From YSTV History Wiki
- October 1967 - First society stall recruiting members for York University Tele-Film Productions.
- 21st November 1967 - inaugural YSTV broadcast from the Chemistry department.
- 1969 - longest Newsround interview ever with Vice-Chancellor, Lord James, on subject of Student Demos.
- 1969 - Germaine Greer and Frank Muir make contributions.
- 1970 - Still only in B&W with five monitors - Alcuin, Derwent, Langwith, Goodricke and Vanbrugh, transmitted from studios in Physics labs.
- 20th October 1986 - inaugural YSTV colour broadcast. At this time YSTV could only be watched on seven screens - one in each of Alcuin, Derwent, Langwith, Goodricke, Physics, Vanbrugh, Wentworth. The University's CCTV network was a rudimentary form of power-and-data over a 100V circuit which required special monitors.
- January 1988 - YSTV Breaks the World Record for the longest continuous broadcast by 1 director (Keith Hide-Smith) and earns a place in the Guinness Book of Records with Breaker 88.
- June 1993 - YSTV loses its studio in Physics and is left homeless - start of the Interregnum.
- 29th October 1994 - YSTV's Goodricke Studio opened by Greg Dyke.
- April 1996 - contingent from YSTV attend NaSTA 1996 at UEA
- 5th April 1996 - YSTV featured on Planet 24's Hotel Babylon programme.
- April 1997 - YSTV hosts the National Student Television Association (NaSTA) Conference.
- 21st November 1997 - YSTV 30 - featured on Tyne Tees News.
- 10th July 1998 - YSTV goes digital with the purchase of the Media100qx Editing System.
- September 1998 - YSTV begins a network improvement program.
- January 2000 - YSTV produces a programme for BBC Choice titled The Making of Bulletin.
- June 2000 - YSTV appeared on Channel 4's Big Breakfast, competing for a chance to make a 90 second programme live on air.
- January 2001 - YSTV received new camera and editing equipment as part of a deal with Einstein TV
- May 2001 - the constitution was reorganised, creating the present team-based structure.
- January 2002 - the Einstein TV deal fell apart and the new gear was taken back by the company.
- April 2002 - YSTV hosts the NaSTA conference.
- May 2002 - YSTV buys a 3CCD miniDV camera (a Panasonic NVGS300) to replace the Einstein equipment.
- 21st November 2002 - YSTV 35 - low-key celebrations of another anniversary.
- 6th October 2003 - YSTV commences broadcasting programmes from a video server.
- 10th October 2004 - YSTV's live stream is viewable from student bedrooms, and programmes on demand world wide.
- 26th May 2005 - Greg Dyke returns to the studio he opened a decade previously for an in-depth interview.
- 13th January 2006 - YSTV Webstream Launch show. The web stream now goes out to the whole world!
- 31st March - 2nd April 2006 - YSTV jointly hosts the NaSTA conference with ls:tv in Leeds.
- 30th June 2007 - YSTV celebrated 40 years with a special birthday dinner and event for members past and present.
- 17th November 2007 - YSTV celebrated 40 years on air with a live four-hour programme.
- December 2008 - YSTV is awarded a grant from the Alumni Fund to purchase 3 new studio cameras, Sony HVR-HD1000Es.
- October 2009 - Goodricke College is officially relocated to the new Heslington East campus. Although still in the same location as before, YSTV is now part of James College.
- 9th April 2011 - YSTV named second Best Broadcaster and awarded the technical achievement award at the NaSTA Awards 2011 in Loughborough.
- 2011 - YSTV becomes the first student television station to broadcast in 3D.
- 21st April 2012 - YSTV win Best Broadcaster, Best Female (Emma Bennett) and Highly Commended Light Entertainment (Pushing The Senses) at NaSTA 2012 in Nottingham.
- 24th October 2012 - YSTV host FreshersTV, from the department of Theatre, Film and Television on Heslington East.
- 11th November 2013 - G/046 Roadmap is completed, and regular YSTV Live HD programming begins. First broadcast is Monday Evening Live
- 5th April 2014 - YSTV win Best Broadcaster, Best Technical and Highly Commended Factual (Lights on Literature) at NaSTA 2014 in Loughborough.