ETV’s reach in South Carolina goes well beyond Radio and TV. ETV supports education, promotes transparency, partners with public safety, connects citizens, and improves the quality of life and job readiness for the state. Join us for a look at some of ETV’s services and what people are saying about ETV.
ETV Community and State Partners
South Carolina State Library
ETV partners with the SC State Library to provide educational resources to K-12 teachers and students, and shares the mission of providing equal access to information for all South Carolinians. Both institutions believe in the value of collaboration, and that the best possible results are achieved through partnerships and teamwork. ETV’s StreamlineSC houses programs initiated by the State Library, such as Reading Rooster Recommends, with Helen Fellers from the South Carolina Center for Children’s Books & Literacy. In these videos, streamed on-demand in schools, Ms. Fellers reads entertaining selections for beginning readers and makes recommendations for children’s books.
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S.C. Emergency Management Division
ETV partners with SC EMD to broadcast emergency alert messages that originate from the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC). ETV also broadcasts state office closings as the Media of Record during inclement weather on ETV and ETV Radio. ETV provides staff to maintain the press pool coverage at the SEOC during emergencies. Tower space is provided to EMD for the Local Government Radio (LGR) system at six ETV towers.
The mission of the South Carolina Emergency Management Division is to develop, coordinate, and lead the state emergency management program, enabling effective preparation for, and efficient response to, emergencies and disasters…
Municipal Association of South Carolina
ETV partners with the Municipal Association of South Carolina (MASC) to provide the Municipal Elected Officials Institute to elected officials and staff throughout the state. ETV hosts several teleconferences each year, which are transmitted via the Internet for live viewing statewide. ETV then makes those videos available on-demand throughout the year.
Formed in 1939, the Municipal Association of South Carolina represents and serves the state's 270 incorporated municipalities. The Association is dedicated to the principle of its founding members: to offer the services, programs and tools that will give municipal officials the knowledge, experience and tools for enabling the most efficient…