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SCETV App

Moving to meet the needs of South Carolinians globally, SCETV has launched its very first station-branded public media App. The SCETV App features local and national content, giving viewers and listeners content at their fingertips. 

On the television front, viewers are able to access on-demand videos for some of their most beloved local and national programming. The broadcast schedule is available with the option of push notifications to be sent as a reminder for watching programs live.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, March 2016

The Chuck Wagon Gang

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

This spring, SCETV’s Festival offers exceptional, thought-provoking programming from March 5–20. New specials such as The Chuck Wagon Gang, Celtic Woman: Destiny, and The Patient’s Playbook with Dr. Leslie Michelson join favorites including Remembering the Carpenters, Burt Bacharach’s Best and Lawrence Welk’s God Bless America for two weeks of enlightening entertainment.

Georgia O’Keeffe: A Woman on Paper

By G. Rawls

American artist Georgia O’Keeffe

American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) has been called the “Mother of American Modernism,” well-known for her flowing, colorful works of flowers and plants as well as Southwestern landscapes. In November 2014, her painting Jimson Weed, White Flower No. 1 was auctioned for $44.4 million dollars, making it the highest-selling work of art by a female artist.  Her journey turns out have distinctly South Carolina roots, explored in CAROLINA STORIES: Georgia O'Keeffe, A Woman on Paper, airing Thursday March 3 at 8:00 p.m. on ETV.

SC Grandmother Fights HIV/AIDS in PBS Film

By G. Rawls

Wilhemina Dixon, worries about her granddaughter Dayshal, born HIV positive

Meet Wilhemina Dixon from Williston, South Carolina, a one-woman army fighting for her family’s survival, in a new film from Independent LensWilhemina’s War shows the devastating toll of the scourge of HIV/AIDS, one of the leading causes of death for black women in the rural south. Shot over the course of five years, the film bears witness to the resilience and determination of the human spirit in the face of tremendous adversity.

South Carolina Entities Taking Bold Steps to Affect Climate Change

By K. Park

South Carolina pier at the ocean with swelling tides

In 2015, the United Nations Climate Conference passed the historic Paris Agreement, signed by representatives of 196 nations. This agreement, combined with the scientific findings on climate change, is a testament to the international consensus that climate change and its effects are to be addressed with urgency, in order to assure a habitable planet for future generations.

Bending Sticks

By G. Rawls

Artist Patrick Dougherty's Rock Hill, SC installation.

The film Bending Sticks celebrates the twenty-five year career of internationally renowned environmental artist Patrick Dougherty, who has created hundreds of monumental, site-specific sculptures out of nothing more than saplings. The film follows the artist and his collaborators during a year of stick work in the Carolinas and reveals Dougherty’s process, personal story and inspirations.  The film airs Thursday, February 25 at 9:00 p.m. on South Carolina ETV.

Can’t Stop the Water

By G. Rawls

A homeowner stands in water surrounding her home.

Behind Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill, there is a much larger, more devastating problem: the loss of thousands of miles of marshlands protecting the Gulf Coast. Southeast Louisiana is the fastest disappearing landmass on earth. As its fertile lands are destroyed, America is losing one of its most extraordinary regions.  Can’t Stop the Water airs Thursday, Feb. 18 at 9:30 p.m. on South Carolina ETV.

Film Reveals the Controversial Life and Work of SC Author

By G. Rawls

Julia Peterkin

The controversial life of South Carolina author Julia Peterkin, the white wife of a plantation owner who won a 1929 Pulitzer Prize for her book, Scarlet Sister Mary, is the subject of the one-hour documentary, “The World of Julia Peterkin: Cheating the Stillness,” which airs Thursday, February 18 at 8:00 p.m. on South Carolina ETV.

Counter Histories: Rock Hill

By G. Rawls

Actors recreate the Friendship 9 at the lunch counter.

Counter Histories: Rock Hill brings 1961 to life through the lives and words of the Friendship 9 whose actions ignited a passion that rose into the famed Freedom Rides, bringing the United States closer to major Civil rights reform.  The film airs Thursday, February 18th at 9:00 p.m. on South Carolina ETV. 

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