Hit Music Research adheres to a strict policy of protecting your privacy. As a general
rule, Hit Music Research will never disclose any information identifying you as
a user/customer of our website to third parties. We do use the information that
we collect from you to tailor our website and any auxiliary promotions we do, to
best meet your needs. When you register you are asked to provide a limited amount
of personal information. This information is archived on our servers, its primary
use being to assist our affiliate radio stations in evaluating and making better
informed decisions on their music and programming. Your contact information is also
used to contact you when necessary, for example, to invite you to take a new survey.
Hit Music Research maintains an email list of subscribers for each station’s database.
At no time will the email addresses be rented or shared with any third party. Occasionally,
Hit Music Research may be contracted by a third party to promote a specific product
or service related to the Christian music industry or invite you to participate
in a national survey. We carefully filter through such promotions to make sure that
they are of interest to our users, and at no time does any third party gain access
to any part of our private subscriber lists. You will only be able to receive information
about these third party promotions if you indicated when you registered that we
have your permission to send the information to you. And, although every effort
is made to ensure that all third party promotions are relevant to the Christian
music industry and your personal interests, that does not mean that they are endorsed
by the radio station that you signed up under and no assumption should be made to
that effect. If you do not wish to receive future communications or participate
in our service please contact us at email@example.com or use any of the
unsubscribe links found at the bottom of any email messages we send out.