Who is Michael Garofalo?
Michael Garofalo is an independent audio producer, editor, and musician. Michael began his career creating award-winning public media content for StoryCorps.
Where can I listen to story Corp?
- Hear us each week on NPR’s Morning Edition via your local public radio station.
- Listen to a new story each week and discover other stories from our collection at StoryCorps.org.
- Follow our podcast on our website or subscribe using your favorite podcast service.
What is StoryCorps app?
The app guides users through the interview experience from start to finish with easy-to-use tools to help you prepare interview questions, record high-quality conversations on your mobile device, and upload the audio to the Library of Congress and our new StoryCorps Archive platform.
Who owns StoryCorps?
Dave Isay. Dave Isay is the founder of StoryCorps and the recipient of numerous broadcasting honors, including six Peabody Awards and a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship.
How are stories for StoryCorps shared?
The organization preserves the recordings in its archive at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered, and shares select stories with the public through StoryCorps’ podcast, NPR broadcasts, animated shorts, digital platforms, and best-selling …
How many interview are in the StoryCorps archive?
Since its founding in 2003, StoryCorps has interviews with more than 600,000 participants from across the country recording in a recording booth, using the free StoryCorps App or other digital platforms to preserve their stories. It is the largest single collection of human voices ever gathered.
Is there an audio version of StoryWorth?
For individuals who may not have a computer or email address, or for whom typing may be difficult, StoryWorth also offers an audio plan with stories recorded over the phone (some restrictions apply).
How is StoryCorps funded?
StoryCorps is an independently funded 501(c)(3) organization. We rely on support from institutions, corporations and individuals to advance our mission.
Where did the idea for StoryCorps come from?
StoryCorps is an American non-profit organization whose mission is to record, preserve, and share the stories of Americans from all backgrounds and beliefs. StoryCorps grew out of Sound Portraits Productions as a project founded in 2003 by radio producer David Isay.
Who funds StoryCorps?
MacArthur funds support general operations of StoryCorps. The outcome of this grant is that more people will have the opportunity to record interviews through StoryCorps, and the U.S. public will have access to more first person stories about people from underrepresented communities.
Where are StoryCorps interviews stored?
Since 2013, StoryCorps’ Atlanta Booth located at the Atlanta History Center has recorded and preserved thousands of conversations.
How much does StoryWorth cost per month?
The cost is $99 and that includes the finished hardcover book once the story writing is complete. Additional books can be purchased for as low as $39.
How long has StoryWorth been in business?
I built Storyworth in the Fall of 2012 to make it really easy for my Dad to record these stories. We launched publicly in April of 2013, and Storyworth is now used by families all around the country and the world. I know your family has many great stories too, and I hope that Storyworth can help you record them.
How much does a year of StoryWorth cost?
StoryWorth is free for the first month, and after that it costs $49 per year.
How much does an extra StoryWorth book cost?
What is the Cost of StoryWorth Books? The cost is $99 and that includes the finished hardcover book once the story writing is complete. Additional books can be purchased for as low as $39.
How much is a year subscription to StoryWorth?
StoryWorth is free for the first month, and after that it costs $49 per year. Considering the fee, it can feel limited.