ETV Roadshow Handbook
August 21, 2008
The ETV Roadshow Website invites users to explore South Carolina’s landscape through ETV video segments. Along the way, ETV looks forward to seeing your comments and suggestions about the clips as we work toward a comprehensive “best of” map of past Roadshow adventures. Want to see more clips about a certain subject? Perhaps we’ve featured your favorite museum, restaurant, musical act or park and you would like to sing its praises. We encourage you to interact with the segments, an activity that will help shape future ETV content.
The ETV Roadshow site uses features provided by Google Maps and You Tube, both external links that reach outside MyETV.org’s domain. Providing links to a non-SCETV Web site does not constitute an endorsement by ETV or any of its employees of the sponsors of the site or the information or products presented on the site.
The Website was constructed using several well known applications, including Youtube, Google Maps and Google Earth. Its structure is similar to that of a blog, where users are able to comment on videos by clicking on a “comments” link.
The following guides will help you navigate the major components of ETV’s Roadshow site:
Primary maps on the site are generated using Google Maps. The Google Maps Help Center provides an introduction on how to interact with this mapping tool.
Google Maps Help Center
Roadshow videos are handled by YouTube (please read disclaimer), a video hosting and sharing website. The YouTube Handbook provides a general overview and user manual for making the most of your YouTube viewing experience.