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February 6, 2023

Audacy Shares 2022 Social Impact Report, Supporting Sound Communities 

Our latest Social Impact Report, Supporting Sound Communities, shares our powerful impact story across our 6 pillars of Audacy Serves. This year, we showcase I’m Listening as our flagship social impact program dedicated to more mental health conversations. 

Brands – and media in particular – have an incredible opportunity to impact our lives and communities. Audacy leans into its strength – Audio – to build connection with our listeners. We support their well-being by sharing stories of mental health experiences. This authentic storytelling is the heart of our business and helps improve health outcomes too!  That’s why the content we create for I’m Listening features artists, athletes, and celebrities sharing their mental health  experiences – we are living our belief, “Talk Saves Lives.”

We’ve spoken with Lizzo, Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Dak Prescott, VP Kamala Harris, and more of today’s biggest voices in music, news and sports – all sharing their experiences with mental health. We’ve raised more than $1.5M for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; hosted a national mental health conversation with experts and listeners – all living our belief, Talk Saves Lives. 

Check out our full report for more – including 

  • 500+ Clark Atlanta University students connected with 50+ Audacy leaders in virtual learning sessions
  • 1.4M lbs of CO2 emissions saved
  • Daily original content for our service member community 
  • $14M+ raised for children’s health through 40+ local community fundraising events
  • 55 student voices amplified via KYW’s Newstudies program

This and more in our 2022 Social Impact Report, Supporting Sound Communities here.

Source:  “Five Reasons to Share Your Mental Health Struggles,” The Greater Good Science Center at the University of California, Berkeley

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