Matt Hammond

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Matt Hammond was a YSTV member and techie genius, joining YSTV in 1997. He is notable for inventing NaffoCue (an autocue, who successor is Faffocue), the software that used to run clock, and also for designing the current YSTV logo. Matt seems (somehow) to have links with C.E.L electronics (of P164 fame), judging by a number of scribbles at various points throughout the archived service manuals.

He left in 2001 to work at the BBC, but returned many times in the following three years to help out.