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045 – Ryan Kraudel – Blood Oxygenation Sensors for Consumer Wearables

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Ryan Kraudel, VP of Marketing at Valencell. Ryan has been on the podcast a number of times, as he is the most knowledgeable person I know with regards to biometric sensors, and since biometric monitoring has been such a large theme for Future Ear, he's… Continue reading 045 – Ryan Kraudel – Blood Oxygenation Sensors for Consumer Wearables

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043 – Dr. Cliff Olson & Andy Bellavia – A Seminal Moment in Hearing Aid Innovation

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Dr. Cliff Olson, audiologist and owner of Applied Hearing Solutions, and Andy Bellavia, director of market development at Knowles Corp. With the recent flurry of new hearing aid devices hitting the market, the three of us sat down to talk about some of the high-level… Continue reading 043 – Dr. Cliff Olson & Andy Bellavia – A Seminal Moment in Hearing Aid Innovation

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040 – Jason Mayer & Meagan Lewis – Leveraging Remote Audiology Services to Adapt & Thrive

This week's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Meagan Lewis, Director of Audiology at Wake Forest Baptist Health, and Jason Mayer, VP Commercial Sales at Phonak. The topic of this week's conversation is a deeper exploration of the implementation and usage of remote audiological services. Meagan shares her perspective as a practicing audiologist,… Continue reading 040 – Jason Mayer & Meagan Lewis – Leveraging Remote Audiology Services to Adapt & Thrive

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037 – Carl Thomas & Andy Bellavia – “Hearables Aren’t the Thing… They’re What Give You Access to THE Thing”

Today's episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features hearables experts and returning guests, Andy Bellavia (episodes 3, 4, 28, 32, 35) and Carl Thomas (episode 16). Our discussion today builds on top of the conversation that Carl and I had in episode 16, Hearables as a Platform. During episode 16, Carl and I explored… Continue reading 037 – Carl Thomas & Andy Bellavia – “Hearables Aren’t the Thing… They’re What Give You Access to THE Thing”

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035 – Kat Penno & Andy Bellavia – AirPods’ Role in Tackling Hearing Loss

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features first-time guest and Audiologist, Kat Penno, and re-occurring guest, Andy Bellavia. Kat's based in Peth, Australia, and started the Hearing Collective in 2018, which offers personalized online hearing health services. She's a big proponent of utilizing digital offerings within the hearing health setting, which is… Continue reading 035 – Kat Penno & Andy Bellavia – AirPods’ Role in Tackling Hearing Loss

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023 – Kevin Liebe – (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Kevin Liebe, Audiologist and President/CEO of Hearing Health & Technology Matters (HHTM). For those not familiar, HHTM is a media publication within the hearing care industry that covers a wide variety of topics, research and thought leadership based around hearing aids and hearing healthcare. I… Continue reading 023 – Kevin Liebe – (Hearing Aid) Data is the New Oil

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021 – Liz Fuemmeler – Life as a Recent Audiology Graduate

The next episode of the Future Ear Radio podcast features Liz Fuemmeler, Audiologist and former head of the Student Academy of Audiology. Liz graduated from Purdue's school of Audiology in 2019 and joined on at Hearing and Balance Specialists of Kansas City as a Vestibular specialist not long after. From the onset of the Future… Continue reading 021 – Liz Fuemmeler – Life as a Recent Audiology Graduate

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019 – Mark Truong – Hearing Aid Genius Bars

The next episode of the Future Ear Podcast features Mark Truong, audiology student and host of The Hear Me Out Podcast. I came across Mark's podcast a few months back and was impressed by his guests and the overall quality of his podcast. So, I reached out to Mark to introduce myself and got to… Continue reading 019 – Mark Truong – Hearing Aid Genius Bars

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018 – The Emergence of Hearables Panel with Andy Bellavia

The next episode of the Future Ear Podcast is a recording of the panel that Andy Bellavia and I participated on during Project Voice. The panel was moderated by the host of the event, Bradley Metrock, and was held on January 14th. During the panel, we touched on a wide variety of hearables-specific topics, largely… Continue reading 018 – The Emergence of Hearables Panel with Andy Bellavia

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016 – Carl Thomas – Hearables-as-a-Platform

The next episode of the Future Ear Podcast features Carl Thomas, Founding Director at Audiowings. Along with launching wearable company, Audiowings, Carl also founded Wearables London seven years ago, which brings industry thought leaders and executives together. As someone who has a long history working in the wearables industry, I figured Carl would be a… Continue reading 016 – Carl Thomas – Hearables-as-a-Platform