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056 – Ron Jaworski – Making the Internet More Audible

Hello and welcome back to Future Ear and the launch of Season Two of the Future Ear Radio podcast! When I started Future Ear in 2017, my goal was to, "connect the trends converging around the ear." Since then, I've been fortunate to meet many of the top experts working in many of the industries… Continue reading 056 – Ron Jaworski – Making the Internet More Audible

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055 – “What are you looking forward to in 2021?” Part 2 (Hearing Health)

Part two of the end-of-year compilation, and the last Future Ear Radio episode of the year, features six hearing health industry leaders. While part one (released last week) featured guests with expertise and backgrounds in consumer hearables and voice technology, this week's episode highlights the perspective of the hearing professional. "What are you looking forward… Continue reading 055 – “What are you looking forward to in 2021?” Part 2 (Hearing Health)

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054 – “What are you looking forward to in 2021?” Part 1 (Hearables + Voice)

As we wind down the year, I rounded up a smattering of guests from the show this year for two end-of-the-year episodes. For these two episodes, I asked each guest, "what are you most looking forward to in 2021 as it relates to your industry, expertise and passion?" This episode features seven guests related to… Continue reading 054 – “What are you looking forward to in 2021?” Part 1 (Hearables + Voice)

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053 – Andrew Song – Whisper.ai & A Novel Approach to Hearing Aids

This week on the Future Ear Radio podcast, I'm joined by Andrew Song, Co-founder and President of Whisper.ai. The inspiration for Whisper stems from Andrew and his two co-founders personal experiences' with family members suffering from hearing loss, combined with each co-founder's background working in Silicon Valley. Throughout this conversation, Andrew explains how the team… Continue reading 053 – Andrew Song – Whisper.ai & A Novel Approach to Hearing Aids

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052 – Shawna Jackson, AuD & Jackie Phillips, AuD – The Value of 3D Ear Scanners

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features two Audiologists - Shawna Jackson and Jackie Phillips. Shawna is a Clinical Audiologist at the Callier Center in Dallas, while Jackie is an Audiologist and Product Manager of the Otoscan at Natus Medical. For this week's discussion, we're focusing on a fun new technology that… Continue reading 052 – Shawna Jackson, AuD & Jackie Phillips, AuD – The Value of 3D Ear Scanners

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051 – Richard Einhorn – Jacoti + Qualcomm & The Consumerization of Hearing Health

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features consultant and musician, Richard Einhorn. Richard has consulted for Jacoti, a software-based hearing augmentation company, since 2014. So, when the news broke that Jacoti was partnering with Qualcomm to integrate its hearing augmentation software into Qualcomm's chips, I figured that Richard would be a great… Continue reading 051 – Richard Einhorn – Jacoti + Qualcomm & The Consumerization of Hearing Health

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050 – Bret Kinsella – The State of Voice Tech & What Comes Next

Today marks the 50th episode of the podcast, so I want to lead off by saying THANK YOU to all the folks who have tuned in along the way and supported the podcast and blog in one way or another. All the feedback and support I receive serves as motivation to keep chugging along. I… Continue reading 050 – Bret Kinsella – The State of Voice Tech & What Comes Next

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049 – Nick Hunn & Carl Thomas – The Past, Present and Future of Hearables

This week's episode of the Future Ear Podcast features Nick Hunn, CTO at WiFore and Chairman of Bluetooth's SIG Hearing Aid Working Group, and Carl Thomas, Founder of Audiowings. Our conversation today explores the first five years of hearables, the present state of the product category and its various subsets, and what the next five… Continue reading 049 – Nick Hunn & Carl Thomas – The Past, Present and Future of Hearables

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048 – Kat Penno & Andy Bellavia – Lifestyle Enhancement Devices

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Andy Bellavia, Director of Market Development at Knowles, and Kat Penno, Founder and Principal Audiologist of The Hearing Collective. In an effort to help keep each other and the audience abreast with the fast-moving hearables industry, we've decided that the three of us will get… Continue reading 048 – Kat Penno & Andy Bellavia – Lifestyle Enhancement Devices

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047 – Dr. Kim Cavitt & Karl Strom – Where the Big Opportunities Lie for Hearing Professionals

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features two hearing care industry experts, Kim Cavitt and Karl Strom. Kim is a long time audiologist who has worked in nearly every facet of the hearing care industry and is the owner of of the consulting firm, Audiology Resources. Karl is one of the Founding… Continue reading 047 – Dr. Kim Cavitt & Karl Strom – Where the Big Opportunities Lie for Hearing Professionals