SONIC MEMORIAL PROJECT
September 11, 2001
A Nationwide Public Radio Collaboration
The public radio community across the country is joining together to create a Sonic Memorial to commemorate and chronicle the people, places and endeavors that made up the life and history of the World Trade Center.
We are seeking audio of all kinds - voice mail messages, personal & business recordings, dictation tapes, corporate videos, tourist videos, oral histories, recordings of WTC concerts and events, stories from the many rescue workers and volunteers - the voices, sounds and stories of the World Trade Center neighborhood and working environment before, during and after the events of September 11, 2001. Tell us what else is out there.
CALL NPR'S SONIC MEMORIAL LINE
CONTRIBUTE YOUR SOUNDS & STORIES
CALL TO RETRIEVE YOUR WTC VERIZONIf you or a family member worked at the World Trade Center, Verizon Communications has generously agreed to help you retrieve your office voice mail. Call Verizon NOW at (800) 435-7986 to receive a cassette copy of your messages before they're lost. If you have a copy of your messages from Verizon that you would like to contribute to the Sonic Memorial Project please contact us.
Verizon (800) 435-7986
COLLABORATORSNPR's Lost & Found Sound * NPR * WNYC * Verizon Communications, Inc. * transom.org * Sound Portraits * Radio Diaries * The Museum of Television & Radio NY * KQED-FM San Francisco * The Sonic Memorial Committee of Independent Radio Producers, Artists & Humanists.
ARTICLESNY Times Sonic Memorial
Current Online Sonic Memorial
LA Times Article
For information email: firstname.lastname@example.org