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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephan Paternot. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephan Paternot, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephan Paternot. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephan Paternot, often where they are interviewed.

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Feb 13 2019 · 13mins
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Personal branding, paper wealth and plastic pants with the Globe.com’s Stephan Paternot

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Steph Paternot make a virtual fortune when the internet startup he co-founded in college, TheGlobe.com set records on its first trading day.

But he and his company paid the price when his personal brand image as a brash young hard- partying entrepreneur pulled attention away from the business fundamentals. 

For more information, visit the show notes at https://www.bobbirebell.com/podcast/stephanpaternot 

Jan 28 2019 · 12mins

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188. TheGlobe.com Story With Stephan Paternot Part III

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Part three of our epic conversation with Stephan Paternot. Here's what happens when you've been through the wringer. When you've been to the top of the rollercoaster and also down to the bottom. Here's how you take stock of your life, how you reinvent yourself, re-find you entrepreneurial spirit... I feel like there are so many lessons in these three episodes. Lessons for entrepreneurs today. Lesson for... I dunno. People in the crypto space? My thanks to Stephan Paternot for an insanely great conversation. 

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Jan 26 2019 · 37mins
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187. TheGlobe.com Story with Stephan Paternot Part II

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Ok, part 2 of the Stephan Paternot mega-episode right now. This is where we get into the meat of it, the good stuff, the whole crazy roller coaster ride of being the hottest startup of the dotcom era. And I was going to make this the last episode, but as I was editing this, I realized that after we get done with this story, Stephan talks a lot about what happens after... what happens after you've been on a crazy ride like this. How you have to reinvent yourself, and your life, and your career. He said so many interesting things about that, that for the first time ever, we're going to do a part 3, coming in two weeks, to talk about the reinvention.

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Jan 06 2019 · 1hr 4mins

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Forget Mark Zuckerberg - Stephan Paternot Is The Reason We Have Social Media

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Everyone thinks Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook gave birth to social media in 2004, but that isn't true. Before there was Facebook there was theglobe.com – the first-ever social networking site, created by 2 guys at the birth of the dot-com era, Stephan Paternot and Todd Krizelman. They launched it from their college dorm room at Cornell, and after a meteoric rise, theglobe.com became world-famous for its billion-dollar IPO in 1998. Over a six-year span, the company grew to over 300 employees, and the website became one of the top thirty most trafficked sites in the world. Only to quickly plummet toward the depths.

Today, Stephan Paternot is co-founder & CEO of Slated, the world’s first online film finance marketplace. Powered by machine-learning analytics, over 1,400 listed films have received over $1.4 billion in investor introductions as of 2018. Over half of 2018’s Sundance Film Festival selections and Oscar nominated films were made by Slated members in producing, directing, and writing roles. In 2004, Stephan co-founded PalmStar, a film production and financing company that has produced and financed over 30 films including Hereditary (2018), Collateral Beauty (2016), Sing Street (2016) and John Wick (2014). Stephan is also the founder and general partner of the Actarus Funds. Founded in 2002, these angel funds have backed such companies as LendingClub, SecondMarket, Indiegogo, AngelList, Digital Currency Group, and many more.

Stephan joins ONE37pm Strength Editor Corban Goble to discuss his amazing story and the re-release and updated version of his memoir, A Very Public Offering, detailing his experience at theglobe.com. A Very Public Offering was updated and reissued in 2018 in conjunction with the worldwide release of the National Geographic Television series Valley of the Boom, in which Stepgen is featured as a character, due out January 2019. Plus, his thoughts on what the next generation of innovators need to know and his current work with Slated.

Dec 27 2018 · 46mins
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186. TheGlobe.com Story with Stephan Paternot

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I said in the book, I think TheGlobe.com was the quintessential dot-com company. We spoke to one of the cofounders previously, Todd Krizelman. Todd was great, but he was time constrained and he didn’t quite get as personal about the story as I would have hoped. Well, I finally got to talk to the other founder of TheGlobe, Stephan Paternot. And Stephan was… AMAZING. He shared the whole story, the whole wild ride, from a historical angle, from a business angle, from an entrepreneurial angle and also, from a very personal angle. THIS the dot-com era story I’ve been looking for for years. It’s also the story of probably the most important pioneer of social media before there was even a term for such a thing. And by the way… that TV Show that just came out on NAT GEO, Valley of the Boom? THIS IS THAT STORY. Stephan just re-released his book, A Very Public Offering: The Story of theglobe.com and the First Internet Revolution.

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Dec 24 2018 · 50mins
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1.2 Embracing Data in Film Production

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“ROI and Critical acclaim should not be dirty words. They are essential words for the independent film market to be healthy and sustainable” Stephan Paternot.
Stephan Paternot (@stephanpaternot) CEO and Founder of film financing platform www.Slated.com discusses film investment and how Slated’s unique scoring system can help bring smart money to your film. He also explains whether your film is going to make money, receive critical acclaim and even win awards is “highly knowable at script stage”.

In this episode you will discover:
1. how Slated’s script analytics work and why they believe it can predict the success of films, financially and critically
2. why a data driven approach can bring investment to your project
how Slated scores projects across script, teams and finances and why it can benefit your project
3. the link between Rotten Tomatoes scoring and financial success (ROI)
4. How Stephan's experience as a successful Tech entrepreneur is informing Slated's approach to the film industry

Discover more about this and other podcasts at www.futureoffilm.live
Feb 24 2017 · 28mins
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Stephan Paternot, Co-founder & CEO of Slated

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I talk to Stephan Paternot about Slated, his tech startup that is changing the world of film financing.
Feb 20 2016 · 26mins