The world's premier music publication, Billboard has served the entertainment business since 1894. Beginning as a weekly for the billposting and advertising business, Billboard and its popular music charts have evolved into the primary source of information on trends and innovation in music, serving music fans, artists, top executives, tour promoters, publishers, radio programmers, lawyers, retailers, digital entrepreneurs and many others.
As Billboard's consumer-faced online home, Billboard.com features an extensive array of searchable, playable charts, breaking music news, artist interviews and exclusives, news, video and more. Launched in 1995 as Billboard Online, Billboard.com now attracts well over ten million unique visitors each month in more than 100 countries and has become the de facto digital destination for popular music.
Billboard is headquartered in New York with bureaus in Los Angeles and Miami, and has editorial correspondents in major cities around the globe.
M. Tye Comer
M. Tye Comer leads the editorial strategy for Billboard's consumer-facing website. Previously, Tye served as Editorial Director of Nielsen's Entertainment, Media and Visual Arts online properties, Editorial Director of AOL Music, and also held the title of Associate Editor at the CMJ New Music Report from 1995-2000. His articles on music and pop culture have appeared in a number of publications, including Spin, Paper, URB and The Source.
Senior Editor, Billboard.com
Erika Ramirez is the associate editor of Billboard.com. She spearheads the R&B/Hip-Hop column, The Juice. She has contributed to Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, MTV RapFix and other publications. She's also obsessed with all things emo, particularly of the Drake variety.
Associate Editor, Billboard.com
Jason Lipshutz is the assistant editor at Billboard.com and single reviews editor for Billboard magazine. He has written for VIBE, The Hollywood Reporter, Spinner and other publications and received a BA in English at The College of New Jersey.
Chris Payne joined the editorial team in January 2013 after breaking in as an intern with both Billboard and Pitchfork, and freelancing for outlets like Paste, RollingStone.com, The L and Critical Mob. He served as music director for The College of New Jersey's WTSR from 2008 to 2010, though he got his true introduction to pop music en route to grade school, listening to Z100 on the school bus in Colonia, N.J.
Director of Artist Relations, Billboard.com
As artist relations director, Reg Gonzales secures exclusives and books talent across multiple brand platforms. He previously handled industry relations for AOL Music and artist development at Island Def Jam.
Head of Production, Video, Billboard.com
Hanon Rosenthal joined Billboard in 2008 as a lead videographer and editor. He currently directs video features, produces national news coverage and develops new media products across Billboard's digital platforms. Prior to Billboard, he created award winning marketing, documentary and style videos in New York City.