CLEVELAND, March 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Futuri Media, a global leader and innovator in media technology, today announced that their clients will have access to custom Alexa Skills for their radio stations. With Alexa Skills, stations can deliver their streaming and on-demand content to devices like the Amazon Echo, Tap, and Dot.
"Amazon Alexa-enabled devices have exploded in popularity this year. Seeing the potential audience and revenue lift associated with this rapidly-expanding audio distribution channel, we've made development in the 'smart speaker' space a priority," said Futuri Media CEO Daniel Anstandig. "It's a tremendous opportunity for broadcast brands to stay on the cutting edge."
Parties interested in learning how Futuri Media can work with their stations to develop custom Alexa Skills can reach out to their Futuri Media partner rep or email@example.com. See a short video on how Futuri's custom Alexa Skills work at http://bit.ly/2naUnSI.
ABOUT FUTURI MEDIA
Futuri Media is a global leader in audience engagement technology and tools to help broadcasters and publishers drive audience and revenue growth. Launched in 2009 with its award-winning Listener Driven Radio (LDR) audience engagement platform, Futuri Media now holds 11 published or pending patents in 151 countries and has been named to the Inc. 5000 List of America's fastest-growing private companies for three consecutive years.
Recognized as a leading innovator in media, Futuri Media is a trusted partner to the world's leading broadcasters and prides itself on offering best-in-class support. Futuri Media's platforms are in use by programming, content, and sales teams at more than 1,000 TV and radio stations in 20 countries, reaching more than 100 million consumers monthly. For more information, visit http://www.futurimedia.com.
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