Studio 151 TU’s podcast studio offers unique student-made shows

Studio 151 is home to some of TU’s very best podcasts, created entirely by students.

Studio 151, TU’s podcast studio, is putting out some great content. The podcasts are entirely created by students and the club as a whole is student-run, making the accomplishments of the show all the more impressive. The shows are mostly focused on popular culture and sports, with featured guests from across campus.

Chloris Espinoza, the podcast director, said, “A lot of hard work has been put into getting the studio up and running this semester, but it’s work that’s been welcomed and honestly really fun! I think more than anything I’m just extremely proud of the community our team has built.”

The podcast studio is composed of a team of dedicated members who come together from across different disciplines. The passion and excitement of the hosts and guests come through in each episode.

“The podcast studio has become a much needed creative outlet for students and I couldn’t be happier,” Espinoza added.

Listed below are some of the podcasts that Studio 151 is currently produces. It is truly special that TU students can create their own podcasts, so be sure to check these shows out and support fellow TU students!

What’s On Our Screen: Hosts Bryce and Ryan discuss all things film related, talking about recent movies and shows that have gotten their attention. In the most recent episode, “The Horror Special,” they brought on a guest to chat with, creating a dynamic conversation about spooky movies. The episodes go in depth into the movies and shows they review, providing different takes about popular film and television.

Ball Talk: A newer podcast, this show covers basketball. The hosts, Brenton and DJ, plan to mostly cover basketball, but will occasionally venture to other sports, such as football. They will cover national teams as well as TU’s basketball team. It’s perfect for sports lovers!

Between Two Slices: A uniquely TU podcast, Caiden, the host, interviews someone from TU every week to get their thoughts about life on campus. Over the course of the interview, they share a slice or two of pizza and chat about life on campus, classes, clubs and anything else the guest wants to cover. Sharing food makes for warm and friendly conversations.

This is just a list of some of the most recent episodes Studio 151 has produced. They have a bunch of content from previous semesters that are still relevant, so don’t be afraid to check it out! TU students are coming up with some exciting content, so give these shows a listen.

If you would like to be involved with Studio 151, either as a guest or as the creator of your own podcast, reach out to Espinoza via email or come to their weekly meetings, which are every Thursday at 5 p.m. in the TUTV studio, which is located in Kendall Hall.

Studio 151 podcasts are available on all streaming platforms.

Post Author: Hana Saad