Tennessee Videos

Title IX 40 Years Later at Memphis

Lynn Parkes, Charlotte Peterson and Beth Harrelson talk about what it meant to be part of the creation of a women’s athletic department at the University of Memphis on the 40th anniversary of the signing of Title IX.

Tom Bowen First Day

New Athletic Director Tom Bowen quickly met with media on his first day at the helm of the University of Memphis Athletic Department.

GOP Leaders: WI Recall Election Bodes Well For TN Lawmakers

Tennessee’s top Republican lawmakers — including Gov. Bill Haslam, House Speaker Beth Harwell and Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey — say the failed recall election in Wisconsin is a good sign for lawmakers here who will face voters in April for the first time since overhauling hiring practices for teachers and state workers. The lawmakers made [...]

McCormick: Increased Interest in GOP Primaries No Referendum on Leadership

Tennessee House Majority Leader Gerald McCormick, R-Chattanooga, offers his take on this year’s Republican primary election and the increased interest from people identifying with the Tea Party. Among them is John Harris, a lobbyist for the Tennessee Firearm Association who has pledged to help elect members who will shake up who is elected to GOP [...]

Tennessee Crossroads: Tennessee Aquarium (2548-2)

Joe Elmore takes an ocean journey at the TN Aquarium in Chattanooga. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.

Soybean Patent

Dr. Vince Pantalone of University of Tennessee AgResearch discusses a new soybean variey known as “Allen.”

Embryo Transfer

Dr. Neal Schrick of University of Tennessee AgResearch discribes is research in cattle embryo transfer.

Deberry: State Pays for Teen Pregnancies (TNReport.com)

Tennessee state Rep. John Deberry, D-Memphis, gives an impassioned speech on the House floor in favor of the so-called “gateway sexual activity” bill that emphasizes abstinence education and punishes instructors who encourage any kind of sexual activity. He says law are meant to dictate behavior and he says that’s called for in a state with [...]

Press Conference – Full Moon Jam Concert Series.

The Full Moon JAm concert series is hosted every Tuesday and Thursday evenings at Bristol’s Downtown Center. This year the local favorites who play country, bluegrass, nostalgia, and rock and roll are all back along with some new bands to our area that bring with them a new sound to old favorites. All concerts begin [...]

What’s Your Big Idea?—Kenton Yeager

Faculty, staff, students, and alumni are sharing the big ideas that are making a difference in their world and the world around them. Associate professor Kenton Yeager runs UT’s master’s program in theatrical lighting design. He designed and built a one-to-six-scale working theater laboratory to provide students with a safe, accessible way to learn lighting, [...]

Bristol’s Big Room – ETSU Traditional Pride Band

This episode of Bristol’s Big Room features the Traditional Pride Band from East Tennessee State University.

The Hamery

A Tennessee agricultural tradition is passed from one generation to the next and the resultus are downright tasty.

River Cleanup

May is a traditional month for graduations, but some UT students are doing volunteer work around their campus before starting life before college. Agriculture students worked to clean up the Tennessee River and some of its tributaries of plant growth and trash.

Hunger Simulation

Tne government reports one in six Americans struggle with hunger. That’s nearly 50 million of us. One way to raise awareness here is to have people experience the struggles faced by low-income families.

Star Walk at Vanderbilt Football Spring Game (4/14/12)

vucommodores.com – Vanderbilt Football team makes its way through Star Walk an hour prior to the Black and Gold Spring Game on April 14, 2012.

Steele Creek Explorer EP 3 – Geology

On this episode of Steele Creek Park Explorer… Naturalist Jeremy Stout digs into the geology of Bristol’s Steele Creek Park.

Bristol’s Big Room – ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band

This episode of Bristol’s Big Room features the Bluegrass Pride Band from East Tennessee State University.

Paper Windows – Photo Contest

Paper Windows: A Photographic Vision of Bristol, a community photo contest kicked off on Friday, March 30, 2012 as Bristol began a year-long call for photo entries in twelve different sessions during the next 12 months as a means of collecting and sharing images of our community. The project intends to collect photos of the [...]

Bristol’s Big Room – Annie Robinette

This episode of Bristol’s Big Room features award-winning singer-songwriter and Bristol native Annie Robinette.

Antiquities of Bristol – Bristol City Plan

Bristol historian Bud Phillips shares a story of downtown’s earliest beginnings.

Bristol’s Most Wanted Update

Help the Bristol Police Department keep our community crime free. Call 764-TIPS if you have information on one of these suspects.

Bristol’s Big Room – Beth Snapp

This episode of Bristol’s Big Room features Northeast Tennessee singer-songwriter Beth Snapp.

Vanderbilt MBB Pep Rally – NCAA Tournament (3/17/12)

vucommodores.com – Vanderbilt’s Spirit of Gold band along with the cheer and dance teams perform at the team hotel prior to the Commodores’ matchup with Wisconsin at the NCAA Tournament in Albuquerque. (March 17, 2012)

Antiquities of Bristol – Firsts of Bristol

Bristol historian Bud Phillips details some of Bristol’s firsts.

AIPP – Artistic Excellence 2012

Winners of the Art in Public Places Artistic Excellence 2012 exhibit held at the Bristol Public Library.

City Council Meeting – Mar. 6, 2012

Replay of the March 6, 2012 Bristol, TN City Council meeting.

BTPD – Medical Alert Program

Find out how you can protect the ones you love with the Bristol Police Department’s medical alert program.

Bristol’s Big Room – Various Artist

This episode of Bristol’s Big Room features a collection of new performances from some of the show’s past feature artist.

Value of an Ag Degree

Agriculture is one of the most diverse fields of study at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Caula Beyl, Dean of UT’s College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources explains the value of an ag degree

Inside Bristol EP 8

On this episode of Inside Bristol…The Bristol Tennessee Fire Department’s Jack Spurgeon stops buy to discuss the BTFD’s Citizen’s Fire Academy. We’ll tell you about a special recycling program at Fairmount Elmentaty. Plus, Anita Machado sits down with Sheridan to discuss the Bristol Public Library’s 2012 Discovery series.

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