Acquia Cites Digital Frontiers Media as a Case Study in Drupal-based Mobile Apps

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January 15, 2012 (Sarasota, FL)In its recent white paper, Assembling Mobile Experiences with Drupal, ( ), Acquia cites Digital Frontiers Media as a case study in creating streaming radio experiences using the database-driven platform.

“Our affinity for Drupal is well known,” says President Stephen Barker. “In fact, we rely exclusively on Drupal and its open source, modular design for building our web solutions. So it’s particularly gratifying to be recognized by the company started by Drupal’s founder.”

On pages 14-16, Assembling Mobile Experiences discusses in detail how DFM uses the Drupal platform to create fully integrated solutions for broadcasters using its System ( ). Leveraging Drupal’s core and key community modules, DFM builds a flexible management system that lets broadcasters tailor their streaming of station-specific apps and content as well as enable them to deliver advertising and track the results. For more information on the system, contact Chris Laney ( [email protected] ) or visit .

Digital Frontiers Media (DFM) is a multimedia production company based in Sarasota, Florida that specializes in projects where technology, content and interactivity intersect. DFM develops eye-catching interactive media, national attention-getting websites, and custom programming services, including Augmented Reality (AR) and mobile apps. DFM specializes in the "freakishly brilliant" Drupal open source Content Management System (CMS) and building projects that draw upon multiple disciplines to provide superior user experiences.

Stephen Barker founded Digital Frontiers Media to provide cost-effective excellence to web and interactive multimedia clients in 2007. Stephen was named one of 2010’s “25 People to Watch” in the July issue of Biz941 magazine. Stephen holds a Master's degree from 2006 for his work in Augmented Reality (AR) and Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) and has over 5 years of experience in these technologies along with building physical computing systems using sensors, video analysis, servos, and other novel input-output devices. DFM can be found online at