Hindenburg was originally named Nsaka, after the traditional Zambian community hut in the village where everyone gathers to discuss and tell stories.
We founded Nsaka while looking for a simple, intuitive, reliable and affordable editing tool a rural community radio station in Itezhi Tezhi. In frustration we started developing a solution, that we today call Hindenburg Journalist.
We supply cheap and free licenses to community radios in developing countries, please feel free to contact us and read more about our NGO program (http://bit.ly/hindyngo), we are always looking for projects to partner with to help spread citizen journalism.
From the beginning the Hindenburg Journalist series has been developed in close collaboration with professional users, to ensure that our tools are designed for the needs of audio storytellers – today and in the digital future.
Hindenburg is at the forefront of radio development. As radio broadcasting spreads more to digital and mobile platforms, modern production tools must be able to embed and broadcast rich media, support citizen journalism and full interaction from portable devices.