Jocelyn Robinson

Jocelyn Robinson is a Yellow Springs, Ohio-based independent producer, educator, and radio preservationist. She was a member of the 2019 Community Advisory Group, and a Third Coast listener in the 2021 Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Competition. She is currently a member of Third Coast's Board of Directors.

A Community Voices producer at WYSO since 2013 and an AIR New Voices Scholar in 2014, her recent projects include West Dayton Stories and contributing to the Goethe-Institut USA podcast, The Big Ponder. Listen to more of her her work here. Robinson teaches community-based and college-level classes in digital storytelling and narrative journalism. She served as WYSO's first Archives Fellow, and now sits on the Radio Preservation Task Force at the Library of Congress. She is the project director for the HBCU Radio Preservation Pilot Project.


Third Coast International Audio Festival, or Third Coast, has served an ever-growing global community of storytellers and makers since 2000. An independent nonprofit arts organization based in Chicago, we center people and community first in our advocacy for the medium of audio as an art form. Through our work, we seek to push at the boundaries of the audio industry and support the creators who build our world in sound.