Dealerscope Podcast

Dealerscope Podcast

In the high-strung consumer electronics retail business, it can be hard to take a moment to step back and breathe. The Dealerscope Podcast gives CE retail leaders the chance to kick back, relax, and talk shop in a casual setting.

Episodes

November 23, 2022 28 min
Our November AudioMag is out now! End your day by hearing how consumers are buying the next best TVs to prepare for #superbowl season and more on what's happening in the #consumerelectronics industry.
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Our editor, Sam Hitt, joins Rob Stott from Nationwide to talk about their experience at IFA as well as emerging technology segments.
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October 19, 2022 30 min
Learn about the buzz behind digital twin technology, cryptocurrency, and how induction technology is replace gas stoves.
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Rob Tobias, CEO of HDMI Licensing Administrator Inc., honors the 20th anniversary of HDMI with a discussion about how HDMI has grown in the gaming industry, the company’s main concerns with the supply chain and what’s coming next.
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September 29, 2022 22 min
Jim Mayo, Samsung CEO, gives us a explanation of what Samsung is bringing to CEDIA.
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September 12, 2022 28 min
Listen to our editor's favorite stories from selfie drones to Black Friday predictions in this issue.
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August 12, 2022 33 min
Listen to our favorite stories from the 2022 August Issue of Dealerscope. Hear about the latest school technology, TechTok pages on social media, and more!
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July 7, 2022 41 min
The Dealerscope editors come together and read their favorite stories from the July 2022 Issue. Stories range from social media tech, to travel tech, to smart watches, and more!
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July 7, 2022 27 min
We invited Paul Richards to unpack e-sports rise to fame and why it is relevant to consumer electronics retailers and tech industry.
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Deena Ghazarian, founder and CEO of Austere, and Brad Bramy, VP of marketing and operations for HDMI LA, provide their perspectives and provide important info.
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Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan interviews Steve Erickson, COO of Cyber Acoustics, which makes bang-for-the-buck computer accessories for school and work scenarios. Erickson discusses the latest trends in the office tech space, as well as the story of Cyber Acoustics and its further expansion into B2B markets.
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Johan Liljeros is the GM and Senior Commerce Advisor at Avensia, an e-commerce solutions company. In episode 126, Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan talks with Liljeros about the latest trends in what is increasingly called "digital commerce" -- and whether or not retailers need to claim their space in the metaverse just yet.
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Online reviews are an increasingly important way to attract consumers to retail and other businesses, but unfortunately, the legitimacy of those reviews can’t always be verified. In today’s episode, we discuss the issue, along with solutions, with Curtis Boyd, the founder of The Transparency Company, which has developed software that detects fake reviews on Google and other sites.
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Sustainability and style are two of the main components of Austere, which CEO Deena Ghazarian founded in 2019 to give audio, video, and power accessories the same brand cachet, design focus, and quality that lifestyle and fashion brands have. Ghazarian is a veteran of the fashion industry, which also informs her emphasis on sustainability in terms of Austere’s products and packaging. Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan asks Gh...
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March 18, 2022 26 min
Our group publisher, Tony Monteleone, attended the 2022 Inspired Home Show in Chicago, IL. On today's episode he talks about how he enjoyed the show and what home technology will catch consumers attention once they hit the market. He also discusses why he thinks it's important for retailers to attend the show.
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HDMI 2.0, HDMI 2.1, and HDMI 2.1a: What's the difference between these three audio-video standards, and what do retailers specifically need to know about them? Dealerscope Editor-in-Chief Tom Samiljan spoke with Brad Bramy, Vice President of Marketing and Operations at HD Licensing Administrator (HDMI LA), to find out.
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The WiSA wireless standard powers seamless high-resolution and multi-channel audio for music and home theater applications alike -- without a jumble of cables all over the place. In this episode, Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan asks WiSA Association President Tony Ostrom about everything from WiSA basics to retailer education to the launch of WiSA Technologies, a new initiative that brings new technologies and hardware to ...
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In today's episode, Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan speaks with Roei Friedberg, CEO of Aura Americas, which makes a line of air purifiers for consumers and offices and just launched the Aura Web Platform, a new enterprise solution that lets businesses and institutions manage their indoor air quality intelligently and at at scale. We'll also find out just how the tiny beer can-sized Aura Air Mini works to keep virus...
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In today's episode, Dealerscope Editor in Chief Tom Samiljan speaks with MeetKai CEO and Co-Founder James Kaplan about AI-powered VR experiences in the metaverse. Kaplan's company got its start as a conversational AI provider, but is now branching out with a new lifestyle VR environment known as the MeetKai Metaverse, which features virtual environments such as museums, boxing gyms, and meditation spaces that will be staffe...
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January 12, 2022 24 min
Join us as we discuss CES 2022 with our Group Publisher, Tony Monteleone. Tony is a CES veteran, but this year the show was different due to the show being half in-person and half virtual. Hear what he believes did and didn't work as well as what new technology caught his interest.
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