Karen Hermann

Education Multimedia Producer

Karen loves telling stories and meeting new people, and gets to do both as producer of ETV’s education program Carolina Classrooms. She travels the state with ETV’s award-winning videographers, visiting schools and talking with educators, parents, and students.

Karen’s first job in TV was at WHAM in Rochester, NY, operating studio cameras, editing, creating graphics, and directing number-one rated live local newscasts and specials. She escaped the ice and snow and moved to South Carolina in 2007. She has created still and motion graphics for ETV productions such as Festival, The Governor’s Carolighting, and The African American History Calendar. She also works with an instructional designer to create videos and graphics for online training courses for local state agencies and first responders.

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Stories

  • Fairfield County Barber Computing

    Students in the barbering program at the Fairfield Career and Technology Center had an opportunity to experiment with computer software to aid in creating hairstyles and designs for their future clients. The program allows for adjustments in motion, size, width, angle, and...
  • Carolina Classrooms April 2022 graphic of classroom

    Carolina Classrooms: First Five SC

    Being a parent is hard, but in South Carolina, finding support is easy. Join Carolina Classrooms on April 21, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., for our show where we’ll discuss resources available to help young children and families thrive, from birth through age five. In the episode...
  • Dropping a coin into a jar labeled savings

    Carolina Classrooms Financial Literacy Quiz

    Test your knowledge with our financial literacy quiz! Then watch Carolina Classrooms: Financial Literacy to learn how these skills are being taught in South Carolina schools. /**/
  • Girl dressed as a superhero

    Who are your heroes? 

    Carolina Classrooms is celebrating educators! We want to know about the people who make a difference in your school—online or in person, in the classroom, in the halls, or outside. From teachers to principals, lunchroom staff, bus drivers, custodians and more! Tell us about...
  • Carolina Classrooms: Financial Literacy

    Carolina Classrooms: Financial Literacy will examine programs and classes designed to teach students basic budgeting, saving, and other money management skills they will need to achieve financial independence. We’ll take you to Central High School in Chesterfield County and...
  • A student uses assistive technology

    Carolina Classrooms Quiz

    An all new Carolina Classrooms airs tonight at 7:30 p.m. on SCETV. This episode, People First: Special Education Programs, will feature educators, administrators, and community leaders who work together to help their students succeed. Before you watch, test your knowledge...