The National Student Television Association
YSTV has had a long and productive history as a key player in NaSTA. We hosted or co-hosted the annual Conference and Awards Ceremony three times in 10 years (1997, 2002 and 2006). We've been "Highly Commended" in the Best Broadcaster award five times (2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2011), jointly won it in 1998 and won it solo in 2012 and 2014. We have also managed to bring back at least one award every year between 2001 and 2016. For more information see the NaSTA Website.
- 1987 YSTV hosted NaSTA
- 1989 YSTV won "Freestyle" category (we still have the trophy!).
- 1990 Hosted by YSTV in York. Won News (Bulletin)
- 1994 Hosted by Guild TV in Birmingham - Sarah Davies attended but we didn't enter any of the award categories on account of the Interregnum.
- 1996 Hosted by Nexus in Norwich
- 1997 Hosted by YSTV in York
- 1998 Hosted by Guild TV in Birmingham - won Best Broadcaster joint with GUST.
- 1999 Hosted by GUST in Glasgow - won News and Current Affairs (Bona Dicta) and Title Sequence (Bona Dicta). Highly Commended Station Ident (Naturally YSTV).
- 2000 Hosted by C6 in Bournemouth - 'nuff said. This was the first year with "professional" judges rather than the Eurovision-style voting system that had existed before.
- 2001 Hosted by STOIC and BTV in London - Won Title Sequence (Red Braces), Highly Commended Best Broadcaster.
- 2002 Hosted by YSTV in York, won Best Ident (Pigeons), Highly Commended Best Broadcaster
- 2003 Hosted by GUST in Glasgow, won Best Ident (Snow), Highly Commended Drama (Reader of the Road), Highly Commended Music (Battle of the Bands).
- 2004 Hosted by NEXUS UTV in Norwich, won Music (The Music Show) and Light Entertainment (Small Screen). Highly Commended Ident (Ocean) and Title Sequence (Elections 2003).
- 2005 Hosted by LSUTV in Loughborough, won Highly Commended Ident (Terrain), Highly Commended Title Sequence (The Review) and Highly Commended Best Broadcaster.
- 2006 YSTV joint hosting with LS:TV in Leeds, won Best Ident (Ducks) and Highly Commended Best Broadcaster
- 2007 Hosted by WTV and Guild TV in Warwick, won Open (Welcome to Venus), Documentary (Dead York) and Highly Commended Drama
- 2008 Hosted by LUST in Leicester, won Best Live Programme (40th/Children In Need Show 2007), and Highly Commended Title Sequence
- 2009 Hosted by SUSU in Southampton, won Highly Commended Live Programme (Battle Of The Bands 2008) and the Golden Bodge (along witn Demon TV and SSTV)
- 2010 Hosted by GUST in Glasgow, won Highly Commended Comedy with Man Man and Highly Commended Best Male with Mark Friend
- 2011 Hosted by LSUTV in Loughborough, won Technical Achievement with chainable video matrixes and Highly Commended Best Broadcaster
- 2012 Hosted by NUTS in Nottingham, won Best Broadcaster, Best Female with Emma Bennett and Highly Commended Light Entertainment with Pushing The Senses
- 2013 Hosted by XTV in Exeter, won Technical Achievement with Tarantula and Emma Bew was elected NaSTA Chair
- 2014 Hosted by LSUTV in Loughborough, won Best Broadcaster, Technical Achievement with Kenobi and Highly Commended Best Factual with Lights on Literature
- 2015 Hosted by PTV in Preston, won Highly Commended Technical Achievement with Autocue
- 2016 Hosted by LSTV in Leeds, won Best Documentary with Lights on Literature
- 2017 Hosted by GuildTV in Birmingham
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