Nomono Appoints Stein Vegusdal as Head of Marketing, Strengthening its Senior Management Team

Nomono, the pioneering developer of audio recording and collaboration tools designed to help podcasters and journalists tell immersive audio stories, today announced the appointment of Stein Vegusdal as Head of Marketing, with responsibility for overseeing Nomono’s paid media, social media, events and public relations initiatives.

“Advancements in consumer technology like smartphones, tablets, laptops and Bluetooth speakers have accelerated the growth of the podcasting industry,” said Jonas Rinde, CEO of Nomono. “We’re excited to have Stein onboard as the industry enters a period of explosive growth, and we’re confident his extensive marketing experience at world-renowned companies will only strengthen Nomono’s market share.” 

“Joining Nomono is probably the easiest career choice I’ve ever made. The technology is state-of-the art, creating a solid foundation for the continued growth of the company,” said Vegusdal. “Nomono is removing the technical obstacles of recording, allowing more people and companies to create professional-quality audio and making the lives of existing creators easier by reducing the time involved in delivering a quality podcast.”

Vegusdal joins Nomono with over 25 years of experience in digital and social media marketing, business development, digital media, music entertainment and digital distribution. Most recently, he was Head of Digital Marketing at Airthings, a global technology company that develops accessible technology solutions to reduce indoor air contaminants to help people stay healthy. Prior to this, he held senior marketing positions at Microsoft, IKEA, and Sony Music.

The Nomono Sound Capsule is a cloud-connected, self-contained recording kit for capturing audio recordings in the field and designed specifically for professional podcasters and broadcast journalists.

It includes a Wi-Fi enabled recorder that combines four ultra-compact wireless lavalier mics with a 360-degree spatial audio microphone array and weighs less than 4 pounds.

The Nomono Sound Capsule connects seamlessly to the Nomono Cloud, an online audio collaboration tool where content creators can backup their recordings, collaborate with their production team, and apply AI-powered dialogue enhancement processing to ensure their audio sounds the best it can before starting the editorial process.

With unparalleled portability and ease-of-use, Nomono’s combined solutions are revolutionizing how professional-quality audio is created. Unlike current podcasting workflows that depend on separate field recorders, microphones, mixers, and accessories, Nomono offers a portable, all-in-one field recording solution built specifically for podcasters and journalists that automatically uploads recordings to an intuitive cloud-based audio collaboration and preparation tool.

“Nomono has a brilliant team guided by incredibly strong leadership with vast experience in building and scaling businesses,” concluded Vegusdal. “I’m thrilled to join a company developing technology that will completely revolutionize the how audio is recorded, helping the podcasting industry reach entirely new levels.”

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