Inside ETV Endowment

  • Sean Scott

    Gaining Hands-On Experience as an ETV Endowment Intern

    “I would recommend this internship to others because you get great hands-on experience interning with SCETV. So many times I was sent out by myself to cover some event or story, and the best way to learn and get better at anything is to actually do it. Many of my friends interned at bigger stations in big cities like New York City, but that limited their opportunities—something which was never the case for me at SCETV this summer."

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  • Summer of Space

    A Window to the World is Open to All

    Dear ETV Endowment Member,

    Summer is my favorite season. I always carve out time to explore new places–whether it’s far away or right in my neighborhood—and learn more about topics that spark my interest.

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  • One State, Many Voices

    Dear ETV Endowment Member,

    We hope this letter finds you enjoying a relaxing summer with family, friends and exceptional South Carolina ETV and South Carolina Public Radio programming.  We have just closed another fiscal year at the Endowment, and it may just be the best one in our history…thanks to you!  So many exciting things are underway, including a campaign to produce even more local, original programs that make SCETV and SC Public Radio unique and beloved by us all. 

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  • Awards for Charlie's Place

    Charlie’s Place, an SCETV production, recently received two honors: a Telly Award Bronze in the history category and an Emmy Award nomination for Best Historical/Cultural-Program from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast.

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  • Spoleto

    Spoleto Festival USA on South Carolina Public Radio

    Spoleto Festival USA returns to Charleston May 24 through June 9. Every weekday during the festival, South Carolina Public Radio’s Sonatas and Soundscapes will be there, broadcasting live with host Bradley Fuller, providing the latest happenings, along with guest interviews, previews of upcoming performances and highlights.

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  • Mister Rogers and Halley’s Comet

    February 6, 1986, Morgantown, West Virginia — Driving to pick up my son from the sitter, I heard a news bulletin on the radio. There was an accident at the Loveridge Coal Preparation Plant, and I knew that my husband, a mining engineer, was working on a project at that plant that day. When it was confirmed that he had been in the accident, a friend took my children to her house; and I waited by the phone.

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