• 06/07/2018

    South Carolina Public Radio’s Thelisha Eaddy

    By Natalyn Klump

    ​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. She has helped...

  • 06/06/2018

    Meet Jenna Schiferl

    By Natalyn Klump

    Jenna Schiferl

    Jenna fell in love with public media at a young age. Now in college, she is able to learn how the stories come to life during her 10-week paid summer internship through the ETV Endowment. We recently sat down with Jenna, a rising senior at the University of South Carolina, to learn more about her...

  • 06/05/2018

    Letter from the SCETV President

    By Anthony Padgett, President & CEO, SCETV

    Dear Viewers and Listeners: The Spoleto Festival USA is in Charleston through June 10, and SC Public Radio’s Bradley Fuller is there to bring listeners the highlights of this world-class arts festival on Sonatas and Soundscapes . In addition, SC Public Radio does its remarkable quick turnaround of...

  • 06/04/2018

    Back Again!

    By Raven Furber

    Raven Furber - ETV Endowment Intern

    I was born and raised in Boiling Springs, South Carolina, however I always tell others that I’m from Spartanburg. I used to think Spartanburg was dull and stifling, but over the past few years the city has grown into a cultural hub for the upstate. I attend the University of South Carolina Upstate...

  • 05/30/2018

    Meet ETV Endowment Intern Rebecca Dymock

    By Natalyn Klump

    ETV Endowment Intern

    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. Previously, interns have been placed at South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio in Columbia as well as SCETV’s regional stations in...

  • 05/24/2018

    You are invited to lunch!

    By Rachel Chesser

    Update: This event will be re-scheduled for the fall. Please join me for lunch on Tuesday, June 12th for the first in a series of free workshops exploring how you can easily incorporate charitable giving into your estate plans. We’ll enjoy lunch together, have a lively discussion with the always-...

  • 05/21/2018

    Sonatas and Soundscapes Broadcasts Live During Spoleto Festival USA

    By Natalyn Klump

    Sonatas & Soundscapes

    Sonatas and Soundscapes will broadcast live from Charleston during this year’s Spoleto Festival USA. Host Bradley Fuller blends music with festival-focused interviews to create a spontaneous atmosphere, making listeners feel like they are at Spoleto. The 17-day festival runs from May 25 to June 10...

  • 05/16/2018

    Thank You for Bringing Great Stories to Our Community

    By Coby C. Hennecy, CPA, CFRE

    Dear ETV Endowment Member, Who doesn’t love a good book? There’s a physical thrill in picking up a new hardcover, the feel of binding, the smell of the pages, flipping through to look at the illustrations. You can’t beat audiobooks, e-readers or downloads to your tablet or phone for convenience,...

  • 05/14/2018

    Royal Wedding Watch airs on SCETV

    By Ty Moody, SCETV

    Go behind the headlines with host Meredith Vieira for the history, ceremony and traditions shaping the wedding of Prince Henry and Meghan Markle. Experts, commentators and guests join Vieira and U.K. host Matt Baker, while Anita Rani reports from Windsor. The ROYAL WEDDING WATCH schedule is below:...

  • 05/10/2018

    A New Perspective on the Classic Little Women

    By Natalyn Klump

    Little Women

    There are some stories that never lose their appeal, and Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women is one of them! Presented by Masterpiece, the new, three-part adaptation of Little Women features a dynamic cast including the legendary Angela Lansbury as the cantankerous Aunt March. Vivacious young...

  • 05/08/2018

    South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio Broadcast Nominated for Regional Emmy®

    By Glenn Rawls, SCETV


    South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio's co-production of the live TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE has been nominated for a regional Emmy for Special Event Coverage. Congratulations to our staff, including Renée Layson, Aimee Crouch, Beryl Dakers and Kevin Jordan. Host Dakers, with public radio and...

  • 05/07/2018

    The Great American Read

    By Natalyn Klump

    Great American Read

    What do Americans Read? What books inspire and influence us—individually and as a society? To find the answers, a demographically representative survey was commissioned, and people throughout America were asked to list their favorite books and why they chose them. Members of an advisory panel,...

  • 05/02/2018

    New Programs Added to SCETV Passport

    By Natalyn Klump

    A Child in Time

    Even more of your favorite shows and episodes have been added to SCETV Passport , an ETV Endowment member benefit providing you with extended access to a rich library of public television programming. Jamestown comes from the creators of Downton Abbey to SCETV Passport members. This new dramatic...

  • 04/30/2018

    A Chef's Life Wins Daytime Emmy

    By Glenn Rawls, SCETV

    Daytime Emmy

    A Chef’s Life has won the Daytime Emmy® for Outstanding Culinary Program. Hosted by Emmy nominee Vivian Howard, the series is in its fifth year on PBS and presented nationally by South Carolina ETV. Director Cynthia Howard has previously won for her work on the series. A Chef's Life is a half-hour...

  • 04/26/2018

    Vince Kolb-Lugo Brings You News and Weather Weekday Afternoons

    By ETV Endowment

    You know his voice. Vince Kolb-Lugo brings South Carolina Public Radio listeners stories from across the state, and news and weather information in the afternoons during All Things Considered . Whether you are in your home, out for your afternoon run or heading home from work, Vince keeps you up-to...