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Startup exits are the most sought after events in Silicon Valley, but very few people get to experience them. On the Startup Exits Podcast we chat with founders that started, ran and sold a tech company to learn about how it all went down. This podcast is hosted by Andrew Vasylyk and produced by StartupSoft – visit www.startupsoft.com for more info and other great content.
 
www.madbroradio.com The MaD (Matt and Davis) Bro Radio podcast will bring you our interactions with people from all walks of life. In each episode we try to learn more about the various quirks about our guest that makes them special. We hope you enjoy !
 
Frequent updates on the developing worlds of hearing tech, hearing health, consumer audio and voice technology. Guests of the show include experts with backgrounds in audiology, consumer technology, audio, voice tech, biometric monitoring, and more. The goal of Future Ear Radio is to connect the trends converging around our ears. (FuturEar)
 
The Darkened Hour will host interviews with the leading experts in their fields relating to the September 11th 2001 attacks. Content will also expand to fields relating to said event with invigorating, rational discussions surrounding many topics. Areas such as Middle East History, the history of the Intelligence Community (foreign & domestic), U.S-Israel-Saudi geo-politics, and the psychological characteristics of those involved with terrorism and the political sphere,. The Road To 9/11 wit ...
 
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Ariana Richards delights in expressing her creativity in both painting and acting. Encouraged by her family at an early age, she developed an intense interest in the arts. She developed her painting skills even though as a young child she was busy acting. Ariana has appeared in over 30 movies and television shows – including portraying the young co…
 
Guest: Joe Sakumura, AuD - Director of Centers of Specialty Care at The American Institute of Balance Topic: The Case for Becoming an American Institute of Balance Center of Specialty Care Joe joins Dave on the podcast to kick off a new year of audio and hearing health-related discussions. During this conversation, Joe shares why he believes Audiol…
 
In the days when TVs were "dumb", everyone tuned into the same content. Today, the TV watching experience is highly personalized, including the ads. This realization led Ben Antier and Cedric Tournay to start Publica, an advertising platform for smart TVs that was acquired by Integral Ad Sciences ($IAS) for $220 million in 5 years since inception. …
 
Guest: Kane Simms - Founder of VUX World Topic: The State of Conversational AI Heading into 2022 For the last podcast of 2021, Kane Simms joins Dave to provide the listeners with an update on everything that's currently transpiring within the conversational AI space and where Kane believes the technology is moving toward in 2022. As Dave mentions a…
 
Guest: Jill Davis, AuD - Doctor of Audiology and Owner of Victory Hearing & Balance Topic: Successfully Implementing Cognivue into a Private Practice Jill joins Dave on the podcast this week to share the backstory of why she decided to implement Cognivue's computerized cognitive screener in her Audiology clinic, and some of the major takeaways from…
 
In this episode i discuss how the Salafi/Wahhabi ideology which had manifested into a reactive, political Islamic response to Western foreign policy which is often dictated thru Israeli-Gulf lobbyists and their agendas for the Middle East. The responses from terrorist groups led by the Salafi such as the 1983 Beirut barracks bombings, 1993 World Tr…
 
Guest: Paul Harkness - CEO of Lantos Technologies Topic: The 30 Year Hearing Industry Veteran Paul joins Dave on the podcast this week to share his backstory of working in the hearing health industry for the past 30 years. Paul details his journey in the industry, citing all the various companies and roles he's served, and what industry-related mom…
 
The Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 was the the official name of the inquiry conducted by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence into the activities of the U.S. Intelligence Community in connection with the…
 
Guest: Dawn Heiman, AuD - Owner of Advanced Audiology Consultants, CEO of EntreAudiology, Podcast Host of The Hearing Wellness Journey, President-Elect of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Topic: Differentiating via an Expansion of Audiological Services Dawn joins Dave on the podcast this week to share her backstory of becoming an Audiologi…
 
Robert Henri's book The Art Spirit inevitably makes it in any artist's top ten artbook recommendations. As passionate students of Art, we know Robert Henri. His paintings make up an extraordinary body of work. He is considered the "father" of the Ashcan School - a loose alliance of artists whose approach to painting had more in common with journali…
 
