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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephen White. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephen White, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Stephen White. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Stephen White, often where they are interviewed.

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Biko aka Stephen White

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Auf dem Sofa sitzt in dieser Ausgabe ein richtiger Gentleman, der dank seiner Vielfältigkeit nicht nur die Sicht eines Künstlers, sondern auch die Sichtweise eines Eventmanagers kennt. Biko aka Stpehen White plaudert aus verschiedenen perspektiven und weiss worauf es bei den meisten Künstlern ankommt. Ein ganz tolles Instagram-Foto fällt in dieser Sendung besonders auf und via Instagram-Live schaltet sich der basel-landschaftliche Rapper e-Light dazu.
Nov 19 2020 · 34mins
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The Creative Convergence Podcast #23 – Stephen White

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Stephen is the Chief Executive Officer at StageIt Corp. White joined StageIt in May of 2020. In this role, White leads the strategy, execution and delivery for the company. Prior to joining StageIt White was the Chief Executive and Chairman of the Board for Dubset Media Holdings. White joined Dubset as CEO in February 2015. White served as chief executive and President at Gracenote from 2012-2014. White held numerous roles for the company across 14 years and played a critical role in growing the company from a small start-up, focusing on music technologies and information, into a digital entertainment leader that touches millions of music and movie fans around the globe. In his role as president, White oversaw all company strategy and operations, and was responsible for growing Gracenote’s core business. Before joining Gracenote, White was the vice president of product for streaming music start-up Echo.com, which was one of the first companies to combine group content streaming and community features. Prior to Echo.com, White was a senior director and executive producer for CKS, a media consultancy based in Silicon Valley where he lead teams in the creation of web properties such as the Apple online store and GM.com. He began his career as a reporter and writer.
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Nov 18 2020 · 1hr 14mins

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Ep 119: The Red Lion Theater Discovery with Stephen White

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Underneath a housing redevelopment in Whitechapel, England, archaeologists have unearthed what is believed to be the remains of The Red Lion theater. The Red Lion predates Shakespeare’s Globe and is thought to be the earliest purpose built theater known to have been built in the city since Roman-times. Built by John Brayne in 1567, the Red Lion was a predecessor to Brayne’s next construction on The Theatre in Shoreditch which was owned by James Burbage and completed almost a decade later, in 1576.The Red Lion represents the start of a new movement in London which would give foundation to the budding career of a young William Shakespeare, in that this was the first time in modern history anyone was trying to provide a permanent home for the popular Tudor playing companies who up to this point were housed at various houses, inns, and other venues as a strictly travelling troupe. To create purpose built theaters was a unique change in the early modern theater industry that invited patrons to come to the theater instead of the other way around. Other than brief mentions in two lawsuits from the time period, there has not been much information to inform our understanding of this groundbreaking theater, until now. In January of 2019, a team of archaeologists with Archaeology South-East, part of University College London’s Institute of Archaeology, began excavations that revealed 144 timbers thought to make up the scaffolding of the Red Lion’s stage.. The director of the project, Stephen White, is here today to tell us about the dig, what they have found, and what we now know about the Red Lion based on their history discovery.

Jul 27 2020 · 22mins
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Stephen White: OverCome Addiction

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Stephen White is a recovering addict from multiple drugs like meth, heroin, and alcohol. He came on the podcast to tell his story on how he OverCame being a homeless addict to now helping people get clean and improve their lives.


I wanted to have him on to discuss his story because the plight in which a lot of people are in right now due to pandemic, social issues, and job loss may lead to increased drug & alcohol consumption or relapse for current recovering addicts. 


Listen to these short clips and lessons he learned and remember that the full version will be out later this week. 


If you are struggling with addiction please reach out to 


https://treehouserecovery.com/.   (855) 202-2138


www.betterhelp.com/OCY

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Jun 18 2020 · 1hr 30mins
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The Clerk (CEO) of the Worshipful Company of Coopers, Stephen White, joins Alberto Lidji to shed light on the world of livery companies, the history of the Coopers’ since 1298 and their philanthropy

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The Clerk (CEO) of the Worshipful Company of Coopers, Stephen White, joins Alberto Lidji to shed light on the world of livery companies, the history of the Coopers’ since 1298 and their philanthropic work.

The Coopers’ livery company has a long history, first mentioned in a public record back in 1298.  Today, they have approximately 350 members and are very much open to everyone. They have a strong focus on fellowship, charitable work and business activity.

Many people outside of the UK are not familiar with the world of livery companies and, even within the UK, there is often a lack of understanding on what livery companies do, how they’re governed and the process to join one.  Stephen does a wonderful job of taking listeners through a multi-faceted exploration of the livery company world and the Coopers’ in particular, of which he is CEO.

