Grapevine Managers

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Grapevine was the YSTV advertising and sustainer service broadcast on the network during the day from 1987 until it was re-branded Inform, initially as an internal naming convention in 2003/04 and then accompanied by (another) re-write of the back end in 2005.

The service started with the arrival of the Genlock on a BBC Model B computer which enabled its output to be synchronised with YSTV's vision mixer. This was the early days of microcomputers and the BBC was a crash-prone machine, as demonstrated by Malcolm Heath in [1].

1980s

1990s

Note: The years for officerships are given from AGM to AGM, not the University Year, to save too many overlaps (otherwise most posts would be listed for two different years). To make it obvious where there are joint officerships vs. changes in officers, use "and" and "then". Use {{Vacant}} to denote when an officership has been left unfilled after an election (as opposed to being unfilled between an officer stepping down and the next election). Thank you!


YSTV People
Director Station Directors
Admin Team Station Managers • Treasurers • Secretaries • Heads of Archives
Production Team Production Directors • Heads of Presentation • Heads of Scripted • Heads of Factual
Commercial Team Commercial Directors • Assistant Commercial Directors • Social Secretaries
Technical Team Technical Directors • Deputy Technical Directors
Computing Team Computing Directors • Deputy Computing Directors
Retired Officerships
Admin Careers Officers • 50th Anniversary Officers
Production Controllers of News and Current Affairs • Deputy Controllers of News and Current Affairs • Controllers of Factual Programming • Controllers of Entertainment and Drama • Arts Correspondents • Sports Correspondents • Features Correspondents • Grapevine Managers • Training Managers • Scheduling Managers • Assistant Production Directors • Outside Broadcast Coordinators
Commercial Advertising Managers • PR Managers
Technical Station Engineers • Network Engineers
Computing Webmasters