I grew up on radio. I worked radio. I listened to radio. I was radio. Our broadcasting Bible was a weekly newspaper called Radio and Records. Each week, it would arrive at the station and every staff member would take turns reading. You’d get national news on announcers changing stations. You read about job opportunities. You learned which records were getting airplay and why. I was dismayed to discover all these years later that Radio and Records became an online only publication and, soon after that happened, Radio and Records shuttered itself as it was blended into Billboard.com to disappear — which meant losing all of its identity and uniqueness in the field.