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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Pete Erickson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Pete Erickson, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Pete Erickson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Pete Erickson, often where they are interviewed.

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The Opportunities in Voice Tech with Pete Erickson, Founder VOICE SUMMIT

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This week on the Tech Cat Show we chat with Pete Erickson, Founder of Modev, a company that is focused on creating great events and experiences and also founder of VOICE, the premier event for voice technology. We'll chat with Pete about the events business, the impact Covid-19 has had and how he's driving engagement around voice technology by creating experiences around his VOICE brand. Pete will enlighten us about the future of events, AI and voice tech and how to move smartly through this pandemic on this week's Tech Cat Show.
Jul 18 2020 · 54mins
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Episode 35- The Sound Marketing Landscape with Pete Erickson (Part Two)

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In today’s episode, we discuss this past January in Vegas at the Voice at CES event and how that went, other noteworthy events and resources, great ingenuity and exploration examples that have already occurred in this wide open landscape, and predictions for the future.

Tune in for episode 36 and 37 where we talk with Alex Woodrich of Why Do Birds, a sound agency based in Berlin.  It was really fun to take the temperature of Europe's approach and beyond.

Remember, the sound marketing industry is an inclusive and encouraging community.  We’re starting something from nothing really and everyone is super excited to lift each other up so we can all belong and succeed together.  So ask questions. No question is too dumb or too obvious. Trust me, I’ve asked some doozies.

We all make sounds.  Let’s make them “on purpose”.

For more of the Sound In Marketing Podcast, don’t forget to follow, subscribe and share.  You can find us on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Pandora, and Stitcher.

For inquiries on producing and developing your own podcast or for inquiries on sonic branding and sonic branding consultations availabilities, you can find me at Dreamr Productions.  That’s www.dreamrproductions.com, Linkedin and Facebook.  You can also email me at jeanna@dreamrproductions.com

This episode was produced by Dreamr Productions and hosted, written, and edited by me, Jeanna Isham.  

Let’s make this world of sound more intriguing, more unique, and more and more on brand.

Apr 28 2020 · 20mins

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WFS 118 - Euro Nymphing Tips with Pete Erickson - Echo Fly Fishing, Shadow X, Grayling, Loch Style Fishing

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https://wetflyswing.com/118

I sat down with Pete Erickson to talk about euro nymphing and his experience developing one of the popular euro nymphing rods on the market, the Echo Shadow X.  We find out which is the best length and weight, how to cast a euro nymphing rod and some bonus tips to help you while you are on the river.

We also touch on Loch Style stillwater fishing and why it's something you should check out this year if you haven't heard about it yet.  We touch on a little bit on grayling as associated with Pete's Team USA work.

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I've had a few Team USA guests on the podcast in the past including Jeff Currier, Devin Olsen and Lance Egan.

We talk about Oliver White, Tom Rowland and the rest of the Jackson Hole gang that Pete was connected with in the early 1990's.  Tom Bie and Lori-Ann Murphy were also all part of the crew in the early days.

Pete won the great outdoor games and was invited to Team USA.

Here's the fly rod breaking test video.

The Shadow X Euro Nymphing Rod by Echo

We talk about Vladi Trzebunia and the influence of him on Pete's fishing career.

Pete notes the Lance Egan podcast where he covered Euro nymphing as well. 

The Stillwater fly rod series is the big next thing that Pete is working on.

Pete fishes with Phil Rowley and we noted that he was on the podcast in episode 36 here.

Loon and Clackacraft are two companies that Pete is connected with as an ambassador.

Thievery Corporation was noted as a good fly fishing and tying groove.  Click here and listen automatically on their site.

I note the #LiarsDen story - You have to decide if this story is true or false.

You can find Pete at Echo Fly Fishing here.

Resources Noted in the Podcast The Shadow X Euro Nymphing Rods

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Thievery Corporation

The Echo Rod Breaking Test Video

Conclusion with Pete Erickson

Pete and I dig into Euro Nymphing and rod design.  Pete designed the new and great Echo Shadow X euro nymphing rod.  Lots of history and tips and tricks today on the show including the story of how Pete won the ESPN Outdoor contest that launched him on his way.

And if you’re interested in the right spey rod for steelhead, Click here to see the Echo Spey Rod:  https://wetflyswing.com/echo (you get a free fly line if you use that link today) that has helped me drastically improve my spey cast and find more steelhead at a super reasonable cost.

Recommended Spey Rod:  https://wetflyswing.com/Echo

Jan 28 2020 · 1hr 18mins
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A Conversation with Pete Erickson of VOICE Summit 2019

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In this episode, Teri has a two-way interview between himself and Pete Erickson of Modev, the company behind Voice Summit and the Inside Voice Podcast.

