Anthony Padgett

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, October 2018

By Anthony Padgett

Jamestown

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

As SCETV continues to celebrate its 60th anniversary, we are giving you the floor. Our newest initiative, The SCoop, lets viewers and listeners send us questions and ideas about South Carolina’s places, food, history or people, and SCETV will turn them into stories. Visit The SCoop to participate.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, September 2018

By Anthony Padgett

Three cheerleaders - photo from Amazing Human Body program

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

SCETV celebrates its 60th anniversary this month. In September 1958, a closed-circuit transmission of a Frenchclass from Dreher High School to other schools was the start of what has grown into a state-wide telecommunications system that broadcasts award-winning TV and radio programs for all South Carolinians.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, August 2018

By Anthony Padgett

Fleetword Mac

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

In August, SCETV offers a variety of new specials for our week of Festival pledge. Some of the unique music programs include performance specials by Fleetwood Mac, Zoltan Maga, Chris Botti, Celtic Thunder, the Moody Blues, and Perry Como. Another new offering looks at the amazing life and career of the ageless Betty White, while self-help specials feature expert advice for memory support,brain health, diet, and pain management, designed for today’s busy, on-the-go lifestyles.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, May 2018

By Anthony Padgett

The Great American Read

Dear Viewers and Listeners,

In May, a new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women comes to public television. This timeless coming-of-age story follows the March sisters—Jo, Meg, Beth and Amy—as they journey from childhood to adulthood in Concord, Massachusetts, during the Civil War.

President's Corner Monthly Newsletter, April 2018

By Anthony Padgett

Charlie's Place staff

Dear Viewers and Listeners:

April brings fresh new programming to SCETV.  A new Carolina Stories special looks at the history of the Myrtle Beach landmark Charlie’s Place, an African-American nightclub in the 1940s and ‘50s. Owner Charlie Fiitzgerald hosted such names as Etta James, James Brown, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday, and today efforts are begin made to revitalize the neighborhood.

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