Inside ETV Endowment

  • Even Queens Need Estate Plans

    Estate planning is not often in the national spotlight, but recently The New York Times broke this news about the Queen of Soul:

    "Aretha Franklin left no will when she died last week at the age of 76, according to documents filed on Tuesday in a Michigan court, which could result in details of her personal finances being made public."

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    What's The SCOOP?

    The SCoop is a place where you can share what questions you have about South Carolina’s places, food, history or people, and SCETV will turn them into stories. We invite you to submit your questions and vote for which ones you want SCETV to investigate.

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  • Cassidy

    Meet ETV Endowment Intern Cassidy Haynes

    My name is Cassidy Haynes and I’m a Savannah native. I’m currently studying at the Savannah College of Art and Design. My major is Dramatic Writing and my minor is Film and TV. In my free time I play ukulele and enjoy painting.

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  • Shannon Simmons

    Meet ETV Endowment Intern Shannon Simmons

    For the past 37 years, the ETV Endowment has proudly supported a 10-week paid summer internship for college students who wish to explore a career in media. We sat down with one of the 2018 interns, Shannon Simmons, a senior at Winthrop University to hear her public media story.

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  • ATK

    We’re cooking up great things this summer!

    In less than two weeks, the co-hosts from America's Test Kitchen will visit the Palmetto state for an exciting event at SCETV studios in Columbia. A fundamental part of the SCETV and South Carolina Channel cooking program block, America's Test Kitchen is midway through its 18th season on public television.

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  • Imelda Golden

    Meet ETV Endowment Intern Imelda Golden

    There are many reasons why I am excited to serve as an intern at SCETV but the main one would be that I am happy to work with an organization that provides shows like Sesame Street and Between the Lions, which helped foster in me and many others a love for education and knowledge.

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  • Radio

    South Carolina Public Radio’s Thelisha Eaddy

    Thelisha Eaddy joined SC Public Radio’s team of reporters to cover the long-term recovery of the October 2015 flood that swept over South Carolina. Since then, Eaddy has reported and produced many stories about citizens and nonprofits working together to rebuild homes and lives. 

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