The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture produces Ben Franklin’s World because it seeks to create wide awareness about early American history and the work of professional historians.
It believes the study history helps us better understand who we are and how we can affect a better future.
A lot of work goes into producing this podcast.
This page provides a behind-the-scenes look at Ben Franklin's World and it is dedicated to giving credit to those who help make the podcast possible.
Sound Editing and Engineering
Darrell Darnell and his team at Pro Podcast Solutions edit Ben Franklin's World. Their work began with episode 54.
Twenty-Four Sound edited episodes 1-53. They also produced the intro, outro, and show segment bumpers for the show.
Financial and Moral Support
Ben Franklin’s World is a fun, but expensive show to produce. Helpful feedback and show reviews from dedicated listeners help support the show. As does the financial support listeners provide when they purchase the books featured in episodes from the Amazon affiliate links on this website. Ben Franklin's World receives a percentage of each purchase made through the links on benfranklinsworld.com and those proceeds help cover the costs associated with producing the podcast.
THANK YOU to all friends who support the show and its guest historians by purchasing books through the Amazon links on benfranklinsworld.com.
After episode 14, she upgraded to a Heil PR-40 Dynamic Studio Recording Microphone that she connects to her 11″ Macbook Air via a Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 USB Audio Interface and DBX 286s Microphone Pre-amp Processor.