Readers who have thought about starting their own radio show or podcast may want to check out Transom. This resource offers a wealth of information to help its visitors learn audio storytelling, both in terms of content and technical production aspects. Under Shows, readers will find professionally produced audio and video pieces accompanied by essays from their creators giving insight into their creative process. Those wondering what tools they should use will also find in-depth reviews of microphones, recorders, windscreens, and more, while the Techniques section provides practical guides and tutorials on the craft of radio and podcasting. Advice from audio producers is available under Ideas, and this resource on audio storytelling naturally includes its own podcast entitled HowSound. In addition to browsing Transom's offerings by subject, visitors can also filter by category (e.g. gear guide, production, video) and by tag (e.g. podcast basics, editing, interviewing). Transom is administered by the non-profit Atlantic Public Media and was the first website to win a Peabody Award.