Aimee Crouch

Senior Producer for News and Public Affairs
Aimee Crouch

Aimee Crouch is South Carolina ETV’s (SCETV) Senior Producer for News and Public Affairs, where she produces two weekly statewide programs, “Palmetto Scene” and “This Week in South Carolina.” She is the lead producer on all live political events, including political debates and election night coverage. She is a Charleston native and a graduate of Lander University in Greenwood, SC. She began her career with SCETV and has been with the organization for over 20 years. A four-time Emmy Award nominee (Southeast Region), she was the recipient of the 2016 Emmy Award for “Remembering Charleston.” She is also the recipient of a Telly Award and a Green Eye Shade Journalism Award. A graduate of The Dick Riley Institute at Furman University’s Diversity Fellowship Program in 2016 and The Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s Editorial Integrity and Leadership Initiative at Arizona State University in 2019.

 

Stories

By Aimee Crouch

May 22, 2019

Greenville
There are currently hundreds of homeless people roaming the streets of Greenville, a city nationally recognized for its amazing growth and beauty. To help with the issue, a group of senior citizens started an initiative called SEARCHlight to help find caring solutions for its homeless population...

By Aimee Crouch

April 22, 2019

Gates
Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. joined South Carolina ETV's Beryl Dakers in Beaufort, South Carolina to discuss his latest project, Reconstruction.

By Aimee Crouch

February 27, 2019

Swinney Addresses Legislature
In a joint session of the S.C. House and S.C. Senate, Clemson Coach Dabo Swinney and the Clemson football team were honored for winning the 2018 national championship. Swinney addressed both chambers, where he spoke of working together for the betterment of South Carolina.

By Aimee Crouch

December 12, 2018

Christmas tree
Since 1981, the Columbia Garden Club has been decorating the South Carolina Governor's Mansion. Each year the theme changes, but the decorations are always fresh and beautiful. We take a tour of this year's festive decorations, with an appearance from a special guest., the first dog, Mac!

By Aimee Crouch

October 10, 2018

paint
The arts are important throughout our lives, but especially in the early stages. This summer, the Children’s Fine and Performing Arts Foundation in Charleston hosted a special day, where children with autism learned to express themselves using self-portraits.

By Aimee Crouch

September 25, 2018

Mother Emanuel
Three years ago, the people of Mother Emanuel A.M.E. Church, the city of Charleston, and our entire state, mourned the tragic deaths of nine parishioners. As the church celebrated the 200th anniversary of its joining the A.M.E. church, a plan was unveiled by Michael Arad, the architect who designed...

By Aimee Crouch

September 13, 2018

Antenna
With Hurricane Florence heading to the coast, communications could become an issue between emergency personnel. HAM, or amateur radio, is used when nothing else will work. S.C. Emergency Management Director, Kim Stenson said, "Amateur radio, ham radio, is extremely important to emergency management...

By Aimee Crouch

September 12, 2018

Food
As Hurricane Florence heads for South Carolina, the probability of many in the area losing power and flooding is high. One area that this can affect is food safety. The USDA recommends consumers take the following steps to reduce waste and the risk of foodborne illness before, during and after the...

By Aimee Crouch

June 27, 2018

Bekker and Fuller
This past spring, the Charleston Symphony Orchestra performed a concert that was accompanied by a very special, unique, and OLD violin. In fact, this violin is over 300 years old and it one of the world's most celebrated instruments. South Carolina Public Radio’s Bradley Fuller talked with Yuriy...

By Aimee Crouch

May 15, 2018

pipe organ
Since 1979, the Piccolo Spoleto Festival held in Charleston has featured a series of pipe organ recitals each day for two weeks beginning on Memorial Day weekend. This year, there are 12 recitals featuring seasoned professionals and gifted young organists from across the U.S. David Kiser , host of...

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