July 4, 2014
Return of the Tourists
With the summer tourism season now in full swing in the Carolinas, leaders in the industry are expecting a banner year in the number of visitors to our region. On this program Duane Parrish, Director of South Carolina’s Department of
June 27, 2014
Electrifying Transportation
Traffic congestion in Carolina cities often spurs debate on the best solutions move people across our region. While buses are arguably one of the most efficient methods, the growth of this type of public transportation may be held back by
June 20, 2014
Mid-year Economic Update
At nearly the half-way mark for 2014, we gather four of our region’s economists for an in-depth conversation on the Carolinas’ job recovery and the continuing impact of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Scott Baier of Clemson University, Dr. Harry
June 13, 2014
Electrified Economy
The low price of electricity in our region is often cited as a key driver of economic development, especially in the resurgence of manufacturing in our region. As Duke Energy’s state president for North Carolina, Paul Newton is working with regulators on
May 30, 2014
Summit on North Carolina Education
North Carolina’s public schools are at a crossroad. The implementation of Common Core standards has led to changes in the classroom and heightened the conversation around how students are taught and tested. A shift in political power at the state legislature
UPCOMING SHOWS: Paula Harper Bethea, South Carolina Education Lottery – ETV World – Friday, July 25 @ 6:00 p.m.
June 27, 2014
Electrifying Transportation
Traffic congestion in Carolina cities often spurs debate on the best solutions move people across our region. While buses are arguably one of the most efficient methods, the growth of this type of public transportation may be held back by
June 20, 2014
Mid-year Economic Update
At nearly the half-way mark for 2014, we gather four of our region’s economists for an in-depth conversation on the Carolinas’ job recovery and the continuing impact of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Scott Baier of Clemson University, Dr. Harry
June 13, 2014
Electrified Economy
The low price of electricity in our region is often cited as a key driver of economic development, especially in the resurgence of manufacturing in our region. As Duke Energy’s state president for North Carolina, Paul Newton is working with regulators on
May 30, 2014
Summit on North Carolina Education
North Carolina’s public schools are at a crossroad. The implementation of Common Core standards has led to changes in the classroom and heightened the conversation around how students are taught and tested. A shift in political power at the state legislature
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