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Henry P. Feintuch, President


Henry Feintuch is a senior communications practitioner and former broadcast journalist with 25 years of experience providing counsel to organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 1000 companies.

Utilizing a hands-on approach, he has worked with a broad range of corporations and associations in sectors that include information technology, telecommunications and wireless, e-commerce and interactive services, advertising and market research, media and publishing, financial services, consumer electronics and many more.

Prior to founding Feintuch Communications in January 2009, he was managing partner, public relations, at KCSA Strategic Communications. For more than 22 years, Mr. Feintuch conceived of, managed and worked on client campaigns for Arbitron, IEEE, International Paper, BellSouth and numerous other domestic and international emerging companies. He also created the firm’s advertising and media practice, serving a wide array of traditional and out-of-home media companies, and its global tech group, with a heavy emphasis on emerging technology from Israel.

Previously, he served as director, corporate communications for Scanvest Ring, an early marketer of enhanced 9-1-1 automatic call distribution technology, and served in account management at Booke & Company and Paul Kaufman Associates.

Early in his career, Mr. Feintuch served as news assignment editor for WCBS-TV in New York City.  He was also a reporter and anchorman for radio stations WTTM-AM, WMTR-AM and WDHA-FM and served as a professional scout executive with Greater New York Councils, Boy Scouts of America. 

Mr. Feintuch earned his bachelor’s degree in television and radio from Brooklyn College, City University of New York.  He is an active member of the Public Relations Society of America, the former chair of its technology section and past co-chair of its annual T3 technology conference. He resides in Chappaqua, N.Y. with his wife Alice. The Feintuchs have two sons, Joshua and Alex, and a dusky conure.


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