Court Stroud is an adjunct, writer, and media strategy consultant who has worked at Univision, Telemundo, TV Azteca, and digital startups. Founder of consulting practice The Cledor Group, the bilingual Texas native has helped companies such as Comcast, NBCU (NBC, Telemundo, NBC Sports), Sony Entertainment Pictures, and BBC Studios navigate today’s tumultuous media landscape in traditional and emerging media.
As an adjunct faculty member at NYU, Columbia, The New School and his beloved alma mater the University of Texas at Austin, Stroud has designed pre-college, undergraduate, and graduate courses including “Innovations in Marketing: Diversity in US Media & Advertising,” “Selling Your Pitch: Essentials of the Business of Television,” “Introduction to Marketing Communications: How Companies Reach Consumers,” and “Digital Media & Advertising.” He co-created a course about the fundamentals of digital advertising certified by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB).
Court’s byline appears in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Forbes, where he serves as a contributing writer. He is a co-host of The Revolución podcast which interviews tastemakers like Gloria Estefan, Edward James Olmos, Ana Navarro, and Danny Trejo.
He holds undergraduate degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.