eMedia Junction is New England’s newest public relations and consulting firm. Our mission is to redefine the impact earned media can have on the growth of innovative technology and healthcare companies.
Founded by former investigative journalist turned PR professional, Andrea LePain, eMedia is uniquely qualified to provide strategic storytelling and media relations to help organizations increase brand awareness and achieve growth. Our model and size allows senior leaders to work closely with each client, become an extension of their leadership teams and stay that way for the duration of the engagement.
From story development, media & influencer relations, original content, speaking events, awards and more, we will formulate strategic programs, assemble customized teams and do whatever it takes to help you reach your business goals.
Andrea LePain is an award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of combined media and public relations experience. She founded her own consulting firm in July of 2016. Previously, as Vice President of Greenough Communications, she led media and communications strategy for a wide range of clients, providing counsel, developing plans and executing successful engagement strategies for dozens of leading brands.. Over the years, she has developed a wide range of contacts across national and regional business media including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes, Fortune, Bloomberg, CNN and ABC. Her client experiences include MIT, Beth Israel Deaconess Care Organization, M-Files, Inovalon, Digital Guardian, Brand Protect, Laserfiche, Ness Technologies, Tribridge, Tufts Health Plan, Sheridan Healthcare, Carewell Urgent Care, Quest Diagnostics and more.
Before joining Greenough, Andrea rose the ranks to become Managing Editor of the nation’s largest 24-hour news channel, NECN; she served as a primary editorial decision-maker responsible for story selection and planning for the network’s programming. Andrea also researched and developed enterprise stories and successfully launched the station's first investigative unit. In 2009, she was honored with the national Edward R. Murrow award for an investigative documentary film she produced which led the Massachusetts legislature to toughen the state’s fire codes.
Andrea earned her bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University.