Tiger TV is a branch of Tiger Media Network, the official broadcasting arm of UST. Tiger TV is in charge of the television programs of TMN, which range from news, entertainment, religious, and sports shows, as well as handling the airing of special projects. These shows are produced by Thomasian students for Thomasian students, and always aim to bring the most relevant and entertaining content to their audience.
Tiger TV is also a multi-award-winning broadcast station, winning several Quill awards, with the most recent ones being for Tiger TV’s health show “Lifeline” and for “Para kanino ka naglalaro”, the 2018 UAAP video series. We’ve also been recognized internationally, winning 3 awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Student Awards in New York. As of February 2021, Tiger TV’s online presence is strong and constantly growing, with almost 35k followers on its Facebook page, and a steady increase of followers on its Twitter and Instagram pages. Tiger TV is also the go-to platform for Thomasians to view special events, with streams amassing 28k views and over 50k interactions.
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A magazine show that highlights the Thomasian identity and culture with various aspects and perspectives. The different segments explores UST life, specifically the Thomasian customs, traditions, and overall lifestyle.
A five-to-seven minute video series that tackles the relevant issues in the mental health of the Thomasian community. The show focuses on coping strategies that helps many Filipinos in this time of crisis. Mental health professionals are invited to give insights about the phenomenon or emotions that Filipinos experience today and its effects on individuals and society. This is in partnership with UST Career and Counseling Center.
A 15-minute sports magazine show that features the latest sports news and developments on Thomasian sports. It concentrates on the sports that matter most to the Thomasians, including all the sporting events of the UAAP, the Thomasian Goodwill Games and more.
A fun, casual, and light lifestyle show that features countries and provinces that Thomasians grew up, or currently living in and shares their experiences through vlogs with an interview segment.
A health news program that aims to address current health risks and trends which are relevant to the Thomasian community. Lifeline utilizes different social media platforms to produce various content ranging from 20-minute talk shows and infographics to short educational video segments.
A testament to its dedication to producing not only relevant and timely stories but quality and top-notch media content, the UST Tiger TV is recognized and awarded by both local and international award-giving bodies in the field of Communication and Media.
The following is a running list of UST Tiger TV’s accomplishments:
Philippine Student Quill Awards - Paskuhang Para sa Iyo (Excellence Award for Communication Skills) by Andrea Soriano
In the service of more than
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1,046 followers on Tiktok