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Feedback & general inquiries

Have a question about how StoryCorps works? Want to give us some feedback about your recent interview? We encourage using StoryCorps content for noncommercial and educational purposes. Use the form below to request permission.

Questions about the StoryCorps app

For questions about the StoryCorps App, please visit storycorps.me and read our App FAQ.

Bring StoryCorps to your organization

StoryCorps’ trained staff can travel to you and record stories on-site using portable recording equipment. Organizations have used our recording services to celebrate anniversaries and milestones, add a personal voice to fundraising and marketing materials, and provide the StoryCorps experience to their community.

Bring the StoryCorps Mobile Tour to your community

StoryCorps works with local radio stations to schedule one month visits to towns and cities across the country. We partner with local organizations and groups to reach out to the widest range of people in each community. If you are a local radio station interested in planning a tour stop in the next couple of years, or a community organization interested in participating in one of our upcoming scheduled destinations, let us know here!

Accessing the StoryCorps Archive

If you lost or damaged your StoryCorps recording, or wish to request use of our materials, please let us know here. We have a limited capacity to fill research requests.

More Ways to Get in Touch

Email StoryCorps
Email contactus@storycorps.org, and we will respond to you shortly.
To reach us by phone
Call 646.723.7020
Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm EST

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