BRS Media Inc.
BRS Media Inc. is a diverse and growing media e-commerce company that helps traditional and interactive media companies build and brand on the power of the Web.
Recognized as One of the Bay Area's Fastest-Growing Private Companies by the San Francisco Business Times. The company also has the honor of being named to the annual ranking of Inc. Magazine's "Inc. 5000", as one of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America for an astonishing 5th consecutive year (2008-2012). In addition, the company ranked in the Top 75 Media Companies.
The company's portfolio of Online properties includes: dotFM® & dotAM® the first domain registry in the world to offer premium multimedia domains like .FM & .AM.
BRS Media pioneered the 'multimedia' domain space since launching the .FM Top Level Domains over a decade ago. For over 25 years, BRS Media has been actively and successfully promoting and marketing dotFM and dotAM to media companies around the world. The .FM TLD has some of the most recognizable and Innovative brands in streaming and social media today. Including: Turntable.fm, Last.fm, Southwest.fm Douban.fm & CarrieUnderwood.fm, the fastest growing category is podcasting, with recognizable names including Anchor.fm, Castbox.fm, Megaphone.fm, Overcast.fm and Transistor.fm and thousands more.
BRS Media Inc. is a member of the IWA (International Webcasting Association), the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) and the Webcaster Alliance (WA).
George T. Bundy - Founder/Chairman/CEO
As an Internet Media and Radio specialist, George is an expert on Web-Radio, Webcasters, and streaming media on the net. His background included all aspect of the radio Industry and programming, including over 15 years at the station level. In 1994, he founded BRS Media (then BRS Radio Consultants). In the fall of 1995, BRS Media launched an online radio directory with 2 stations linked. Today, BRS Media's Web-Radio (www.webradio.fm) features over Ten Thousand (10,000) radio station web sites, with over Five Thousand (5,000) stations webcasting on-Line.
A contributor to the National Association of Broadcasters book Internet Age Broadcaster. George is routinely quoted on statistics and analysis regarding the state of Internet radio and webcasting in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post and numerous industry publications worldwide.