Kaitlyn Cannon

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Kaitlyn Cannon graduated with a degree in Telecommunications from Penn State University. After completing several video and editing internships during her schooling, she discovered her passion for television and storytelling. She has been at SCETV since 2016: producing, directing, and editing public affairs content for the regional area of Rock Hill, South Carolina. She is also a PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Lab Mentor. She mentors schools on the technical and creative aspects of pre-production, production, and post-production. 

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By Kaitlyn Cannon

October 25, 2019

The Wall that Heals
On a beautiful Fall day, several visitors make their way to the Riverwalk community in Rock Hill, South Carolina. This day is special because instead of heading to the BMX track to watch a race, visitors are headed to the soccer field to honor and celebrate Vietnam Veterans at The Wall That Heals...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

October 10, 2019

Rock Hill Water Filter Plant
On Wednesday, October 9, there was a 20” water main break at the Water Plant on Cherry Road in York County. It was repaired around 1:00 AM this morning, with the water plant coming online around 3:00 AM. Although 125,000 customers have been affected with around 30 million gallons of water spilled,...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

September 19, 2019

Glassie Ladies
Glassie Ladies is a stained glass store in Columbia, South Carolina. They sell stained glass sheets as well as offer stained glass, mosaic, and fused glass classes. The owner, Pat Stone, explains her passion for stain glass. She says, "Art comes from your imagination and I think it's important to...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

September 4, 2019

Space rocks at MYCO Chasing the Moon Screener event
In an interview with Major General Charles F. Bolden Jr. , Dr. Varsha Kulkarni, Dr. Cassandra Runyon , and Rev. Dr. Greg Snyder , the importance of space exploration to the advancement of Earth is discussed. Major General Charles F. Bolden Jr. explains, “Space exploration, like any type of...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

September 4, 2019

Pranvera Hyseni
Pranvera Hyseni is the Founder and Director of the Astronomy Outreach of Kosovo program. Hyseni knew she wanted to become an astronomer at a young age. She explains, "Growing up, I figured that we didn't have any astronomers or observatories, or departments that I could study astronomy, and for me...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

July 30, 2019

Student Reporters with General Charles Duke
On Friday, July 26th, three high school students eagerly walked up the steps of the South Carolina State Museum . Although it was the midst of summer, these students chose to spend their morning at South Carolina ETV’s final Chasing the Moon event. That is because as they made their way to the...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

July 29, 2019

Goat Yoga at the White Home in Rock Hill, SC
Critter Creek Farm raises Fainting Goats and Nigerian Dwarf Goats, as well as farms flowers full-time. On top of that, Critter Creek Farm 's Terri Gustin decided to jump on the Goat Yoga train three years ago. She made that decision after her children had gone off to college. She explains, "No one...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

June 20, 2019

Handmade
Handmade is a family-owned and operated basket-making company that has existed for over 20 years. The business was previously owned by Jeff Long's mother and father, before being passed down to him and his wife, Becca, during his parents' retirement. Becca says, "Working together with this is...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

June 3, 2019

Wildly Urban Wall Decor
Wildly Urban is a company that creates hand-crafted air plant decor using reclaimed wood and salvaged leather. Owner Carrie Gordon discusses her passion for sustainability. She explains, "I came up with this idea after my husband started his business and we had a lot of leftover wood pieces laying...

By Kaitlyn Cannon

May 6, 2019

Butterflies
Artist Yuri Tsuzuki created The Butterfly project, which is an art project that emcompasses the entire City of Greenvile, and which took her five years to complete. It was just finished last year. Tsuzuki mentions how the City of Greenville used to be a textile community, and how it has transformed...

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