Culture

A Fox in the Daylight

By Rudy Mancke

A Red Fox.

A listener spots a Red Fox in daylight. Is it unusual for one to be abroad during the day?

The INPUT Archives - A Unique Resource

By Betsy Newman

archive

INPUT keeps all screened programmes archived in the INPUT Archive. The Archive serves as an educational resource and gives a detailed insight into the history of international public television broadcasting.

A Sign of Spring

By Rudy Mancke

A Spring Azure butterfly.

When you see these butterflies out and about, you know Spring is at hand.

US INPUT Producer Fellowships to INPUT 2018 in BROOKLYN, NY

By Betsy Newman

INPUT 2017 in Thessaloniki

US INPUT Producer Fellowships to INPUT 2018 in BROOKLYN, NY are available now! The deadline for applications is Friday, March 23 at 5 pm ET.

The US INPUT Secretariat at SCETV is offering a limited number of fellowships for US based station and independent producers to attend the conference in Brooklyn, NY from April 30 - May 4, 2018

Applicants will be asked to complete an application form and submit a current resume and letter of support from a public media administrator familiar with his or her work.  

Program Brings New York Musicians to Write and Perform with South Carolina Prisoners

By Tut Underwood

Program Brings New York Musicians to Write and Perform with South Carolina Prisoners

Lee Correctional Institution in Bishopville counts numerous musicians among its inmates.  Such is their talent that they have attracted the attention of DeCoda, a New York-based chamber music group.  For four years now, the prison has sponsored a program with the group in which DeCoda comes to work with the prisoners at Lee for a week to write and play music for an annual performance.  

Virtual School Helps Young Singer

By Aimee Crouch

Shelby Shealy

South Carolina educational options continue to grow with the addition of charter and virtual schools. And some students are beginning to see that traditional brick and mortar schools might not be the best fit for them.

Shelby Shealy, an aspiring country music star, is one of those students.
 

Cocoons?

By Rudy Mancke

NatureNotes

A listener finds egg masses from a resident of his yard.

USC's International House Aims to Build Careers, Cultural Understanding

By Tut Underwood

Students from Oman, the United States and Italy share an Omani dinner at the University of South Carolina's International House.

The halls of the University of South Carolina’s Maxcy College reflect the voices not only of many students, but of many languages.  Maxcy houses the University’s International House, a living-learning experience for approximately 200 American and international students.  The students derive many benefits from life in International House, from culinary and cultural events to speakers and grant and research opportunities.  Faculty principle Dr.

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