Who is affected?
Because of FCC regulation and funding processes, as well as available grant funding, the IP video streaming system upgrades are being rolled out in phases. Some districts have aquired an built the systems with thier own funding. Phase 1 districts in green were completed in 2009. Phase II funding has just been currently been approved. Phase II the districts are in fuchsia and Phase III districts seeking funding are in white.
|York 1, 2, 3, and 4||Lexington 1, 2, 3, 4|
|Marlboro||Richland 1 & 2|
|Union||Laurens 55 and 56|
|Calhoun||Dorchester 2 & 4|
|Florence 1, 3 & 4||Dillon 1 & 3|
|Marion 1, 2 & 7||Sumter 2|
|Charleston||Clarendon 1, 2 & 3|
|Orangeburg 3, 4 & 5||Bamberg 1 & 2|
|Barnwell 19, 29 & 45||Hampton 1 & 2|
|Abbeville||Anderson 1, 2, 4, 5|
|Florence 2, 5||Greenville|
|Greenwood 50, 51, 52||McCormick|
Plans, funding and upgrades for the remaining districts are currently being initiated. Districts interested in acquiring IP System information, grant funding, or a Demo of services, please contact David Beverley at 800-922-4848. Meanwhile, K-12 programs are available through EBS analog broadcast channels, satellite channels and web services, including OnePlaceSC and ETV StreamlineSC. ETV will continue to provide educational resources for all 85 public school districts, private and home schools.