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Pete Erickson is the founder and CEO of Modev, and their very successful Voice Summit has so far been the largest gathering of voice technology enthusiasts in the world. Voice Summit 2019 will be taking place in Newark, New Jersey on July 22nd to 25th 2019.

Pete has been interested in interviewing Teri for his podcast and Teri wanted to interview him for his podcast, so they decided to do a joint podcast to get each of each other’s ideas on what’s happening with voice technology today. 

New Elements in Voice Summit 2019: Pete

  • The Voice Summit 2018 was more focused on content and bringing voice technology enthusiasts together with as many voices as possible being heard. This year they want to do the same, but they are also adding in some key activations that were not there last year, like The Voice Awards (a full awards dinner where they will give awards across about 15 different categories. Amazon, Samsung and Microsoft will be giving special awards too).
  • They will also add in the Sonic Brands Society, which is a new networking community specifically around audio branding, and it will launched at the Grammy Museum on the 23rd of July, 2019.
  • They will add on a hackathon, S.T.E.A.M Day (for middle to high school kids), and more structured networking type of events.

The Direction of Alexa in Canada: Teri

  • Teri’s biggest passions are education, technology and healthcare.
  • Three years ago he was not involved in the voice first space. He started hearing about voice assistants coming to Canada and got very interested. The more he looked into it; he realized it was something that was going to revolutionize everything that we do.
  • He went into the web to look for resources that Canadians could use to learn about voice, but couldn’t find any, so he decided to create some type of resource. He first launched the Alexa in Canada Podcast.
  • He started to learn about flash briefings and up until today sees them as one of the biggest opportunities in educating audiences.
  • His flash briefing has been the number one flash briefing in Canada since its launch and is currently approaching its 500th consecutive episode.
  • Being a physician, he launched the Voice First Health Podcast with the idea of educating people about what is going on at the intersection of healthcare and voice.
  • He launched Briefcast.FM, the first network for flash briefings, where he vets flash briefings. The network solved the problem of flash briefing discoverability and gives people access to the best quality flash briefings today.
  • He then created the Flash Briefing Formula, a free premium course on how to create a flash briefing.

Teri at the Voice Summit

  • He’s going to give the overview to flash briefings and talk about the opportunities in that space while giving the current statistics on why it’s a great opportunity compared to podcasts.
  • He will then give a tutorial on how to set up a flash briefing by recording a live flash briefing from the workshop, so people can see what goes into it and how it’s put up. That way people will come away from that with basic knowledge on how to set it up on their own flash briefing.
  • Teri will also give several other talks.

Voice in the Longevity Economy: Teri

  • Different companies are jumping into the aging in place sector. Voice is going to have an incredible impact in this space.
  • A voice assistant can act as a care aid for a senior living at home. It can provide medication reminders, reminders of appointments, check on how they are doing, and generally monitor their health.
  • Teri believes we are heading towards a more decentralized healthcare system which will allow seniors to bring healthcare into their homes and consequently take pressure off of the healthcare system and overworked health workers.

Voice Summit Speakers on Voice Technology Use Among Seniors: Pete

  • There will be a lot of brilliant speakers, organizations and healthcare industry strategists at the summit.

Voice Technology Predictions: Pete

  • He predicts that in a year from now, the monetization models for developers are going to open up and bring a lot more independent developers into the voice space. It’s already happening and the ones who are doing it will be highlighted at the Voice Summit 2019.

Voice Technology Predictions: Teri

  • Teri is very excited about the developments related to healthcare and thinks that the recent HIPAA Compliance that was announced by Amazon is a game changer. That means that voice devices can be used as medical devices that can capture, provide and store personal health information.
  • The whole idea of vocal biomarkers (voice as a vital sign) is incredible and Teri predicts that we will start seeing some amazing applications in the near future.

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Jun 18 2019 · 34mins

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Pete Erickson on Voice Summit 2019

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Welcome to the inaugural episode of Inside VOICE, the podcast of Voice Summit which returns to NJIT in Newark New Jersey in July 2019.

In this episode host James Poulter, CEO of Vixen Labs chats with Pete Erikson, CEO and Founder of Modev, the team behind Voice Summit about what to expect at the event this year and the history of how the Summit came to be.

For more on Voice Summit - visit the website to sign up to submit speaker submissions and more. 

Jan 11 2019 · 36mins
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Wearables + Things, ModevCon 2014 & More! with Pete Erickson

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Modev founder Pete Erickson joins us for the 42nd episode of the podcast to discuss Modev's recent Wearables + Things conference, their upcoming ModevCon event, and the evolution of the DC tech scene since Pete started Modev in 2008. We discuss some of the hacks that came out of the Wearables + Things Hackathon, Pete's own experience with wearable devices like the Pebble Watch, and the different tracks available at ModevCon, which will take place on December 11th and 12th. 

See the following links for more information on Pete Erickson and Modev:  

Nov 28 2014 · 33mins