Award-Winning Media and Podcast Producer
Clint Schaff is an accomplished producer with an impressive portfolio of work in audio, television, film, and live-event projects. He has collaborated with media and journalism organizations, brands, and companies throughout his career. In 2020, Adweek recognized Clint as one of the Creative 100 honorees, an award that celebrates the most inspiring minds in marketing, media, and culture. Clint's most notable work was during his tenure as Vice President of Strategy and Development at the Los Angeles Times, where he was responsible for leading the development and programming of various audio, video, and experiential projects for L.A. Times Studios.
Clint's successful projects include the popular Dirty John podcast and two seasons of Dirty John, the television series franchise that aired on Bravo and USA networks for Seasons 1 and 2, respectively. He also led the development and business-side operations of numerous other successful podcasts, such as Man in the Window, Larger Than Life, Room 20, Chasing Cosby, It Was Simple: The Betty Broderick Murders, The Trials of Frank Carson, Asian Enough, and The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times.
Prior to joining Los Angeles Times, Clint served as the U.S. General Manager at Vision7, directing all domestic operations, creative and account activities for integrated advertising teams in Los Angeles and New York. He also held Vice President positions for digital at two leading global agencies, Edelman and Golin, where his work with Activision's Call of Duty campaign earned several awards, including the Grand Effie. Clint has received praise and awards for his work with high-profile brands and organizations such as Procter & Gamble, Activision, Nintendo, Nestle, POM Wonderful, FIJI Water, Wonderful Pistachios, the Clinton-Gore White House, David Bowie, and the New York Yankees.
Clint holds a BA in Communications & Political Science from the University of Minnesota and a MA from the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism. After earning his graduate degree from USC, he taught as an adjunct instructor at USC Annenberg for a decade. Recently, in 2022, Clint led communications for Chris Jones, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arkansas, and is currently producing several TV, film, and media projects.