|Born||Northbrook, Illinois, U.S.|
|Alma mater||Brigham Young University|
|Occupation||Entrepreneur, film producer|
Rich Raddon is an American entrepreneur who recently sold his first venture MOVIECLIPS to Fandango, and works in the media technology space. Currently, Raddon is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of ZEFR, a company that provides technology solutions for content owners and brands on YouTube.
Raddon grew up in Northbrook, Illinois and is a graduate of Brigham Young University, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in Finance. Raddon began his career as an assistant to the late writer/director/producer John Hughes (filmmaker) in Chicago.
Raddon is an American entrepreneur and film producer. He is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of ZEFR, a company that provides technology solutions for major content owners and brands on YouTube. Raddon is also responsible for leading overall strategy and operations as well as overseeing the content and distribution strategy, partnering with Hollywood studios and other media companies.
In December 2009, along with investment banker Zach James, Raddon co-founded MOVIECLIPS, a movie clips sharing Web startup company located in Santa Monica, CA. In April 2014, MovieClips sold to Fandango (ticket service).
Raddon served as the director of the Los Angeles Film Festival and as a media producer. He resigned his position with the LA Film Fest in November 2008 after it was disclosed that a donation was made, through The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to pass Proposition 8, banning same-sex marriage in California.
|1999||A Slipping-Down Life||Producer|
|1998||A Hollow Place||Producer||Short Film|
|1996||Shooting Lily||Steven||Also producer|
|1996||The Woman in the Moon||Producer|
|1993||The Making of '...And God Spoke'"||Producer|
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- Rich Raddon on Internet Movie Database
- In 2017, media companies will finally realize they are being disrupted by the very platforms that distribute their content
- Richard Raddon: Results Oriented
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