Stephen Beacham is an award-winning video producer focusing on How-To videos and environmental tech news and sustainability. Stephen comes from an audio production background and began his career interning for rock legends, Green Day, during the production of their Grammy Award winning album 'American Idiot'. He began his online video career as an audio engineer for Gamespot.com which ultimately led him to CNET. Stephen has won 3 Telly Awards for CNET.com in the Green/Eco Friendly and How-To categories and he was nominated for 2 Webby Awards as a producer. Check out more of Stephen's video and podcast work here at CNET.com.
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Silver Telly Award Winner for Best Sustainability Video 2021, Silver Telly Award Winner for Best How-To/DIY 2020, Bronze Telly Award Winner for Best Green / Eco Friendly Video 2019, Nominated for a 2021 Webby Award for Best Limited Series Audio Podcast,
Freelancer Michael Franco writes about the serious and silly sides of science and technology for CNET and other pixel and paper pubs. He's kept his fingers on the keyboard while owning a B&B in Amish country, managing an eco-resort in the Caribbean, sweating in Singapore, and rehydrating (with beer, of course) in Prague. E-mail Michael.
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Tim Stevens got his start writing professionally while still in school in the mid '90s, and since then has covered topics ranging from business process management to video game development to automotive technology.
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