Guest: Jon Suen, AuD - PhD Candidate at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing; Predcotoral Trainee at Johns Hopkins Cochlear Center for Hearing & Public Health Topic: Building a Bridge Between Audiology, Gerontology, Nursing and Public Health Jon joins the podcast this week to discuss his personal story of how he wound up at Johns Hopkins. Jon's story is…
 
In this episode, Richard Cox and myself talk about the story of Mohamedou Ould Slahi and the film based on his life and time while imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay Prison in Cuba, "The Mauritanian". Slahi was accused of being involved with Al Qaeda and also being the conduit between members of the "Hamburg Cell" at Al Quds mosque in Germany who were al…
 
Coleen Rowley had served as a Special Agent with the FBI and was assigned to the Omaha, Nebraska and Jackson, Mississippi divisions. Beginning in 1984, she spent six years working in the New York City field office on investigations involving Italian organized crime and Sicilian heroin. During this time she served three temporary assignments in the …
 
Robbie Martin is a journalist and filmmaker. He writes for the magazine White Fungus and Oakland-based news website Media Roots founded by his sister Abby Martin whom he also co-hosts a regular podcast with. He is the behind the documentaries American Bisque, American Anthrax and A Very Heavy Agenda. Robbie has made appearances on Buzzsaw TV, KPFA’…
 
Guest: Laurel Christensen, PhD - Chief Audiology Officer at GN Group Topic: Charting the Past 30 Years in Hearing Aid Innovation Laurel sits down with Dave on the podcast this week to share her journey of going from working in her Dad's ENT practice as a teen to earning her PhD and ultimately joining GN Group, where she now serves as the company's …
 
Guests: Dr. Elaine Saunders, Co-Founder of Blamey & Saunders (acquired by Sonova); Kat Penno - Director of Hearing Health at Nuheara Topic: 10 Years of Pioneering Telehealth & Remote Audiology Dr. Elaine Saunders and Kat Penno join the podcast this week to look back at the past, present and future of Telehealth in the Audiology space. The three dis…
 
Julie Sirrs is a former Middle East analyst for the Defense Intelligence Agency (1992-1999). An ardent student of Afghanistan culture, she began by visiting the war torn country after graduating from Georgetown University. After college, she joined the Defense Intelligence Agency. Her analytic experience of Afghanistan and the Taliban was valuable …
 
In 2021 it's not uncommon to hear that you should build a community before building a product, but not many people could have told you this advice in the 1990s. Rob Howard, who built the early community for ASP.NET while working at Microsoft, is one of those people. After seeing the incredible power of an engaged community, Rob went on to start Tel…
 
Guest: Nick Morgan-Jones - Butterfly Audio Topic: Sound Enhancing Wearables that Inspire People Nick sits down with Dave on the podcast this week to discuss his passion project, Butterfly Audio, which is an attempt at totally reimagining "hearing aids." Nick, who was diagnosed with high-frequency hearing loss at 10 years old (now 28 years old), des…
 
Co-host of The Darkened Hour, Richard Cox, returns to interview Adam Fitzgerald regarding the current state of Afghanistan and the United States military withdrawal of the capitol Kabul in recent weeks leading the Taliban to take complete control of the country. We delve into the history of what precipitated the US invasion in the first place which…
 
Scott L. Christensen must paint - it is core to his very being. His keen eye and probing curiosity of nature reveal a deep love of not just being outdoors – but, rather, immersed in it with all senses engaged. His response to the landscape is visceral. He wants the viewer to feel a deep emotional connection with the landscape. The viewer is not a m…
 
Guest: Carl Robinson, CEO of Rumble Studio and Host of the Voice Tech Podcast Topic: Rumble Studio: Creating Better Audio Production Tools Carl joins Dave on the podcast this week to discuss what he and his team are building at Rumble Studio and have a broad-based conversation about the innovation occurring in the audio production space. As the two…
 
Britt Snyder focuses on capturing memories and feelings on canvas. Though influenced by late 19th century impressionism, Britt's paintings are clearly a modern take of impressionistic figurative, still life, and landscape painting. His portrayal of the human figure resembles a character who once inhabited our dreams of the night, and now their feat…
 
