1990

  • Radio Reading Service of the Rockies (original name) incorporated
  • November: 501(c)3 status granted

1991

  • 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.

1992

  • May: First live readings. The original programs were the Boulder Daily Camera, the Longmont Times Call, the Colorado Daily, and the Rocky Mountain News.

2003

  • August: RRSR moved into the larger studios: 2200 Central Avenue, Suite A, Boulder, CO 80301.

2007

  • June: Board approves name change from RRSR to AINC, Audio Information Network of Colorado.

2009

  • 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.