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.

Production credits include:


  • Kindergarten class during story time.

    April Education production highlights

    For the month of April, SCETV Education productions is focusing on milestones. We are excited to present to you The Chernobyl Event, marking the 35th anniversary of the nuclear disaster that had global ramifications. We are also excited to present the April Episode of...
  • Young woman in science class

    March Education production highlights

    SCETV Education is excited to share two new programs with you during the month of March. These programs reflect trending conversations in education. Keep reading for more information about each program and how you can access them. Keep Reading. Education Productions Coming...
  • Equity vs. Equality

    Equity in education refers to the fair allocation of resources to allow all students to succeed. Resources may include school supplies and internet access, but also the ways in which the curriculum is taught. Dr. Gloria Boutte, Carolina Distinguished Professor at the...
  • Carolina Classrooms: Education Equity

    Carolina Classrooms is South Carolina ETV’s educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children. This new program that airs February 25 at 7:30 p.m. focuses on issues affecting education equity in our state. Internet access...
  • Carolina Classrooms - Reading to Learn: The Third Grade Pivot

    Students who struggle with reading at the end of third grade will continue to fall behind their peers and risk not graduating. Now online! Carolina Classrooms - Reading to Learn: The Third Grade Pivot delves into literacy in our schools.
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    Are you a third grade teacher?

    Carolina Classrooms is SCETV’s online and on TV education program that highlights K-12 and higher education stories from around the state. We celebrate South Carolina educators and students who work hard and study hard every day.