StoryCorps

Sharing and Preserving the Stories of Our Lives

Story Corps by NPR

StoryCorps, the nation’s largest oral history project, provides Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs the opportunity to record, share and preserve their stories by recording high-quality interviews between friends or family. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in June 2019, StoryCorps’ spring podcast season will feature stories of love, friendship, courage, and resilience from the LGBTQ community.

As the largest oral history project in American history, StoryCorps provides Americans of all backgrounds and beliefs the opportunity to record, share and preserve their stories in sound. More than 500,000 people have recorded conversations in StoryCorps recording booths in cities nationwide and through the StoryCorps mobile app.

Cross-Platform Sponsorship

Radio: :15 adjacency to weekly StoryCorps segment in Morning Edition, the nation’s #1 drive-time program

Digital: Recognition alongside StoryCorps content on NPR.org and in NPR apps

Podcast: :15 pre-roll in StoryCorps podcast episodes, released seasonally

Events: On-site recognition at stationary StoryBooths and MobileBooths traveling across America

StoryCorps Audience

62%

of StoryCorps podcast users are 25-44

88%

of StoryCorps podcast users are college graduates

$83.9K

median income of StoryCorps podcast users

86%

of podcast users make spending time with a family a top priority

69%

of podcast users enjoy maintaining traditions

62%

of StoryCorps podcast users are 25-44

88%

of StoryCorps podcast users are college graduates

$83.9K

median income of StoryCorps podcast users

86%

of podcast users make spending time with a family a top priority

69%

of podcast users enjoy maintaining traditions

Source: Knight Podcast User Survey, Edison Research, June 2017.

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