In this video screen grab, "Making It Grow" host Amanda McNulty, right, interviews ArtFields director Karen Fowler.

“Making It Grow” host Amanda McNulty, right, interviews ArtFields director Karen Fowler.
Image Credit: Clemson University

SUMTER — An episode of “Making It Grow,” the live, interactive show hosted by Clemson Extension agent Amanda McNulty and produced by SCETV and Clemson University, has won a Telly Award for a 2014 segment filmed in Lake City with ArtFields director Karen Fowler.

The show, which aired on April 29, focused on a 10-day annual event celebrating art. Ed Goodwin of SCETV took opening shots of Lake City with a drone. Sean Flynn produced the show. Also on the crew were Tommy Burgess and Kevin Jordan.

The Telly Awards honor film and video productions, as well as local, regional and cable TV programs and commercials.

“After hugging Sean, I ran out into the studio to tell the crew working on the new set, and everyone was thrilled,” said McNulty. “We are so proud of our team.”

Starting Feb. 10, “Making It Grow” will unveil a brand-new set in its Sumter studio, replacing the “country store” scenery used for more than a decade.

The hour-long show broadcasts live at 7 p.m. Tuesday on SCETV and also features tape-delayed versions at 8 p.m. Tuesday and 3:30 p.m. Saturdays on the SC Channel.

“Making It Grow” can also be viewed live online at http://www.mig.org. To watch past shows, go to http://video.scetv.org/program/making-it-grow.

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