The show aligns with the creative narrative that Kerning Cultures stands for, being a show that values authenticity and simplicity in storytelling.
Dubai-based Kerning Cultures Network has acquired its first podcast, Faslah. Founded by Bahraini creator Mohammed Jaafar in May last year, Faslah is a narrative-driven podcast in Arabic about life-changing moments.
In a blog post, the company said: “As creatives, we’re perfectly aligned: like Kerning Cultures, Faslah values authenticity and simplicity in storytelling. We both believe in highlighting untold stories from our communities: The everyday heroes whose stories will make us laugh, cry, ruminate, and bring us a little closer together.”
The acquisition of the show is in line with Kerning Culture’s vision of building the largest podcast network in the Middle East and North Africa region.
In recent months, the company has doubled its team size and is in the process of doubling its show offerings. The network currently has 12 Arabic and English shows with plans for more.