Hindenburg Systems to Sponsor Kasama Labs Podcast Training Program
The creators of Shelter in Place, an award-winning narrative nonfiction podcast, are proud to welcome Hindenburg Systems as a sponsor of the new Kasama Labs self-paced training program for mastering the art—and science—of audio storytelling. In light of this exciting news, registration for Kasama Labs has been extended to Friday, February 4 (the course begins February 7).
“With Hindenburg’s roots in community radio, journalism, and nonprofit work, they are exactly the kind of mission-driven company that we want to partner with,” says Laura Joyce Davis, the host and executive producer of Shelter in Place and Kasama Labs founder. “We’re excited to offer students free access to Hindenburg’s audio editing suite to complete the audio editing portion of our course.”
Hindenburg Pro is a podcasting and radio production suite (or DAW, digital audio workspace), built to help people “tell their stories, with the audio editor made for storytellers.” Kasama Labs is a complete narrative podcasting toolkit, guiding students from idea to launch in 16 self-paced lessons, with guides, templates, and weekly live coaching calls to support that process.
“When people first explore audio, one of the first questions they ask is what DAW they should be using,” observes Laura. “While our program isn’t DAW-specific, having access to a DAW removes a huge barrier for entry for new audio editors.”
Davis has received podcasting honors including winning the International Women’s Podcast Awards, honorable mention at the Golden Crane Awards, and a Social Impact Awards finalist for the Kasama Collective, (the live intensive version of Kasama Labs) where future trainees will also have access to Hindenburg Systems.
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