Terry Turner is an Emmy-winning former television journalist with more than 30 years of experience. Prior to joining Consumernotice.org, he researched and wrote about dangerous drugs and faulty medical devices and the government policies that allowed them to reach and hurt consumers.
He was selected as a Marcom Awards Platinum Winner for his expose of how Juul used tobacco industry documents as a guide in marketing vaping products to teen consumers and a Digital Health Awards Silver Winner for his report on the overprescribing, marketing and overuse of dangerous heartburn medicines.
As an investigative reporter for CONUS Communications’ Washington bureau, he covered Congress and federal agencies for roughly 100 local television news departments across the United States.
His reports called attention to dangerous products from children’s toys to family cars, identity theft and data privacy risks, loopholes that allowed pollution to go unchecked, and special interests that blocked workplace safety protections.
He has also extensively covered Medicare and retirement planning options for consumers.
Terry received his Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts from Lyon College. He is a member of the American Medical Writers Association and a past member of the White House Correspondents Association.
- Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts from Lyon College
- Holds six Health Literacy certificates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Terry Turner is a writer and journalist with more than 30 years of experience broadcast, print and digital media.
- He has been writing for ConsumerNotice.org since it was founded in 2018.
- He won an Emmy for a television episode he produced for The Pentagon Channel and has been nominated for two other Emmys during his career.
- He was selected as a MarCom Awards Platinum winner for an investigative feature into how vape manufacturer Juul’s marketing strategy to teen consumers played a role in a teen vaping epidemic.
- He is a Digital Health Award Silver winner for his report on how potentially dangerous heartburn medications are aggressively marketed to consumers.
- He has been a member of the American Medical Writers Association, the Alliance of Professional Health Advocates, and an Associate Member of the American Bar Association.