Joanna Clay

Joanna Clay

Independent Producer

Joanna Clay is an independent radio producer based in Los Angeles. Besides KCRW, she's produced radio for KPCC, the BBC and podcasts such as the Runner's World Show. She's produced digital and print work for APM's Marketplace, the Los Angeles Times and LAist. She came to radio from print, working for newspapers such as the Orange County Register, where she covered government and business. She got her first taste of radio (outside of college) doing KCRW's 24-Hour Radio Race -- and loved it.

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