Cynthia A. Fenneman
Prior to APT, she was president of Fenneman Productions, a television
In the ‘70s and ‘80s, Fenneman worked in production and programming with the Westinghouse Broadcasting company for ten years: at KYW-TV in Philadelphia as executive producer of programming, senior producer for Evening/PM Magazine, London executive producer for Group W’s Live-Aid special, and producer of award-winning news, public affairs, documentary, live talk, and entertainment programs; at KPIX-TV San Francisco as a producer for the #1 morning show, and WJZ-TV Baltimore in nightly news. In 1986, Fenneman relocated to northern New England and worked at New Hampshire Public Television for eight years, first as executive producer of local and national productions then as director of broadcasting. At NHPTV, she led a staff that doubled the station’s viewership, productivity and award-winning programs within three years.
Fenneman is a member of the Latino Public Broadcasting Board of Directors and ATAS. She has been a panelist for the duPont – Columbia Awards and the National Endowment for the Arts. Fenneman has been a member of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts Promotion Committee, the New Hampshire Humanities Council Media Committee, the New Hampshire Film and TV Commission, the New Hampshire Association of Broadcasters executive board, and past Chair of the Children’s Museum of Portsmouth. Fenneman began her career as an assistant account executive for ad agency VanSant Dugdale and