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U.S. Input

U.S. Input

SCETV facilitates the U.S. voice in the global discussion about public television by managing the U.S. INPUT Secretariat and serving as the U.S. INPUT National Coordinator.

INPUT is dedicated to the proposition that television should be public service in the public interest. The access to the most honest, innovative, provocative, courageous and challenging broadcasting is a universal fundamental right. INPUT has organized international television's most important annual screening conference for more than 35 years. This unique event is held in a different country each year and encourages the development of public television around the world.

In 1984, SCETV hosted INPUT…

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Ninety Six National Historic Site

Ninety Six National Historic Site

South Carolina ETV and the University of South Florida's Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies are working collaboratively with the Ninety Six National Historic site to produce a public documentary highlighting the technology and the story of the Kosciusko tunnel located at the park.

This project is a partnership between the mentioned entities and throws light on a lesser known part of the Revolutionary War History. The Kosciuzsko (pronounced KOS CHoos'CO) tunnel which is located leading up to Star Fort, is a tunnel that was dug by patriots in an effort to dislodge the British…

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Central Carolina Community Foundation

Central Carolina Community Foundation

Central Carolina Community Foundation hosts the annual Best of Philanthropy Awards, in conjunction with Columbia Metropolitan Magazine, to honor ordinary people in our community who are making significant contributions through their life’s work. We created the awards to celebrate these people who make giving back a priority for themselves, their family or their business.

We encourage members of our community to nominate co-workers, friends and associates. The spirit of these awards is to honor the people in our community whose actions often go unnoticed except by those who are directly affected by their generosity.  Involvement and time are two of the…

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