Don’t forget to attend the HTC Annual Meeting

The HTC Annual Meeting is rapidly approaching. This year’s event will be Aug. 13 at the HTC Center on the campus of Coastal Carolina University.

There will be entertainment, displays and plenty of fun for everyone in attendance, as well as the traditional two $2 bills for members.

The festivities kick off with registration at 4 p.m., followed by entertainment at 4:15 p.m. This year’s band is POP 101, a Coastal Carolina University student ensemble that will present a salute to The Grand Ole Opry.

The business meeting begins at 6 p.m.

Don’t miss a great time to come out and celebrate another year with your neighbors at HTC.


Tune in to all your favorite ACC sports

Big news for Atlantic Coast Conference fans just in time for football season.

HTC  Digital Cable subscribers will be able to enjoy the ACC Network beginning Aug. 22, the day of its launch.

When the network launches, you will be able to find it on channels 867 (HD) and 67 (SD). The alternate network, which shows additional games if they’re being played, is available on 68.

Clemson and Georgia Tech will play the first live game on the ACC Network at 8 p.m., Aug. 29.

To sign up, call 843-365-2154. 

Help your child make the grade with higher speeds

As more classrooms turn to technology, homework does as well.

Ensure your budding scholar doesn’t get bogged down with buffering with our blazing fast internet speeds.

You can use our handy speed calculator to quickly analyze which speed you need to adequately power all of your devices. Researching term papers, math equations and even historical data via text or video can have a draining effect on your bandwidth.

HTC Internet speeds begin at 100 Mbps in most areas, and can reach as high as 1 GB.

Check today and make sure your speed – and student – makes the grade.

Win tickets to NASCAR at Darlington

The Lady in Black will host the Bojangles’ Southern 500 on Sept. 1, and you can attend the race compliments of HTC.

Bojangles 500We’ve teamed with Darlington Raceway to offer an amazing night at the race and other events.

Fill out the form on this page for a chance to win two tickets to the Tyler Tower, 2 Bojangles’ hats, 2 T-shirts, 2 FanVision rentals, and 2 pre-race concert pit passes.

FanVision rentals come with the FanVision controller and a headset. Through the controller, fans can listen to in-car audio and hear the drivers/teams communicate while also watching different camera views on the controller’s screen

The Bojangles’ Southern 500 is 6 p.m. Sept. 1 at the Darlington Raceway.

Bojangles' Southern 500 Entry

Enter your information for a chance to win tickets to the Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on Sept. 1.

HTC changing up high school football coverage

HTC will continue its sponsorship of high school football this season, but in a change from year’s past, won’t broadcast games live on channel 4.

This year, games can be viewed live on WWMB (channel 16 and 816) on Friday nights. The move allows for coverage of more teams thanks to the remote production capabilities of WWMB and WPDE. Lucky Dog Television will continue in its role of producer.

Games will still be hosted at for viewing anytime.

This year’s schedule is:

  • August 23: Conway at North Myrtle Beach
  • August 30: Nation Ford at Conway
  • September 6: Green Sea-Floyds at Aynor
  • September 13: Myrtle Beach at Socastee
  • September 20: Myrtle Beach at Carolina Forest
  • September 27: Conway at Myrtle Beach
  • October 4: Hartsville at Myrtle Beach
  • October 11: Conway at Socastee
  • October 18: Dillon at Aynor
  • October 25: Conway at St. James

HTC employee recognized as top Independent Marketing Executive of the Year

Sandy Hendrick of Conway was recently recognized as the Independent Marketing Executive of the Year by Cablefax Magazine.

Sandy Hendrick
Sandy Hendrick

Hendrick, a 20-year employee of HTC, is a marketing supervisor whose specialties include the HTC Digital Cable products. Among his many tasks, he has played a pivotal role in retransmission negotiations and contract negotiations with a host networks.

“I’ve benefited from being able to touch all of HTC’s different areas – product development, strategy, customer service and pricing,” Hendrick told the magazine. “Being a smaller company, we’re specialized, but we’re also jacks of all trades.”

Among the many initiatives Hendrick was recognized for was his role in a brief blackout of a local station in 2018. He reached out to the National Cable Television Cooperative and cable providers from around the country similar to HTC to calculate the best strategy for negotiations in the customers’ best interest. 

“Sandy knew how important it was for him and our other members” to resolve the situation quickly, Judy Meyka, NCTC’s Executive Vice-President said. “He has a great relationship with a lot of our members and I think they look to him for his support and input.”

Hendrick lives in Conway with his wife and two children, is active in the local tennis scene and is a member of the local Kiwanis Club.

You can read the full article in Cablefax Magazine by clicking on the link.