From jukeboxes to streaming: A brief history of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart

This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. We tap Silvio Pietroluongo, senior vice president of charts and data development for Billboard, to walk us through how it's changed over its 60 year history.
Drake holds the No. 1 spot right now on the Billboard Hot 100. (Jonathan Short/The Associated Press)
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This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. We tap Silvio Pietroluongo, senior vice president of charts and data development for Billboard, to take us back to the beginning of the chart and walk us through how it's changed over its 60 year history.

Produced by ​Vanessa Nigro


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