Vice President, Wondery
Clint Schaff is the Vice President of Strategy and Development for the Los Angeles Times, where is developing innovative content, platforms and utilities in areas including audio, video, events and entertainment. He founded NEWSTORY, a storytelling event that debuted at the 2018 LA Times Festival of Books, and drives LA Times’ programming efforts, including Dirty John, Room 20, Larger Than Life, and Pound for Pound.
Prior to the LA Times, he had built and led creative agency teams for The Wonderful Company, GroupM/WPP, Golin/IPG, Edelman and Vision7. His work at Edelman with Activision’s Call of Duty won a Grand Effie, a Gold Effie and a Gold Sabre. Early in his career, Clint launched two successful startup companies, served as a White House intern and worked for David Bowie and the New York Yankees. Clint taught for a decade as an adjunct professor at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
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