The ETV Endowment is a nonprofit that provides funding to create original, local SCETV programs and syndicate your favorite international shows.
4 reasons to give to the ETV Endowment today:
Donations to the ETV Endowment allow us to syndicate national news and entertainment from NPR, BBC, and other public radio stations around the world.
- Morning Edition
- All Things Considered
- BBC News Hour
- Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!
“SCETV and SC Public Radio give the audience an overall idea of what’s truly happening in the world. Programs are not opinionated—they give you the facts and allow you to make your own decisions.”
The Endowment helps SCETV produce programs you won’t find anywhere else highlighting South Carolina’s unique culture, history, and natural beauty.
- Walter Edgar’s Journal
- Making It Grow
- Nature Notes
- Chamber Music from Spoleto USA
“Well, why wouldn't I support the ETV Endowment? Just as the library is a needed institution in our community, so are SCETV and SC Public Radio.”
Donations to the ETV Endowment let us syndicate popular scripted dramas from PBS and BBC and award-winning PBS Kids programs for our youngest viewers.
- Mr. Selfridge
- Mercy Street
- Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
- Curious George
- Victoria (coming 2017)
“Whenever you watch commercial TV, your mind can be parked in neutral. But when you watch SCETV, you have to put your mind in gear. SCETV’s programs are entertaining and educational, so they cause you to actually think!”
The ETV Endowment funds original TV programs that explore local politics and documentary series that offer a comprehensive look at issues affecting our state.
- Making It Grow
- Carolina Stories
- Palmetto Scene
- State House Today
- Original SC
“I love SCETV because the programs get to the heart of an issue or situation; it’s an honest approach. Plus, there are no advertisements that interrupt programming.”
J. Robert Strickler