As President of the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association, Teri Henning manages the association’s member services, its for-profit advertising placement subsidiary, MANSI Media, and the PNA Foundation. In addition to her responsibilities as president, Ms. Henning provides legal advice and lobbying services to Pennsylvania newspapers on matters affecting newspapers, files amicus briefs in court cases significant to Pennsylvania newspapers, and conducts member education seminars. Before joining the association, Ms. Henning taught in the clinical programs at the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University and worked in private practice and government in commercial litigation and environmental law. Teri graduated cum laude from Bucknell University, with a B.A. degree in psychology. She received her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center.
September 6, 2014 - PNC Park - Pittsburgh, PA
You know what you love about newspapers and the news. Here's your chance to inspire others! Gather in a fun, creative and competitive environment to create media that shows your passion about what news media is and can be.
Use blogs, apps, video, APIs, Instagram, Twitter, games — anything you can to make the most compelling case to the widest possible community.
Top Team Prize: $1,000
Additional prizes to be announced!
Come with your ideas, assemble a team, and spend the day competing to create the best piece(s) of media you can that, in two minutes or less, promotes the news business today and into the future. The Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association may use what you create and even hire you to develop it further. The PNA wants to inspire their members — and the entire community — to experience and promote newspapers and the news.
Check out projects from our previous MediaThons here.