Andrew Davis

Digital Media Production Assistant
Andrew Davis

“Emollit Mores Nec Sinit Esse Feros” – “Learning Humanizes Character, and Does Not Permit It To Be Cruel.”

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 the Digital Media Production Assistant for  Andrew has been at ETV since 2017, and is able combine his passion for history, with video production skills, to create digital content for


By Andrew Davis

May 29, 2020

“Let’s Go!” enables visitors to view historic S.C. sites, anytime, anywhere!
South Carolina ETV’s Telly Award-winning virtual reality series “Let’s Go!” brings a collection of unique and fascinating sites throughout the state to the convenience of your computer and/or smart device! So, what are the top 10 “Let’s Go!” sites in South Carolina? Join us as we count down the...

By Andrew Davis

May 28, 2020

SC African American History Calendar: June Honoree – James S. Hall
Reverend James S. Hall Jr. was born in 1932, in Marion, S.C. to Reverend James S. Hall Sr. and Mrs. Eliza Hall. Hall attended primary school in Marion and then earned a B.S. in Education and a Bachelor of Divinity degree from Morris College in Sumter, S.C.

By Andrew Davis

April 28, 2020

SC African American History Calendar: May Honoree - Benjamin James Glover
Rev. Dr. Benjamin James Glover was born in the Promised Land community near Greenwood, S.C., on October 26, 1915. From the age of seven, he was inspired to accept the calling of becoming a pastor and prepared himself for a lifetime of teaching and educating people about God. He attended the public...

By Andrew Davis

April 11, 2020

The S.C. State House
Calling all history enthusiasts! South Carolina’s history is arguably one of the richest in the United States – from the prehistoric era to the present day, our state has so many stories to tell. One way to learn more about South Carolina’s history is to physically visit historical sites and...

By Andrew Davis

March 25, 2020

SC African American History Calendar April Honoree – Judge Richard E. Fields
Judge Richard E. Fields was born and raised in Charleston, S.C. He attended high school at the Avery Institute, graduated from West Virginia State College in 1944, and earned his law degree in 1947 from the Howard University School of Law. He was one of the first African Americans to open a law office in Charleston since the early 1900s. Judge Fields’ private and professional endeavors have included many religious, civic, and political activities, acquiring leadership positions in each area.

By Andrew Davis

February 27, 2020

SC African American History Calendar - March Honoree: Mignon Clyburn
Mignon L. Clyburn became the first woman head of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) when she was appointed Acting Chair by President Barack Obama in May 2013. She was also the first African American woman nominated to the commission. She served on the FCC for nearly nine years.

By Andrew Davis

January 29, 2020

SC African American History Calendar:  February Honoree – Reubin Bookert
Rear Admiral Reubin B. Bookert is a native of Columbia, S.C. He graduated from C.A. Johnson High School in 1968 and North Carolina A&T State University with a B.S. degree. He also earned degrees in National Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College and a M.S. in Management from...

By Andrew Davis

January 1, 2020

SC African American History Calendar: January Honoree - Vivian Ayers Allen
A native of Chester, S.C., Dr. Vivian Ayers Allen is a poet, cultural activist, and American classicist. A 1939 graduate of the historic Brainerd Institute in Chester, Dr. Ayers attended Barber-Scotia College and Bennett College. Dr. Ayers has also received Honorary Doctorate Degrees from Bennett College and Wilberforce University.

By Andrew Davis

December 1, 2019

SC African American History Calendar: December Honoree - Isaac Washington
Isaac Washington Sr., son of Oliver and Elizabeth S. Washington, was born in Columbia, S.C., in 1942. He is a graduate of C.A. Johnson High School and Benedict College. As a high school and college student, he participated in numerous civil rights marches, sit-ins and other activities in the...

By Andrew Davis

October 31, 2019

Celebrate Halloween with South Carolina Folklore, Ghosts, and Legends!
Halloween can be a fun and festive holiday for both children and adults. But it also can be a spooky time when one can have unexpected encounters with the supernatural, or paranormal. It seems that wherever one travels, each destination will have its fair share of folklore, local legends, or even...