Cleveland-based SaaS technology developer Futuri Media has tapped an audio processing guru to serve as senior vice president of R&D and innovation.
Cornelius “Corny” Gould will tackle the newly created role, which Futuri says will involve “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.”
In the announcement, Gould summed up his mandate: “My mission at Futuri is to launch features and products that will take our partners to new heights of success.”
Gould’s most recent claim to fame is co-creating the Telos Alliance’s Omnia.11 audio processor. He served as senior algorithm developer and was a Telos employee for 11 years. Prior to that, Gould founded a streaming company and worked as an engineer for CBS Radio.
“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.”
For the past 25 years, Gould has also volunteered for educational and noncommercial broadcasters. He also hosts “The Rocketry Show” podcast, which highlights his enthusiasm for amateur rocketry.