Gould, a broadcast industry veteran, will oversee Futuri’s research and development initiatives, as well as product innovation efforts.
Cleveland, Ohio, May 14, 2019 – Futuri Media, a global leader in technology designed to drive audience and revenue growth for broadcasters, today announced Cornelius “Corny” Gould has joined its leadership team as SVP, R&D and Innovation.
In this newly created role, Gould is responsible for leading the development of new Futuri products, performing research and testing on product concepts, and continuously evolving the feature set and design of Futuri’s suite of audience engagement and sales intelligence solutions, like POST, LDR, TopicPulse, and TopLine.
Gould joins Futuri Media after 11 years at Telos, where he co-created the company’s top-of-the-line Omnia 11 audio processor, which delivers an unparalleled rich audio experience for FM radio. A former Engineer for CBS Radio, Gould has been a key driver of innovation in the broadcast technology space for 25+ years, and founder of an online streaming company in 1999. In his spare time, Gould, an avid rocketeer, builds and flies rockets and hosts a popular podcast, The Rocketry Show, about amateur rocketry. He is also a proud industry citizen, contributing his time and expertise as a volunteer for a number of educational and non-commercial broadcasters over the last 25 years.
“I’ve long been impressed by what Daniel Anstandig has built at Futuri. The entire company is centered around driving real results for broadcasters with innovative technology, and this is an incredible time to be in that space,” said Gould. “My mission at Futuri is to launch features and products that will take our partners to new heights of success.”
“Corny has a deep passion for innovation in the broadcast technology space and beyond,” said Futuri Media CEO Daniel Anstandig. “He consistently thinks beyond the limits of today’s technology into the future. His track record speaks for itself, and we look forward to innovating and developing solutions for the next generation of broadcasters and content creators.”