The National Institute for Radio Broadcasting (NIR/INR) is granted a national monopoly.
The NIR first broadcasts its programmes in Dutch (INR broadcasts in French).
The NIR moves to the new broadcasting centre on Flagey Square in Brussels.
The World Service is born. This was previously the Congolese department of the NIR.
The NIR launches its regional broadcasters.
The NIR broadcasts its first television programme.
A new broadcasting law replaces NIR/INR with BRT/RTB.
The third radio programme (BRT 3) becomes a fully fledged network and broadcasts in FM.
The BRT/RTB starts moving to the new broadcasting centre at the Reyers Avenue in Brussels.
The BRT introduces colour tv.
A second TV channel (TV2) is born.
The BRT broadcasts for the first time teletext pages.
A new, more youthful BRT radio network is born : Studio Brussel.
The BRT introduces RDS (Radio Data System).
BRT is renamed BRTN.
Another radiostation is born: Radio Donna.
Radio Vlaanderen Internationaal (RVi) replaces the World Service.
A new management for the BRTN in accordance with a new Flemish decree takes place.
BRTN starts with DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting).
The two tv-channels undergo a reprofiling of TV channels.TV2 is replaced by Ketnet & Canvas.
The BRTN closes a management contract with the Flemish Community.
The BRTN is transformed into the VRT, a public sector plc.
Klara (classical music) replaces Radio 3.
The second management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
Mr. Tony Mary replaces Bert De Graeve as CEO.
VRT starts its first news website: vrtnieuws.net.
VRT launches a temporary sportschannel: Sporza.
TV1 is renamed één (one). And VRT celebrates 75 years of making radio.
Mr. Piet Van Roe replaces Tony Mary as CEO.
The third management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
Mr. Dirk Wauters replaces Piet Van Roe as CEO.
The VRT introduces a cross-medial organisation.
The tv-channels Eén, Canvas and Ketnet launched 'plus streams' with extra digital content.
Mr. Piet Van Roe replaces Dirk Wauters as CEO.
MNM (hitradio) replaces Donna.
Mrs. Sandra De Preter replaces Piet Van Roe as CEO.
The fourth management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
Start of a third Television channel "OP12": mostly occupied by the children channel Ketnet
Start of "Fans of Flanders" broadcast aimed for expats in Flanders and Brussels