On BUTV10 this week

  • 5:04 PM
    Pop Showdown!1×4

  • 7:35 PM
    Proud to BUSpirit Squad

  • 12:44 PM
    Pop Showdown!3×6

    Ilana Berman and Beth St. John play for Pop Showdown domination. With a score that keeps flipping back and forth, who will win?

  • 6:57 PM
    Proud to BUMen’s Ice Hockey

  • 5:44 PM
    COMlifeGraduation and Reflection

    The time has come. Jason and Kate say goodbye to COM and celebrate their graduation. We’re so proud of everything you’ve accomplished and can’t wait to see what you’ll do next! Congratulations.

  • 7:24 PM
    ShadowsThe Brotherhood

  • 12:44 PM
    Terrier Nation11×4

    Terrier Nation gets a behind the scenes look into the crew team’s DeWolfe Boathouse with Senior Rower Dan Relle. Terrier Nation’s Erin O’Donnell learns how to play Broomball, and Jacklyn Yoon goes Out of her League with Squash Pro Alex Yedid.

  • 3:08 PM
    The Morning AfterAviation Awareness

    The Morning After hosts tackle the issues of adoption, aviation, and texting your doctor. Special appearance by Amelia Earhart.

  • 3:46 PM
    Terrier Nation11×2

    TN checks out the new field hockey field, “New Balance Field.” We also caught up with the three basketball seniors as they approach their final season as BU Terriers, and our own Jacklyn Yoon has the inside scoop on the balance between academics and athletics.

  • 7:48 PM
    Pop Showdown!3×7

    Seniors Patrick O’Sullivan and Sean Finn battle it out on this episode of Pop Showdown. Tune in to the episode to find out who passes the test in pop culture knowledge!

  • 2:00 PM
    Student ShortsWhy You Been Gone

  • 2:22 PM
    One-on-OnesMarlon Wayans

    An interview with Marlon Wayans who talked about the upcoming release of his new movie “A Haunted House 2″, which he wrote and stars in.

    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.