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Author John Cribb shares his insights about Abraham Lincoln in 'Old Abe: A Novel'

This week we sit down with John Cribb, author of Old Abe: A Novel. Cribb is a New York Times best seller and has been published in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, National...
 The Boevers family of Charleston is one of nine who sued to block South Carolina's ban on mask mandates in schools.  They say the ban discriminates against children with disabilities like 4-year-old Porter (far left) who has autism and is at a greater risk of getting sick.

Charleston Family Celebrates Federal Ruling Blocking Ban on School Mask Mandates

Samantha Boevers was giving her kids a bath when she got the news. A federal judge had just ordered the state to stop enforcing a ban on mask mandates in public schools. “I was crying tears of relief...

Get the inside scoop on Jo Watson Hackl's debut novel

This week, we sit down with author Jo Watson Hackl, as she discusses her new book, Smack Dab in the Middle of Maybe. Hackl was born in Biloxi, Mississippi but later moved to a “real life” ghost town...

Author Eric Crawford on By The River

This week we sit down with Eric Crawford, author of Gullah Spirituals: The Sound of Freedom and Protest in the South Carolina Sea Islands. Crawford is the director of the Charles W. Joyner Institute...

About the Station 

ETV Lowcountry is located on the campus of The Technical College of the Lowcountry in historic Beaufort, SC.  ETV Lowcountry is responsible for producing local content with the intent to educate. We work with the community to tell the stories that matter. At our facility, we have a fully-functioning TV studio. ETV Lowcountry and  the University of South Carolina Beaufort partnered to produce an interview style program, By the River, which features South Carolina authors. 

Get involved with ETV Lowcountry

Volunteer/Intern Opportunities

Interested in volunteering? ETV Lowcountry, located in Beaufort, has volunteer opportunities available year-round! Please email if you are interested in volunteering or interning. 

Fall & Spring: Gain valuable production experience as a volunteer/intern for ETV Lowcountry. Acting as a Production Assistant you will go on video shoots for video segments that will be available digitally as well as broadcast on television. You will learn how to setup and use field production equipment. You may also be asked to assist with other aspects of production as needed. Hours: As needed. Your duties will depend on that week’s production schedule and on your personal availability. This is a flexible opportunity, allowing you to get real-world production experience on your own time!  
Summer: The highly competitive ETV Endowment Internship program for college students has been in existence since 1980. At least seven internships, all funded by the ETV Endowment of South Carolina, are available with SCETV and South Carolina Public Radio each summer. As an ETV Endowment intern at ETV Lowcountry, you will be acting as a Production Assistant. You will go on video shoots for video segments that will be available digitally as well as broadcast on television. You will learn how to setup and use field production equipment. You will also be asked to assist with other aspects of production as needed.  Added perks: You will produce your own project that has the chance to be broadcast on television.

Rent Our Studios

Are you looking for a place to hold your next meeting or workshop? Our facility may be the perfect spot for you. Please contact Holly Jackson for information on rates, availability and space. You can email her at or call (843) 524-0777.

Schedule a Visit

ETV Lowcountry is located at 925 Ribaut Road, Beaufort, SC 29902. Our station is on the campus of the Technical College of the Lowcountry. Please call 843-524-0777 if you have any questions.

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Meet our Station Manager

Holly Bounds JacksonHolly Jackson is the Director of Operations at ETV Lowcountry, one of SCETV's four regional stations. A former local TV news reporter and anchor, Holly now uses that experience with the USCB broadcast students who conduct classes at the studio twice a week. She also brings new ideas on ways to use the facility more and create content for SCETV. Throughout her journalism career, Holly has earned multiple awards and honors. 

Contact Holly
(843) 524-0777