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The results in recent years have usually been held on a Friday night in Derwent dining hall, after many years in Goodricke.  The broadcast from Derwent always poses a huge technical challenge to YSTV, which has been based in and broadcast from Goodricke or nearby Physics for around thirty years.  The programme is also one of the longest continuous programmes YSTV broadcasts, running from early evening until all the results have been counted in the early hours of Saturday morning. ([[Woodstock]], which lasts for twelve hours, has breaks between bands).  1998 is thought to be the longest broadcast, beginning at 9pm and finishing at around 7.30am the following morning due to many recounts.  As such the programme is prepared for throughout the Spring term.   
 
The results in recent years have usually been held on a Friday night in Derwent dining hall, after many years in Goodricke.  The broadcast from Derwent always poses a huge technical challenge to YSTV, which has been based in and broadcast from Goodricke or nearby Physics for around thirty years.  The programme is also one of the longest continuous programmes YSTV broadcasts, running from early evening until all the results have been counted in the early hours of Saturday morning. ([[Woodstock]], which lasts for twelve hours, has breaks between bands).  1998 is thought to be the longest broadcast, beginning at 9pm and finishing at around 7.30am the following morning due to many recounts.  As such the programme is prepared for throughout the Spring term.   
  
The style of the programme has often changed - from hard-nosed hackery to more light-hearted coverage, or more often both at the same time.  In recent years coverage has expanded to become more than just the night itself, encompassing special [[Bona Dicta]] debate programmes with the candidates and 60 Second Manifestos, recorded during Sunday's URY interview night.  Highlights of every election night known to be currently held in the YSTV archive are in 2005's [[Elections Past]] programme, which is updated every year.
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The style of the programme has often changed - from hard-nosed hackery to more light-hearted coverage, or more often both at the same time.  In recent years coverage has expanded to become more than just the night itself, encompassing special [[Bona Dicta]] debate programmes with the candidates and 60 Second Manifestos, recorded during Sunday's [[URY]] interview night.  Highlights of every election night known to be currently held in the YSTV archive are in 2005's [[Elections Past]] programme, which is updated every year.
  
[[Election Night Live 87]]
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{{Elections}}
[[Election 89]]
 
[[Elections 90]]
 
[[Election 93]]
 
[[Election Night 1994]]
 
[[Election 95]]
 
[[YUSU Elections 1996]]
 
[[Election 97]]
 
[[Election 98]]
 
[[EN 99]]
 
[[Election Night 2000]]
 
[[SU Elections 2001]]
 
[[Election Night 2002]]
 
[[Elections 2003]]
 
[[Elections 2004]]
 
[[Elections 2005]]
 
[[Elections 2006]]
 
[[Elections 2007]]
 

Latest revision as of 22:09, 6 August 2019

YSTV's coverage of the results of YUSU's annual elections is almost certainly the longest-running regular output on YSTV and arguably the biggest and most complex broadcast of the year. Our earliest (currently playable) recording in our archive is of the 1984 YUSU Election Night.

The results in recent years have usually been held on a Friday night in Derwent dining hall, after many years in Goodricke. The broadcast from Derwent always poses a huge technical challenge to YSTV, which has been based in and broadcast from Goodricke or nearby Physics for around thirty years. The programme is also one of the longest continuous programmes YSTV broadcasts, running from early evening until all the results have been counted in the early hours of Saturday morning. (Woodstock, which lasts for twelve hours, has breaks between bands). 1998 is thought to be the longest broadcast, beginning at 9pm and finishing at around 7.30am the following morning due to many recounts. As such the programme is prepared for throughout the Spring term.

The style of the programme has often changed - from hard-nosed hackery to more light-hearted coverage, or more often both at the same time. In recent years coverage has expanded to become more than just the night itself, encompassing special Bona Dicta debate programmes with the candidates and 60 Second Manifestos, recorded during Sunday's URY interview night. Highlights of every election night known to be currently held in the YSTV archive are in 2005's Elections Past programme, which is updated every year.


YUSU Election Nights
1984 • 1985 • 1986Unverified or incomplete information • 1987 • 1988 • 1989
1990 • 1991Unverified or incomplete information • 1992Unverified or incomplete information • 1993 • 1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999
2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009
2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • 2015 • 2016 • 2017 • 2018 • 2019