Podcasting – Technology and Potential

6th September 2023

Get a 360 degree view of how you with some of the latest advanced technology can record, edit and publish your own podcast, meeting the audio industry standards – as well as an overview of the potential of podcasting in the media picture today.

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Form: Online Seminar

Date: 6th September 2023

Time: 15:00-16:30

Price: Free

Language: English

You will meet:

If you have questions about signing up, please contact Murielle de Smedt mds@danishsoundcluster.dk


Since 2008 the share of the population who has listened to a podcast within a three-month time span has grown from 6% to 40% and podcasting has become an integral part our media consumption today. But what does it really take to make a podcast?

While there can be many complicated answers to that Ruben Åeng from the Norwegian audio company Nomono will give a simple one with his highly advanced AI technology-based portable kit that gives you professional audio quality even in the most challenging sound environments.

“We are trying to make production of a high quality (audio) podcast as easy as the push of a button. Enabling people without audio knowledge to record a great sounding podcast anywhere.” 

If you are already an aspiring or experienced podcaster you’ve probably heard of the audio editing software Hindenburg. Founder and broadcast radio expert Nick Dunkerley will explain some of the historical reasons why we have the radiophonic standards we have and why Hindenburg is trying to make life a little easier for the sound creative. To round things up Søren Brunsgaard from the member community Center For Podcasting will give his perspective on how you publish, market, partner with commercial brands and how you as an independent can engage with the podcast community in Denmark.


There will be a short Q&A to finish things off so make sure to have your questions ready.


Participant profile  

Podcasters, audio engineers, journalists, VJs, editors, media houses, brand managers, marketing managers, inhouse content dept., content creators, SoMe managers and audio technology experts.

You will meet:

Nick Dunkerley

Creative Director and founder of Hindenburg Systems

With a background in sound engineering and radio journalism at DR (Danmarks Radio), Nick has more than 15 years of experience in Broadcast Radio.

Before founding Hindenburg Systems he worked as a consultant for MS and Danida in Zambia with radio projects. Community Radio is an essential part of the democratic voice. Hindenburg was founded precisely so that more voices could be heard.

“I don’t care about computers and sound engineering. Just give me something that works so I can tell a story”, says Nick Dunkerley.

Nick Dunkerley – Hindenburg Systems

Ruben Åeng

QA at Nomono

Holds a bachelor’s degree in film/TV audio production and has worked 12 years as a freelance Sound designer/Production sound mixer, where he worked on everything from Children’s TV drama to commercials, reality to documentary, short fiction (one which was Oscar Nominated – Best Fictional Short) to feature films (including a Danish feature – «De forbandede år»)

Family life was not that easy to combine with a freelance life, so I started looking for something a bit more predictable. That’s when Nomono reached out to me asking if I was interested in the QA role, which has evolved into something more than QA. I´m more like a potato, involved in everything from content production to designing new features in the cloud service. I have also had the responsibility of tweaking our processing pipeline and investigating the spatial possibilities.

Ruben Åeng, Nomono

Søren Brunsgaard

Søren Brunsgaard is the long time chairman of Center for Podcasting, the Danish podcasting industry organisation. The CFP strives to gather the various stakeholders in Danish podcasting, further the conditions for the media and the industry and developing the industry through knowledge-sharing and podcasting events. Søren is a lawyer by profession and has a vast experience from different angles in the entertainment industry.

Søren Brunsgaard, Center for Podcasting

When you participate in this event, your time will be used as co-financing for the Innovation Power Project, which is funded by the Danish Business Promotion Board and the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science at a standard rate. Read more about Innovationskraft  HERE

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