BUField Hockey Final

  • 7:00 PM
    ShadowsThe Brotherhood

  • 2:34 PM
    Pop Showdown!4×8

    Will Topher or Beverly claim pop culture mastery? Tune in to this episode of Pop Showdown to find out!

  • 4:04 PM

    While the Agency copes with a new shift in leadership, dangerous artifacts from the black market take their toll on innocents.

  • 12:22 PM
    Student ShortsMy Conscience Sucks

  • 1:21 PM
    The Hungry TerrierAn Interview with Mei Mei

    Cat and Bharat sit down with Mei from Mei Mei’s food truck to chat about their new restaurant in BU’s south campus!

  • 3:04 PM
    The Hungry TerrierChowdown Tryouts

    We take a look at BU’s finest home chefs trying to create the best grilled cheese possible for our judges: James DiSabatino (owner+grilled cheese maestro of Roxy’s Grilled Cheese), and Cat Lau & Bharat Vangani (Executive Producers of The Hungry Terrier).

  • 4:49 PM
    One-on-OnesBig K.R.I.T.

    Rapper Big K.R.I.T. sits down with Joe Weil and Tyler Benson to talk about his new album Cadillactica, his song “Mt. Olympus”, and southern hip-hop. K.R.I.T also talks about playing the cello in his high school orchestra and his first local hit in Mississippi.

  • 4:04 PM
    One-on-OnesStephanie McMahon

  • 6:39 PM
    Proud to BUWomen’s Basketball

About the Station

BUTV10 is Boston University’s student-operated media production and distribution service. Live-streamed and on-demand programming is available online at butv10.com and on the campus’ channel 10.

Established in 1989 as BUTV and rebranded BUTV10 in 2005, the organization produces an array of news, information, sports, drama, comedy, and variety programming. Our content has received multiple Associated Press, NATAS, Telly, and Webby recognitions

Open to any BU student, annual membership exceeds 250. BUTV10’s 14 productions and administrative departments are based at the College of Communication.