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US Programs Selected for INPUT and US Producer Fellowships Available!

By A. Shumaker

INPUT facilitators having fun and stuff themselves in booths

Don't get stuck in a box! Explore the hottest trends in new TV formats and storytelling on multiple platforms and technology. Interact with your international public media colleagues in lively screening sessions facilitated by fellow producers from around the world.   Join us for for creative inspiration and incredible networking opportunities at INPUT 2017 in Thessaloniki, Greece on May 7 - 11. 

Kathy Heffley, Regional President of South Carolina, Wells Fargo

By K. Park

Kathy Heffley of Wells Fargo

Kathy Heffley, Regional President of South Carolina for Wells Fargo discusses what it takes to succeed in the field of finance and beyond and shares her personal story of growth and accomplishment.

In a dynamic and growing Southern career landscape, Palmetto Voices looks to identify female leaders in South Carolina to share the experiences, skills and decisions that have brought them success. These voices of the Palmetto State offer advice and suggestions for excellence in various career clusters and fields of study.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, February 2017

By L. O'Bryon

Liberty and Slavery: The Paradox of America’s Founding Fathers

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

This month SCETV offers a new “SCETV Presents” special to the nation. Liberty and Slavery: The Paradox of America’s Founding Fathers takes a unique look at how our founding fathers struggled for liberty and equality, while at the same time embracing slavery.

We again broadcast the annual Black History Teleconference, The Struggle Continues: Crisis in Black Education. Also offered nationally, this program gives students the chance to talk to prominent African Americans about their paths to success.

Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America’s Founding Fathers

By A. Shumaker

Liberty & Slavery: The Paradox of America’s Founding Fathers | SCETV Presents

Liberty & Slavery by A. Troy Thomas and Christopher P. Marshall

Revolutionary America was a place of extraordinary paradox. America's Founding Fathers were men  yearning for a nation of individual liberty and unprecedented independence.  Thomas Jefferson expressed this desire for freedom from England in the Declaration of Independence in 1776 by writing: 

World of Opera Ends Production

By G. Rawls

World of Opera

With regret, we announce that World of Opera, produced and distributed by WDAV Classical Public Radio and South Carolina Public Radio, has ended production; the final episode of the series was broadcast on December 10. The provider of the recorded live operatic performances that are the mainstay of the series, the European Broadcasting Union, was no longer able to continue to deliver these performances. SC Public Radio was proud to be a part of this tradition begun by NPR decades ago.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, December 2016

By L. O'Bryon

A Chef’s Life  Deck the Halls

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

As 2016 winds to a close, SCETV ends the year with a bang, continuing the wonderful pledge programming we began last month. Lots of music specials are scheduled, including the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: 50 Years; Rocktopia: Live in Budapost; Il Volo: Notte Magica; and California Dreamin’: The Story of the Mamas and the Papas.

Behind the Scenes with South Carolina Public Radio's Vincent Kolb-Lugo

By T. Safdi

South Carolina Public Radio

Meet Vincent Kolb-Lugo. He's a radio producer at South Carolina Public Radio. Go behind the scenes as he describes what he does at the station and why it's important for South Carolina.

South Carolina Public Radio was started in 1972 as "South Carolina Educational Radio," a part of South Carolina ETV, the state’s educational television agency. For more information about the station visit the website.

SC Public Radio's News stations include: 

Give the Gift of SCETV and SC Public Radio on Giving Tuesday

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As the Executive Director of the ETV Endowment, I know all of us here do our work not just because we love making sure you have access to the exceptional programs you love, but because we want to make a difference in South Carolina. We want to expand horizons, keep people informed and bring families together through exceptional programming.

As hard as we work, we can’t do it alone. We count on the exceptional people that support us through the ETV Endowment. They’ve made the commitment to supporting this service that’s so important to them and to our state.

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