- VRT LiveIP performs the world’s first full IP remote broadcast production using open standards
- Paul Lembrechts starts as CEO after the retirement of Leo Hellemans
- The 5th management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
- The Flemish government proclaims Leo Hellemans as CEO due to illness of Sandra De Preter
- King Filip of Belgium visits the VRT
- VRT decides to build a new building at Reyerlaan in Schaerbeek
- Exhibition in honor of the 60th anniversary of the Flemish television
- 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
- The fourth management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
- Mrs. Sandra De Preter replaces Piet Van Roe as CEO.
- Mr. Piet Van Roe replaces Dirk Wauters as CEO.
- MNM (hitradio) replaces Donna.
- The tv-channels Eén, Canvas and Ketnet launched 'plus streams' with extra digital content.
- Mr. Dirk Wauters replaces Piet Van Roe as CEO.
- The VRT introduces a cross-medial organisation.
- Mr. Piet Van Roe replaces Tony Mary as CEO.
- The third management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
- TV1 is renamed één (one). And VRT celebrates 75 years of making radio.
- VRT launches a temporary sportschannel: Sporza.
- VRT starts its first news website: vrtnieuws.net.
- The second management contract with the Flemish Community is signed officially.
- Klara (classical music) replaces Radio 3.
- The BRTN is transformed into the VRT, a public sector plc.
- 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.
- A new management for the BRTN in accordance with a new Flemish decree takes place.
- Another radiostation is born: Radio Donna.
- Radio Vlaanderen Internationaal (RVi) replaces the World Service.
- BRT is renamed BRTN
- The BRT introduces RDS (Radio Data System).
- A new, more youthful BRT radio network is born : Studio Brussel.
- The BRT broadcasts for the first time teletext pages.
- A second TV channel (TV2) is born.
- The BRT introduces colour tv.
- The BRT/RTB starts moving to the new broadcasting centre at the Reyers Avenue in Brussels.
- The third radio programme (BRT 3) becomes a fully fledged network and broadcasts in FM.
- A new broadcasting law replaces NIR/INR with BRT/RTB.
- The NIR broadcasts its first television programme.
- The NIR launches its regional broadcasters.
- The World Service is born. This was previously the Congolese department of the NIR.
- The NIR moves to the new broadcasting centre on Flagey Square in Brussels.
- The NIR first broadcasts its programmes in Dutch (INR broadcasts in French).
- The National Institute for Radio Broadcasting (NIR/INR) is granted a national monopoly.