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Board of Directors

PMVG media organizations own and operate over 100 public stations that collectively reach nearly 250 million people.
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Timothy S. Fallon is the CEO of Lehigh Valley Public Media, a joint licensee for WLVT and WLVR-FM based in the SteelStacks Campus of Bethlehem PA. Prior to joining the professional staff of Lehigh Valley Public Media, Mr. Fallon was a Director and former Chair of the Board for the organization. He has previously been a Founding Director for two community banks (Team Capital Bank and Revere Bank), an independent Director for ESSA Bank & Trust and Fulton Financial subsidiary, Lafayette Ambassador Bank, and Managing Partner for numerous private equity investment vehicles. Mr. Fallon has two degrees from Johns Hopkins University.


Bob Feinberg (Secretary) is vice president, general counsel and secretary of WNET, home to PBS stations THIRTEEN, WLIW21 and NJTV. Bob was appointed general counsel of WNET in 2009. Prior to this, Bob was general counsel and deputy general counsel at a number of print and online media companies, an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, and an associate at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. Bob earned his J.D. from NYU School of Law and his A.B. degree, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Cornell University.

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Cynthia Fenneman has over 35 years of broadcasting and production experience, most recently serving as President and CEO of American Public Television (APT), the leading syndicator of high-quality, viewer-favorite programs to U.S. public television's 340+ stations. During her tenure at APT, she led the company in new strategic and creative directions – from the 2006 launch of Create TV, the dynamic 24/7 lifestyle channel, to the 2010 distribution of WORLD, the nonfiction news and documentary channel. She has been honored with more than 40 international, national and regional awards, including 12 Emmys® and a Peabody, and is a frequent juror for the International Emmys, Banff World Television Festival, duPont-Columbia Awards, Realscreen and other content review panels.


Marc Hand is CEO and founder of PMVG and co-founder and former CEO of Public Media Company (PMC). His media experience of more than 30 years includes serving as Managing Partner and co-owner of a group of commercial stations in Colorado, an associate with two national media brokerage and investment banking firms. Marc worked with the Station Resource Group, along with co-founder Susan Harmon, in the development and launch of Public Radio Capital (which transitioned into PMC) where he and Susan Harmon served as co-CEOs when it became an independent entity in 2001. 


Leo Martinez (Chair) is Professor of Law and former Dean at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and serves on the board of Public Media Company. He served as President of the Association of American Law Schools and Chair of the KQED board, and received his JD in Law from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. 

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Miguel E. Monteverde, Jr. is Senior Vice President and General Manager, WETA Greater Washington. Monteverde oversees WETA’s television and radio stations, digital and streaming media and all local programming and production. Prior to joining WETA, he was a principal at Green Mountain Advisors, providing consulting services for early-stage companies. He also serves as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Previously, Monteverde spent nine years at Discovery Communications, and served as Senior Vice President of Digital Media from 2014-2017. He managed video streaming services and led digital and social media strategy and operations for multiple U.S. television networks including Discovery Channel, Animal Planet and Science Channel. Those efforts earned Monteverde three Webby Awards and selection as an Emmy® finalist for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media. Before his tenure at Discovery, Monteverde spent more than a decade at AOL in a variety of programming and business roles, including General Manager of AOL Video. Monteverde is a former Army officer, and a graduate of the University of Virginia.

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Mary Pratt-Henaghan joined WETA and NewsHour Productions in the newly created role of Chief Technology Officer in August 2021. In this role, she provides strategic and tactical leadership for WETA’s media and information technology, broadcast/digital content distribution, engineering, and infrastructure services. Prior to WETA, Pratt-Henaghan held vice president and senior vice president roles with BBC Studios, AMC Networks, and Discovery Inc. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from DeSales University, a Master of Science from University of Maryland Global Campus and completed the Cable Executive Management Program at Harvard Business School. She serves on the board of directors for the Washington/Baltimore chapter of Women in Cable/Telecommunications and is a member of the President’s Advisory Council for DeSales University.

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