Kerry Feduk is responsible for local statewide public broadcasting/media services and programming from concept to completion, promotion and broadcast of programs and/or series. The Content Division of the Network is responsible for producing original national, regional and local programming as required by the Network. Feduk serves as ETV's executive-in-charge for public media, education and engagement, production support services, and facilities operations and revenue. The Division has four key managers who oversee day-to-day activities for these departments in the Division. Local programming series supported and produced are: Carolina Stories (documentary series); Palmetto Scene (public affairs weekly program); Southern Lens (independent filmmakers weekly showcase series); and original educational and outreach programs predominantly airing as closed circuit, online, and on-demand programming. Additionally, she oversees operations for the Network's four regional stations and the web.
A native of Lincoln, Nebraska, Feduk began her 39-year broadcasting career in public broadcasting in Nebraska. She has worked predominantly in public broadcasting, feature film, private sector production companies, and free-lance production capacities. Feduk has also served in both Nebraska and South Carolina on film-related task forces, study committees, and has produced award-winning broadcast, marketing, and political campaign programming and commercials. She is married and lives in Columbia, South Carolina.