Steven McLean Folks has worked in public television since 1978. He currently serves as an Executive Producer and Project Manager in the Content Division at South Carolina ETV in Columbia, South Carolina.
He has produced and directed award-winning documentary films for the Carolina Stories series such as “Marian McPartland: First Lady of Jazz,” “Miss Springmaid,” “Finding Clovis,” and “Myrtle Beach Memories.” He served as Executive Producer for “Georgia O’Keeffe: A Woman on Paper” and “Beyond Barbados: The Carolina Connection.”
He is Producer/Writer for The Southern Campaign of the American Revolution, an educational series produced in conjunction with the National Park Service.
He is also Studio Director and Post Production Supervisor for the American Public Television series Yoga in Practice.
May 27, 2021In the program, Reverend Doctor William H. Willimon accepts an invitation from a young clergyman to guest preach at a small Episcopal church in Salisbury, North Carolina. The congregation is planning a weekend discussing racism and Rev. Willimon will deliver the sermon that...
April 06, 2019Ernest “Fritz” Hollings was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1922. He graduated from The Citadel in 1942 and served as an artillery officer in World War Two. After the war, he was elected to the South Carolina House of Representatives. In 1958, at age 36, he was elected...
South Carolina ETV has received an award from NETA for its 2018 Instructional Media - Teacher Resource: The Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. 2018 NETA Award Winners Announced: Celebrating the Best in Public Media Public media's achievements in instructional...
Ninety Six was a small frontier town near Greenwood, South Carolina—an essential part of the geography of British strongholds designed to seal off Charleston and the low country from French, Spanish, and Indian attack. At the “Star Fort” in Ninety Six, a band of loyalists...
The Battle of Guilford Courthouse was fought on March 15, 1781. This battle basically decided the outcome for the Carolinas because even though Cornwallis won, technically, he lost 25% of his force. View classroom media resources and lesson plans on SCETV's Knowitall.org...