Records is the preeminent information
company serving the key decisionmakers in
the radio and record industries. Founded in
1973, R&R offers a broad line of print,
Internet, research, convention and seminar
products providing radio- and record-industry
executives with access to critical research
information, including the most comprehensive
music-airplay data in the industry.
R&R prides itself on being a customer-focused
organization committed to providing essential
information to the radio and record communities.
The company's relationships are a key driver
behind its unique access to the more than
1,500 reporting radio stations that contact
R&R each week to report new music added
to their playlists for the coming week.
Radio & Records is led by a talented and
experienced management team of radio- and
music-industry professionals. The company
has offices in New York, Los Angeles, the
Washington DC area and Nashville.
Radio & Records
& Records is founded by Bob Wilson.
R&R Convention is held.
Records is sold to Harte Hanks.
purchases Radio & Records.
Hotfax Updates debut, comprising
12 weekly format-focused fax publications.
acquires Radio & Records.
Records launches R&R Online.
annual R&R Talk Radio Seminar is
The R&R Daily online news service
and Music Tracking is launched online.
the daily R&R TODAY news fax.
Convention returns after a six-year
The first R&R Industry Achievement
Awards, voted on by R&R subscribers,
are presented at the convention.
for R&R's charts is converted to include
updates and Today's News online are introduced
as extensions of the R&R TODAY fax
publication. Radio & Records acquires
Radio Y Musica.
and Christian sections debuts in the weekly
R&R newspaper, each with its own full-time
editor. The Going for Adds fax publication
section debuts in the weekly R&R newspaper,
with its own full-time editor. R&R
produces its first annual Triple A Summit.
Electronic Promotion Kits are introduced
for music customers, and the Street Talk
Daily fax and e-mail publication debuts.
Radio Y Musica is incorporated into the
Records announces its new web address,
||VNU, a global
information and media company, acquires
Radio & Records. VNU also owns ACNielsen,
Billboard and the Hollywood Reporter as
well as many other business-to-business