Today, there are 110 livery companies in England and, since the 1970s, approximately 30 new livery companies have been established. 

There are three main types of collaborations between different livery companies. There is a collaboration between ‘The Great 12’ livery companies (these are the top 12 livery companies based on their wealth ranking back in the 16th Century. Today, these 12 may not necessarily be the wealthiest but the tradition of the Great 12 stands); then there is a collaboration between companies that have a ‘hall’; and lastly there’s collaboration between those companies that have no hall and are not one of the Great 12.

Livery companies in the UK are amongst the largest philanthropic donors in the country.  In addition to supporting members of the coopers trade (cask makers), the company also supports two schools in the UK and makes grants based on the funding applications it receives from interested parties.

Stephen notes how the coopers trade is witnessing something of a renaissance in England, now that the country's sparkling wines are increasingly being recognised for their quality on the international stage. It’s an exciting time for coopers / cask makers in England.

Stephen’s key takeaway for listeners: he refers to the Company’s motto -- Love is Brethren – and laments consumerism and greed.  He would like to see people with abundant resources be more philanthropic and spread their wealth more generously. Give back to society as much as you can! 

Visit Lidji.org for guest bios, episode notes and useful links. Please subscribe to the podcast if you enjoy it. Thank you!

Sep 16 2019 · 30mins
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The Clerk (CEO) of the Worshipful Company of Coopers, Stephen White, joins Alberto Lidji to shed light on the world of livery companies, the history of the Coopers’ since 1298 and their philanthropy

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The Clerk (CEO) of the Worshipful Company of Coopers, Stephen White, joins Alberto Lidji to shed light on the world of livery companies, the history of the Coopers’ since 1298 and their philanthropic work.

The Coopers’ livery company has a long history, first mentioned in a public record back in 1298.  Today, they have approximately 350 members and are very much open to everyone. They have a strong focus on fellowship, charitable work and business activity.

Many people outside of the UK are not familiar with the world of livery companies and, even within the UK, there is often a lack of understanding on what livery companies do, how they’re governed and the process to join one.  Stephen does a wonderful job of taking listeners through a multi-faceted exploration of the livery company world and the Coopers’ in particular, of which he is CEO.

Today, there are 110 livery companies in England and, since the 1970s, approximately 30 new livery companies have been established. 

There are three main types of collaborations between different livery companies. There is a collaboration between ‘The Great 12’ livery companies (these are the top 12 livery companies based on their wealth ranking back in the 16th Century. Today, these 12 may not necessarily be the wealthiest but the tradition of the Great 12 stands); then there is a collaboration between companies that have a ‘hall’; and lastly there’s collaboration between those companies that have no hall and are not one of the Great 12.

Livery companies in the UK are amongst the largest philanthropic donors in the country.  In addition to supporting members of the coopers trade (cask makers), the company also supports two schools in the UK and makes grants based on the funding applications it receives from interested parties.

Stephen notes how the coopers trade is witnessing something of a renaissance in England, now that the country's sparkling wines are increasingly being recognised for their quality on the international stage. It’s an exciting time for coopers / cask makers in England.

Stephen’s key takeaway for listeners: he refers to the Company’s motto -- Love is Brethren – and laments consumerism and greed.  He would like to see people with abundant resources be more philanthropic and spread their wealth more generously. Give back to society as much as you can! 

Visit Lidji.org for guest bios, episode notes and useful links. Please subscribe to the podcast if you enjoy it. Thank you!

Sep 16 2019 · 30mins
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MGT123: How To Clear Your Mixtape, Remix, Or DJ Mix – Stephen White (Dubset)

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Dubset is a tech-meets-rights-management platform that can clear everything from mixtapes to remixes and turn them into revenue for artists and writers. Listen on to see what it means to you.
Dec 10 2018 · 25mins
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Ep.6 Stephen White

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Ep.6 Stephen White by Podcast Salmo
Oct 07 2018 · 56mins
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Stephen White (STREF)

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Sat with writer and illustrator Stephen White. Discussing his long and varied time working in the industry, Stephen began by telling me how working for the council in 1980’s gave him his first job as a designer and illustrator. Having read the Broons, Oor willie and TinTin growing up, as well as always drawing and producing his own comics such as his anthology Milk. It was a genuine pleasure to get the opportunity to meet and talk with such as talented and brilliant storyteller. I hope you enjoy.
Jul 03 2018 · 1hr 13mins
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Stephen White - A Democratic Bearing

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A conversation with Stephen White about his recent book, A Democratic Bearing (Cambridge UP).
Apr 24 2018 · 1hr 25mins
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