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SCETV has the capacity to produce a wide range of multimedia, televised, and streamed productions and online training content for private and public institutions, associations, and other state agencies in South Carolina.
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SCETV has the capacity to produce a wide range of multimedia, televised, and streamed productions and online training content for private and public institutions, associations and other state agencies in South Carolina. SCETV can create media that can solve any variety of communication or education needs.
SCETV’s remote production facilities are perfect for enhancing the multimedia experience at your event. We also have recording and live streaming capabilities.
Some of SCETV’s recent productions include teleconferences, instructional videos, educational classroom content, historical profiles, public service announcements, multimedia production and playback at formal galas, conference general sessions, online training for law enforcement and much more. Educational Production Services can customize video content to accommodate any communication need. If you’re looking for a practical or unique way to get your message across, we have the solution. Teleconferencing or streaming video affords clients far-reaching access to information without the costs of housing and transporting large groups of people to a conference site. Instructional videos are custom made to meet the exact needs of the client. Historical dramas and documentaries are useful classroom tools. Public service announcements get your message out concisely and quickly. And taped teacher instruction can be utilized on-demand by educators throughout the state.
View some of our live streaming productions below.
SC ABOTA annually present the James Otis Lecture Series in observance of National Constitution Day. The lecture series is broadcast live from the State House in the House Chamber and includes South Carolina high school students who have been recognized as James Otis Scholars.
Each spring since 1978, SCASA has recognized a few schools which offer excellent instruction and outstanding leaders, augmented by strong family and community involvement and a supportive business community.
SCETV Education partnered with the SC Department of Education and several other entities to live stream the 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz Commemoration