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FANSTEREO FOUNDER & CEO JAY LEOPARDI BOOMS NEW AUDIO BIZ AND DR. WENDY O’CONNOR TALKS TECH AND TEENS
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This week on TINA ON TECH, celebrity branding expert Jay Leopardi has a new gig, FANSTEREO. Launched earlier this month, Fanstereo is blasting the competition with booming new audio technology and an artist business model that attracted  millennial mavericks Ayo and Teo into the fold. The Fanstereo, Ayo and Teo collaboration will launch the first Celebrity Capsule Collection of Studio 43 headphones, Eirs earbuds and Nubump speakers. Future collabs will include recording artists, athletes, and non-profits.

Truly a visionary, Leopardi saw a gap in the consumer audio market and reached out to co-founders Super Bowl Champion Walter Thurmond III and Direct Sound audio-god Steve Rois to realize his vision. Born out of a love for music, a desire to equitably compensate artists, and a passion for fans, Fanstereo’s patented HPA (High Precision Audio) technology will deliver audio the way the artist intended at a price that will make consumers cheer.

Plus, how do we know when technology is a problem in our lives? How do we re-connect and repair interpersonal relationships damaged by excessive use of technology?  Mega-therapist Dr. Wendy O’Connor shares the “red flag” warnings about technology and what parents can do to keep their teens safe in cyberspace.

And, former Huffington Post technology columnist Mike Berman shares the “lazy man’s” guide to technology products. Get product details at www.jocgeek.com.

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Tina Tyler
Tina Tyler is a veteran broadcast news anchor/reporter. Tyler is the founder and CEO of TINA ON TECH where she serves as producer and host of the weekly syndicated podcast TINA ON TECH and Editor-in-Chief for the TINA ON TECH website. Tyler is also a contributing writer for Softonic.com. Tyler is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Tyler is the only African American female TV host, writer, producer, and owner of technology-themed content.

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