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State of the State on ETV and ETV Radio

  • Friday, January 17, 2014

ETV and ETV Radio will broadcast live coverage of Governor Nikki Haley’s State of the State followed by reaction from members of the State Legislature on Wednesday, Jan 22 at 7 p.m.

Repeat broadcasts are scheduled for Jan. 23 at 2 p.m. on ETV World and 8:30 p.m. on the South Carolina Channel.

ETV’s cameras will host the television coverage for all TV stations.

ETV will continue to provide live daily coverage of each State House legislative session, both online at scetv.org and on its ETV World channel (available via antenna and select cable services).

ETV is currently broadcast on:

WRLK-DT (digital channel 35.1) in Columbia

WNTV-DT (digital channel 29.1) in Greenville

WITV-DT (digital channel 7.1) in Charleston

WRJA-DT (digital channel 27.1) in Sumter

WNSC-DT (digital channel 30.1) in Rock Hill

WHMC-DT (digital channel 23.1) in Conway/Myrtle Beach

WEBA-DT (digital channel 14.1) in Allendale

WJPM-DT (digital channel 33.1) in Florence

WNEH-DT (digital channel 38.1) in Greenwood

WRET-DT (digital channel 49.1) in Spartanburg

WJWJ-DT (digital channel 16.1) in Beaufort

ETV World is part of your local ETV service as ETV.3 via antenna.

Beaufort, for example, would be 16.3. It is also available on selected cable outlets, marked as ETVW.

ETV Radio is currently broadcast on:

WRJA-FM 88.1/Sumter

WNSC-FM 88.9/Rock Hill

WLJK-FM 89.1/Aiken

WJWJ-FM 89.9/Beaufort

WHMC-FM 90.1/Conway

WSCI-FM 89.3/Charleston

WEPR-FM 90.1/Greenville

WLTR-FM 91.3/Columbia

For more information on ETV and ETV Radio, please visit scetv.org.

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