Tabitha Safdi

Director of Digital Strategies
Tabitha Safdi

Tabitha Safdi is the Director of Digital Strategies at South Carolina ETV. She found her passion for storytelling in the 14 years spent at ETV in creating content from concept to completion. With the limitlessness of digital, she loves experimenting with new ways to attract audiences by working strategically to cultivate and engage viewers to make a positive impact on their lives. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina and her master’s degree from Columbia College. She’s a Riley Fellow of the Diversity Leadership Initiative, is a graduate from Leadership Columbia’s Class of 2017, and is Past President of the Junior Women’s Club of Lake Murray. You can find her on Twitter at @TabTV.

 

Stories

By Tabitha Safdi

May 15, 2020

Top Five Videos
With over 7.5 million lifetime views, it's no wonder viewers are flocking to SCETV's YouTube to find hyper-local content about South Carolina. So, which videos are the most viewed? Let's take a look! We are going to do this countdown style to build a little anticipation for the No. 1 video. Let's...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 30, 2020

Fantasy Doll Maker Laura Buff
The arts are something that Buff has always treasured, even at a young age. Her grandmother was a china doll maker and made a huge impression on Buff. She learned how to take old Barbie dolls and remake them into dolls that she wanted to see. This led her to start creating fantasy dolls, something...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 23, 2020

Doctors around the state are urging everyone to stay home
Healthcare providers all over South Carolina are working to keep YOU safe. It's important to do your part and stay home. Virtual visits can bring healthcare to you wherever you are. Visit sctelehealth.org for details. We'll get through this together, South Carolina!

By Tabitha Safdi

March 23, 2020

Professional Boxer Logan Holler
As a South Carolina native, Logan Holler knows what makes her happy. She’s an athlete. Being competitive is in her blood as her father is a former football player for the Green Bay Packers. She’s a devout Christian. Her favorite Bible verse is John 16:33. And she’s a professional boxer!

By Tabitha Safdi

March 17, 2020

SCETV providing programming and online content
In order to support families and educators, we’ve put together a list of content to help you through. We've also opened access to two of our locally presented shows, Yoga In Practice and Expeditions . You can always watch SCETV and PBS programs on-demand at SCETV.org . It's quality content you can...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 16, 2020

Marathoner Rachel Weeks
In 2002, Weeks was diagnosed with Usher syndrome, a condition causing vision and hearing loss. Weeks searched for ways to experience the world around her even with a limited field of vision. She was researching running for the visually impaired and came across a website on guide running, running...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 9, 2020

File photo of a woman washing her hands
As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, doctors at the Medical University of South Carolina have spent much of the past few weeks reminding people to use common sense, and not to panic. “If you think you are sick, the best thing to do is to stay home,” says Dr. Amanda Parks, an infectious...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 9, 2020

Kite Boarder Elea Faucheron
For Elea Faucheron, the ocean is where it's at. Even growing up in the mountains her heart was always at the beach. When she got a chance she moved to Charleston. Within two months she was literally flying high. Now, almost a decade later she's made it her mission to support women kite boarders by...

By Tabitha Safdi

March 3, 2020

Dr. Guille has a consultation via telehealth
Dr. Constance Guille is fighting the opioid epidemic in her own way. She is a psychologist from the Medical University of South Carolina, and was concerned with the effects that addiction has on both a mom's health and her infant's. Dr. Guille’s program was started to provide therapy counseling and...

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