Sean Clements Net Worth

Sean Clements was born, is Writer, Producer, Actor. Sean Clements is a writer and producer, known for Workaholics (2011), The Grinder (2015) and Parks and Recreation (2009).
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Who is it? Writer, Producer, Actor
Trading name Earwolf
Type Private, limited liability company
Industry Podcasting
Founded August, 2010
Founders Jeff Ullrich Scott Aukerman
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Area served Worldwide
Key people Erik Diehn (CEO) Lex Friedman (Chief revenue officer) Scott Aukerman (CCO)
Products Comedy Bang! Bang! Kevin Pollak's Chat Show How Did This Get Made?
Number of employees 21
Parent Midroll Media (E. W. Scripps Company)
Website http://www.earwolf.com

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1943

A mostly scripted podcast featuring The Apple Sisters. The show features original songs and stars three singing sisters who set their act in 1943.

2010

Elizabeth Laime and "Psychic" Andy Rosen interview comedians every week. The first episode aired in February 2010, and the last premiered in January 2015. Features The Oprah Game and Laime or Totally Rapid-fire.

2011

Billed as "America’s first reality podcast", the Earwolf Challenge premiered July 11, 2011 and follows ten podcasts through a reality television-style elimination competition to win a year-long contract with Earwolf. The show is hosted by Matt Besser. It was won by the Totally Laime podcast, hosted by the Los Angeles-based husband and wife duo of Elizabeth Laime and Andy Rosen. After attracting few listeners, Earwolf Challenge is not returning for a second season.

2014

This is the comprehensive and encyclopedic compendium of all things U2. Scott Aukerman and Adam Scott express their mutual admiration for the band by attempting to discuss one album per episode. The podcast started on February 26, 2014, and has had nine special guests: Harris Wittels, Lance Bangs, Paul F. Tompkins, Jimmy Pardo, Todd Glass, Doug Benson, U2, Phoebe Robinson, and Andy Daly. In 2018, the podcast was rebranded as R U Talkin' R.E.M. RE: ME?, discussing the band R.E.M.

2016

In November 2014, Earwolf launched a sister network, Wolfpop, led by Paul Scheer. Wolfpop's podcast lineup included The Black List Table Reads, The Canon, Cardboard! With Rich Sommer, Crybabies, Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period, Get Up on This, Happy Sad Confused, I Was There Too, Maltin on Movies, Nerd Machine's Picking Favorites, Off Camera, OMFG!, Reading Aloud, Rotten Tomatoes, and The Sylvester Stallone Show. On March 7, 2016, the majority of Wolfpop's programs were folded over into Earwolf.

2017

Sklarbro Country migrated to Feral Audio in July 2017.