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AINC Historical Timeline
Radio Reading Service of the Rockies (original name) incorporated
November: 501(c)3 status granted
June: Studio Construction (remodeling) finished RRSR moved into studios on Arapahoe Road in Boulder.
October: First broadcast. The schedule was immediately 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All of RRSR's early programs were rebroadcasts of other radio reading service productions from around the country that were on satellite.
May: First live readings. The original programs were the Boulder Daily Camera, the Longmont Times Call, the Colorado Daily, and the Rocky Mountain News.
August: RRSR moved into the larger studios: 2200 Central Avenue, Suite A, Boulder, CO 80301.
June: Board approves name change from RRSR to AINC, Audio Information Network of Colorado.
Rocky Mountain PBS converts from analog to digital transmissions. AINC begins broadcasting over this digital signal. AINC replaces the analog radios formerly used by AINC listeners with new digital receivers.
Kim Ann Wardlow becomes the new Executive Director