Futuri, formerly known as LDR Interactive, develops social and mobile audience engagement technology for broadcasters.
Futuri Station Platforms Achieve Explosive Growth Social Media Tool TopicPulse Soars to 130 Broadcast Stations in 30 Months
Over the last two-and-a-half years, Futuri Media continues its industry-leading pace of expanding its audience engagement platforms at radio and television stations throughout the United States and internationally.
Futuri Media Adds New Innovative Mobile Platform Features: Flash Contesting, Red/Blue Alerts
Futuri Media's Mobile Platform, used by broadcasters around the world to create custom mobile apps for their broadcast brands, introduces two new exclusive interactive features. Part of Futuri's ongoing innovations toward the global adoption of mobile, these new services are designed to increase engagement between stations and their audiences.
Premiere Networks Renews Long-Term Exclusive Agreement with Futuri Media
Premiere Networks today announced a new, exclusive, long-term national sales representation agreement with Futuri Media. The partnership includes all of Futuri's interactive radio programming platform brands: LDR (Listener Driven Radio), Futuri Mobile Apps, and the rapidly-growing TopicPulse, a social media monitoring system for broadcast stations across the U.S.
CRS and Futuri Partner to Produce "Tech Breakfast" at CRS 2015
The first annual "CRS Futuri Tech Breakfast" is an open breakfast discussion with the industry's tech thought leaders that will explore the most important digital goals for your brand this year.
Futuri Receives Patent for "Instant Alert" and Listener Driven Radio (LDR) Technology
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued U.S. Patent No. 8,874,026 for its Instant Alert™ and Listener Driven Radio® technology. The patent describes a broad range of methods related to Listener Driven™ programming, including Instant Alerts, where listeners can receive e-mail, SMS text, and tweets moments before their favorite songs play on the air. This is also one of several US and foreign patents and pending patent applications held by the company that describes and protects its unique interactive mobile and social apps. Futuri's CEO, Daniel Anstandig and CTO, Brian Seeders are named as inventors on the patent.
Futuri Named to Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies
Following a fourteen-fold increase in revenue, the company was recently awarded the distinction of being named to Inc. magazine's "Inc 500" list as among the fastest-growing private companies in America; one of only 41 software companies on the list.