Our Experience

 

Gerri Miller, Editor and owner of Black Forest Broadcasting, started out in journalism at an early age. She published the “Girl Scout Gazette” Sunday nights on her homemade hecktograph. As a teenager, she worked summers for THE POTTER COUNTY JOURNAL. She graduated from Charles Morris Price School of Advertising and Journalism in Philadelphia. Following graduation, she worked as a Marketing Manager for trade magazines published by Chilton Company. After returning home to her native Potter County, she published a regional magazine TOWN & COUNTRY JOURNAL for several years. After that, she was co-owner of Creative Communications, an advertising/public relations firm in Coudersport. At various times, she worked as a “stringer” for THE BRADFORD ERA and OLEAN TIMES HERALD. In 1979, she was hired as the News Director at radio Station WFRM, a position she held, along with several others concurrently at the station until 2008 when she left to start Black Forest Broadcasting an internet radio station/website which is updated every weekday to serve the counties of Potter, McKean, Elk, Cameron and Tioga in northern Pennsylvania.