Dan Christensen is the founder and lead investigative reporter of the Florida Bulldog. He is also an award-winning former investigative reporter for The Miami Herald and Daily Business Review. We talk about his ground breakling stories regarding the Saudi lawsuits in the Southern district of New York City, Operation Encore, an FBI investigation inv…
 
Guest: Brad Stewart, AuD - Owner of ClearLife Hearing Care; Co-Founder of AuDflow Topic: Leveling Up the Hearing Care Experience Brad joins Dave this week to share his experience of working in private practice audiology for the last 10 years and how he views the evolution underway in the hearing health industry. They discuss Brad's hearing care con…
 
In the late evening hours of September 11th 2001, those in the highest levels of the federal government were gathering as much intelligence as they possible could to piece together just exactly what happened and who was responsible for the attacks earlier in the day. The Central Intelligence Agency and the Counter-terrorism unit were alarmed that t…
 
Guest: Angela Alexander, AuD - Owner of Auditory Processing Network and APDsupport.com Topic: The Journey to Presenting about Auditory Processing Disorder at TEDx Angela joins Dave on the podcast this week to share her journey of preparing for and ultimately presenting at TedX around Auditory Processing Disorder (APD). Angela describes how she land…
 
Lawrence Wilkerson, a retired United States Army Colonel and former chief of staff to United States Secretary of State Colin Powell who has also served as the associate director under the Director for Policy Planning, talks with us about the past, present and future of the United States foreign policy in the Middle East. The Neoconservative, Israel…
 
A journalist whose career spanned over three decades, Terry McDermott, author of Perfect Soldiers: The 9/11 Hijackers—Who They Were, Why They Did It, and, The Hunt for KSM: Inside the Pursuit and Takedown of the Real 9/11 Mastermind, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (co-authored with Josh Meyer) is invited to speak about both books today. McDermott covers a …
 
Guest: Andy Bellavia - Director of Market Development at Knowles Corp Topic: A New Era in Hearing Loss Solutions Andy joins Dave on the podcast this week to discuss the continually evolving hearables and hearing health landscape. The two discuss the recent presidential executive order that urges the FDA to accelerate its timeline with issuing its o…
 
Frank Serrano's paintings have a sense of atmospheric depth that seem to extend far beyond the two dimensional surface of a canvas. As you look at one of his Western landscape paintings, it's as if you can feel the summer heat enveloping California's Owens Valley. You feel a breeze gently tugging at your soul as you gaze in awe upon the purple glow…
 
Kenneth Williams is a retired 35 year veteran from the Federal Bureau of Investigation out of Phoenix who worked in counter-terrorism on foreign and domestic issues that included being involved with two major terrorist attacks on the United States, The Oklahoma City Alfred Murrah bombing and the September 11th 2001 terrorist attacks. Williams condu…
 
When United Airlines Flight 93 crashed into an open field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania on September 11th 2001, nobody in Somerset County imagined that this horrific incident would be thoughtlessly expressed by the minds of fringe conspiracy theorists who would entertain, repeatedly, irrational theories that would undermine current federal and local…
 
Kevin Kehoe began his remarkable career as a fine art painter just a little over eight years ago. Though he had attended Art Institute of Boston, it would be another 30 years before he would pick up his paint brushes again. With the loving support of his wife, he abandoned a successful career in advertising to pursue fine art painting full time. Ke…
 
Guest: Brian Taylor, AuD - Director of Clinical Content Development at Signia Topic: The Upside of the Increasing Amount of Hearing Solution Optionality Brian joins Dave this week on the podcast to continue the recent string of conversations based around the evolving hearing health landscape. The two discuss where devices like Signia's Active heari…
 
“We’re building a city the size of Paris each week, so every non-optimal project that’s built today is a missed opportunity for changing the world” –– this is one of the reasons why Carl Christensen founded an AI-driven architectural design startup, Spacemaker. The company raised over $30 million, was declared a startup of the year in Norway and wa…
 
