January 12, 2018

In collaboration with News Deeply, we released our first in a series on Women and Radicalisation. Our episode is featured on News Deeply's Women and Girls section

January 8, 2018

Nieman Lab features Kerning Cultures alongside our Jordanian podcast friends Sowt in their latest exploring how Arabic-language narrative podcasts connect with a new generation in a region with a rich oral tradition

January 5, 2018

Spoke goes behind the scenes of Kerning Cultures with cofounder Hebah Fisher in their monthly spotlight of podcasts.  

December 23, 2017

We're excited to join forces with Orbit Showtime Network's new platform, Asli, featuring original and local content from creatives around the Middle East. You can find your favourite KC episodes on Asli and be on the lookout for some news in the works! 

WHYY, an NPR affiliated radio station in Pennsylvania, USA, aired an adaptation of one of our earliest episodes, Finding Center, on their show The Pulse. The story is entitled, "To kick off Ramadan, Muslim astronomers rely on computer equations"

Emerge85 features a special reporting segment by Kerning Cultures on the Rise of the Filipino Middle Class in Dubai for The 85% podcast. Story begins at 23:37. 

Khaleej Times discusses the rise of on-demand audio and features Kerning Cultures as one of the UAE podcasts to tune into. 

Lovin Dubai names us among the Top Podcasts you should subscribe to - like, now. 

The Council on Foreign Relations recommends Not Just My Hijab for your weekend listening! 

Audiosear.ch sits down with cofounder Hebah Fisher to discuss podcasting in the Middle East, the region's long oral tradition, and the importance of new representative voices in mainstream media. 

Baraka Bits writes about how Kerning Cultures brings Middle East storytelling to a modern audience. 

Time Out Abu Dhabi listed us in their Top Ten podcasts to listen to this summer! 

Tunis-based podcast Tunisie Haut Debit featured cofounder Razan Alzayani in their latest episode, Startup Ep21: De Dubai à Tunis, l’industrie créative et les Podcasts (Partie 1). Hear Razan chat about building a podcast company in the Middle East, the power of technology today, and our upcoming episodes from Tunis.

Gimlet Media's Startup podcast ran with our Serious Jolt episode to delve more deeply into the Port of Mokha business story, "Building the Perfect Cup of Coffee". This was our first major collaboration with a podcast we love, and we were thrilled to join forces. 

Cultural Lab Exchange listed us at the top of their 11 favourite podcasts to understand Muslim culture.

Six Pillars aired our #17 episodes, Not Just My Hijab (a 2-part series) on 104.4FM London and on Resonance FM in Brighton, UK. 

NPR affiliate radio station KNKX features Kerning Cultures' adaptation of our Serious Jolt episode, "A Brewing War" (do you get the pun, coffee lovers? ha-ha!) among their 5 favourites this Sound Effects season. 

"The best way I can put [Kerning Cultures] is that this is a This American Life for the Middle East. It’s that good." Our latest referral by The Guardian. We are positively ecstatic. 

Seattle-based magazine The Stranger featured cofounder Hebah Fisher as a Person of Interest. Read more about how Kerning Cultures is "changing the way you think about the Middle East". 

Gulf News interviewed cofounders Razan Alzayani and Hebah Fisher. Check us out in, How Kerning Cultures is Leading the UAE Podcast Industry

The NPR affiliate Seattle-based radio station KNKX aired an adaptation of our Serious Jolt episode for their weekly series, Sound Effects. 

What's On Dubai named us as the first of four local podcasts you should be listening to, alongside our friends at the Dukkan Show. We're honoured, thank you! 

NPR's The Big Listen interviewed cofounders Razan Alzayani and Hebah Fisher for the show's weekly review of podcasts. This was such a huge moment for us! Our part begins at minute 20:53. 

Six Pillars aired our episode #14, Where Do We Go From Here? on air on 104.4FM London and on Resonance FM in Brighton, UK. 

Two adaptations of our latest episode, #14 Where Do We Go From Here? aired on Washington radio station KBCS-Bellevue College in February 2017. Clip 1 and Clip 2.

We're featured in Vision Magazine as helping to grow the podcast scene in the Middle East. 

We just got listed as 5 podcasts to download on The National, listed among the greats such as Radiolab and Revisionist History. We're so honored!  

Our Co-Founder, Hebah Fisher, was listed as Entrepreneur of the Week on Arabian Business. 

We had the privilege of hanging our with OT and Reem for a great discussion on the power of storytelling in Dubai. If you haven't listened to The Dukkan Show already. Get on it. 

We're on NPR! Our Trump Episode was re-adapted and partially featured on Seattle's NPR Station KUOW

Kerning Cultures was featured in an interview with Time Out Abu Dhabi. We sat down with the writer to discuss why competition in the Middle East is a good thing. 

Listen to an interview with Co-Founder Hebah Fisher with The Arab Daily News, based in Chicago, IL

 We're excited to be recognized in Stylist Arabia, we sat with Kerry Mcdermott to discuss the ever-changing media landscape in the region.