Andrew Davis

Production Manager, Digital

Andrew Davis graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2012, with his bachelor’s degree in history. After completing a video and editing internship at SCETV’s Columbia location, he now serves as a Production Manager for and  Andrew has been at ETV since 2017, and is able combine his passion for history, with video production skills, to create digital content for

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    The Life of Astronaut Ron McNair - Trivia Quiz

    January 28 marks the anniversary of the Space Shuttle 'Challenger' disaster. This week's quiz is in honor of South Carolina astronaut Ron McNair. How well do you know Ron McNair's life and career? Find out below!
  • South Carolina and Civil Rights - Trivia Quiz

    This week's quiz, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, is all about South Carolina's role in the Civil Rights Movement: spotlighting significant achievements for progress, and the South Carolinians who helped make them happen! Think you know your civil rights history...
  • The Best Pizzas in the Palmetto State!

    Who doesn’t love a slice of hot pizza every now and again? From a simple cheese pizza to one loaded up with your favorite toppings, the week of January 9 – 15 is National Pizza Week. In observance of the occasion, this week’s Walter Edgar SC Quiz will test your knowledge...
  • Happy Holidays in South Carolina - Trivia Quiz

    December 25 is Christmas Day, and South Carolina ETV would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holidays! How well do you know South Carolina's connections to Christmas and the Holidays? Test your knowledge with the quiz below!
  • Modjeska Monteith-Simkins House | Let's Go!

    Built between 1890 and 1895, this one-story cottage was home to Modjeska Monteith Simkins, considered "the Matriarch of Civil Rights activists of South Carolina," from 1932 until her death on April 5, 1992.
  • Mann-Simons Site | Let's Go!

    The Mann-Simons Site, home to the same entrepreneurial African American family for nearly 130 years, traces the journey of Columbia’s African American community from enslavement through urban renewal.