FreeTime creates original audio programming, working with clients and organizations to tell stories that reflect their curiosity, passions, processes, goals, values and news.

We produce podcasts with journalistic rigor using the tools of the trade: deep research, field reporting, face-to-face interviewing, fact-checking and collaborative editing through multiple drafts. Our work is of the highest sonic quality.

We generate an informative, intimate and entertaining final product, one that introduces new ideas, fresh stories and allows your audience to feel the power of truly listening.

SERVICES: Concept Creation. Research. Casting. Recording. Creative Direction. Script Writing. Post-Production. Feed Management. Marketing Consultation.

HOWIE KAHN is an award-winning journalist, author and podcaster heard in nearly 200 countries. His books include the 2018 New York Times Best Seller Sneakers (Random House) and 2019’s Becoming a Private Investigator (Simon & Schuster). For two decades, Howie’s stories have helped set the cultural agenda, appearing in dozens of publications including GQ, Wired, Travel + Leisure and Departures. He is a Contributing Editor for WSJ. The Wall Street Journal Magazine. Prince Street, the podcast Howie produced and hosted for 4 years, was honored by CNN, reached #1 on the iTunes food chart and was downloaded more than a million times.

CASEY KAHN spent a decade at Becca, a top hospitality public relations and marketing firm, where she served as a Vice President. During her tenure, Casey was instrumental in shaping how the public thinks about restaurants, chefs, products, hotels and destinations by developing messaging, strategy, creative solutions and meaningful relationships for her clients. Through insightful storytelling and high-level press placements across all mediums, Casey helped create cultural trends such as the luxury sipping tequila craze. She grew the profiles of businesses and the dynamic personalities behind them, providing guidance for her clients that helped them achieve and surpass their goals.

ROB CORSO began his career in audio production in 2005, recording sound for commercials, television shows, and films throughout New York City. In 2007, he built a recording studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, with Grammy award-winning engineers, Tom Camuso and Scotty Hard. There he started Brooklyn Post, an audio post-house specializing in mixing, sound design, and music for interactive projects. Rob has produced work for clients such as Nike, Google, Samsung, MTV, Microsoft, Wrigley and more. He served as a producer on Dean & DeLuca’s acclaimed Prince Street podcast.