Third Coast Audio Library

Our vast — and ever-growing — collection contains thousands of carefully curated audio stories of all stripes, and Third Coast Conference sessions offering wisdom from the best makers on the planet. You can also dive into our Producer Index. Enjoy!


Knoxville: Summer of 1995

Here's an audio homage on three levels: first, to James Agee's poetic memoir of the sounds and smells of Knoxville, Tennessee in the summer of 1915, shortly before his father died; secondly, to Samuel Barber's 1947 orchestral setting of Agee's text for the soprano Eleanor Steber; and finally to the modern city of Knoxville.

Kid Lit

A periscope of my grandmother's death and how babies are made.

The Krasilovskys (INC)

What happens when a family business splinters into uncles, nephews, fathers and sons all competing with one other for the same clients? Ask the Krasilovsky family, legendary in the moving business in New York City, who spent decades jockeying for the best spot in the phonebook.

The Kid's Secret Places Show

This hour: where kids go to get away; from themselves, their troubles, the rules they're supposed to follow, and of course, their parents.

Kickstarter for Radio 101

Kickstarter is the world's largest funding platform for creative projects. Art program director Stephanie Pereira gives a primer on how to bring an audio-centric Kickstarter project to life.

  • 2012
  • 01:03:48

Keyboard Audio

This panel, moderated by Melissa Giraud, brings together two producers (Jay Allison and Elizabeth Meister) who were among the first in public radio and audio production to bring their innovation to the Internet, for a conversation about translating radio stories onto the Web and creating new art forms altogether.

  • 2001
  • 01:11:00

Kohn

Most people find hearing their own voices (on voice mails or other recordings) strange, unfamiliar, or even discomforting.