Court Stroud is co-host of The Revolución and freelance writer with bylines in New York Times, Washington Post, and Forbes.
Court Stroud is co-host and executive producer of The Revolución, a podcast featuring interviews with newsmakers like Gloria Estefan, Edward James Olmos, and Maria Hinojosa. Court is also a writer and media strategy consultant who has worked at Univision, Telemundo, TV Azteca, CBS, and several startups. He founded The Cledor Group, a consulting practice that helps companies navigate today’s tumultuous media landscape. Past clients include firms such as Comcast, NBCUniversal (NBC, Telemundo, NBC Sports), Sony Entertainment Pictures, and BBC Studios. As an adjunct faculty member at Columbia and NYU, Stroud has designed courses like “Diversity in Media & Advertising.” He co-created a class about the fundamentals of digital advertising certified by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB). His byline appears in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Forbes, where he’s a contributing writer. His writing received a 2019 New York Press Association First Place Award. The New York City resident holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.