Joey Caroni

Joey Caroni

KCRW Staff

Joey Caroni is an award-winning marketing and advertising veteran with 19 years of experience working with entertainment brands and Fortune 500 companies. He is well versed in all aspects of campaign production and strategy, with a heavy focus on digital and social. Back in the day he rocked a 2-way pager ensuring server uptime and was doing database markup coding for large retail companies like Footlocker. He was also recently the lead digital and social strategist for Jaguar Automotive.

In 2008, he founded an innovative real-time SaaS that leverages the power of social media for brands to better know, reward and communicate with their customers across all their brand touch points.

Prior to that, he launched a couple successful agency social media teams and led ideation groups in conceiving award winning campaigns. He has also managed and built out several large digital development groups that conceived and executed innovative web experiences.

Joey believes in equal parts strategy, analytics, and creative. He is a Los Angeles native and of course a KCRW listener and fan.

Joey enjoys all things outdoors has a Jeep Wrangler and big red dog named Nico.

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