In this episode, I lend my thoughts about what precipitated the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington D.C. In a special edition three hour discussion where I cover many specific areas. They include the Afghan-Soviet War, The Rise of Islamic/Salafi Movement, Osama Bin Laden, Israel-Arab-US Foreign relations, The Paul Wolfowitz Doctrine, …
 
Guests: Dr. Kim Cavitt, Owner of Audiology Resources; Geoff Cooling, Co-Founder and Editor of Hearing Aid Know Topic: How Hearing Professionals Can Thrive in an Expanding Hearing Health Market Kim and Geoff join Dave on the podcast this week to continue the discussions had on the podcast recently about the accelerating pace of change occurring in t…
 
Denise LaRue Mahlke paints with soft pastels - which are to her the purest form of artist color. Unfettered with complicated materials, she is free to respond spontaneously to the unfolding spectacle of the big skies and ancient geology of the American West. I first saw her beautiful, atmospheric pastel works of art in person at the Booth Museum. I…
 
In todays episode we cover the life of one of Islam's most venerated and enigmatic scholars of the century. Abdullah Yusuf Azzam was a Palestinian Islamic scholar, author and credited as being the founder of modern day defensive jihad, or "aljihad aldifaeiu" (aldifayou) in the Arabic. In the Quran there are three types of jihad, the jihad against y…
 
Guest: Carolina Milanesi - President & Principal Analyst at Creative Strategies; Founder of Heart of Tech Topic: Google + Samsung + Fitbit = A True Apple Watch Competitor? Carolina joins Dave this week on the podcast to discuss the news coming out of Google's I/O developer conference that Samsung and Google will be merging their smartwatch platform…
 
Eric Bowman could never have imagined the path his life would take for him to become a fine art painter. He wanted to go to art school but the prospect of spending two years in a junior college taking courses that had nothing to do with art - well, that was something he couldn't stomach. And so began a surprising journey with many side trips and de…
 
In 1996, a classified military planning effort led by the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) constructed a covert meta-data collection operation code named, Able Danger. They employed the US Army's Land Information Warfare Activities Division as the data-miners needed to collect 'open source' informati…
 
In 1932, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud granted permission for the American oil company, Standard Oil, to begin drilling for oil in Bahrain. The vast oil reserves which exported billions of barrels annually, would provide the Kingdom with American military protection from it's Arab and non-Arabic neighbors. However the hegemony in the region would…
 
Guests: Abram Bailey, AuD - CEO of Hearing Tracker; Steve Taddei, AuD - Professor at Rock Valley College, Audiologist at Center for Sight & Hearing, and Host of the Hearing Tracker Podcast Topic: The Hearing Health Market Heats Up: Sonova + Sennheiser & Bose Hearing Aids Abram and Steve make their debut on the podcast to help break down the recent …
 
Guests: Natalie Nelson, AuD - Clinical Trainer at Phonak; Ashley Hughes, AuD - Audiologist at Interacoustics Topic: Navigating Student Loans & Negotiating Effectively: A Guide for Young Hearing Pros Natalie and Ashley join Dave on the podcast to share their hard-earned wisdom around navigating student debt and utilizing collaborative negotiation in…
 
Guest: Collin Borns, Head of Business Development (US) at Speechly Topic: Speechly: Enabling Voice User Interfaces Everywhere This week on the podcast, Dave is joined by his old friend Collin Borns to discuss his new venture as Head of Business Development at Speechly. The two chat about the unique capabilities of Speechly, honing in on its ability…
 
The "28 pages" are located in the final summary of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 (JIS), conducted by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Entitled "Part IV: Finding, Discussion and Narrative Regard…
 
Guests: Kat Penno - Audiologist & Founder of the Hearing Collective; Andy Bellavia, Director of Market Development at Knowles Corp Topic: The Hearing Collective & Pushing the Boundaries of Hearing Health Kat and Andy return to the podcast this week to continue their discussion from 6 months ago during episode 48. This time, the three discuss Blamey…
 
Vianna Szabo comfortably switches between painting with pastel, watercolor, acrylic, or oil. She paints beautifully sensitive portraits. Her landscape paintings capture a fleeting moment in time. Expressive color is a hallmark of her paintings no matter the subject she chooses or the medium she uses. In this episode you soon learn that Vianna has a…
 
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