|1968||[Mar.] Established as Chukyo UHF TV Broadcasting Co., Ltd.|
|1969||[Apr.] Launched broadcasting.|
|1970||[Apr.] Corporate name changed to Chukyo TV Broadcasting Co., Ltd.|
|1973||[Apr.] Shifted from cross-network to Nippon Television Network group.|
|1976||[Apr.] Started broadcasting “Owarai manga dojo”. (–Mar. 1994)|
|1977||[Nov.] Hosted the first “Chukyo TV Cup Junior Soccer Tournament”. (Tournament name changed to “FUJIPAN cup Junior Soccer Tournament” from 1983.)|
[Aug.] “24-Hour TELEVISION/ Love saves the Earth” started on the Nippon Television Network System.
[Oct.] Early evening local news program “Rokuji-no-NEWS (6 o'clock NEWS)” started. The program continued with expansion of broadcast time and name change as “Chukyo Today”, “NNN News Plus One”, “Chukyo TV News REALTIME”, and “news every”. (–Mar. 2012)
|1981||[Apr.] “Go-ji SAT Magazine” started, gaining overwhelming popularity among local high school students. (–Sep. 1993)|
[May] Hosted the first “Chukyo TV Bridgestone Ladies Open”.
[Sep.] Hosted the first “Nagoya Classic Festival”.
|1985||[Apr.] Morning infotainment program “Ohayo Telewassan” started. Later continued on as “Omezame Wide 600”, “Kyoji no Omezame Wide”, “Omezame Wide 1530”, “Omezame Wide”, “Oha ZIP!”. (–Mar. 2012 except Apr. 2009 – Mar. 2011)|
|1986||[July] One of the world's top live entertainment shows, musical on ice, “Walt Disney's World On Ice” (“Disney On Ice” today) Japan tour started (hosted by Chukyo TV).|
|1987||[Oct.] “Vivian” started and continued as “PS I Love You!” “PS”, and “PS Sansei”. (–Mar. 2015)|
|1991||[May] Chukyo TV's very first feature film “Futari-dake-no Island” was released in theaters.|
|1992||[Oct.] “Kai kai Takada Byoin e Iko” produced by Chukyo TV got broadcasted regularly on Nippon Television Network for the first time in Chukyo TV's history. (–Mar. 1993)|
[Apr.–Sep.] World's first synchronized screen image & live show “Tsumura Impulse George Lucas' Super Live Adventure” was presented. (Joint project of Nippon TV, Yomiuri TV and Chukyo TV.)
[Oct.] Chukyo Golf Club Ishino Course opened.
|1995||[Jan.] Chukyo TV 25th anniversary concert "Japan-China Friendship Symphony of a Thousand" was held and its documentary was broadcasted nationwide in February.|
|1996||[Apr.] Chukyo TV, for the first time, aired the World's boxing match of “Satoshi Iida vs. Alimi Goitia”.|
|2003||[Dec.] Terrestrial digital broadcasting started.|
|2005||[Oct.] A program “SARUDIE” earned a regular slot during the prime time. (–Jan. 2007)|
|2009||[Mar.] A child-rearing event “Chukyo-kun no Sukoyaka Festa” was held for the first time.|
|2010||[Apr.] Nagoya Anpanman Children's Museum & Park opened.|
|2012||[Apr.] Early-evening news & infotainment program “Catch!” starts.|
|2014||[Dec.] Won the “triple crown” title of 2014 annual household viewer ratings (6a.m.–12a.m., 7p.m.–10p.m., 7p.m.–11p.m.) for the first time in 13 years.|
[Mar.] Won the “triple crown” title of 2014 fiscal year household viewer ratings (6a.m.–12a.m., 7p.m.–10p.m., 7p.m.–11p.m.) for the first time in 14 years.
[Apr.] “PS Gold” went on air during the prime time.
|2016|| [Apr.] Established a new brand concept, "To the Center of You."
[Nov.] Relocated Headquarters to the Sasashima Live area near Nagoya Station.
|2017||[Feb.] Opened "Dear Dea," an academy offering seminars dedicated to women.
[Sep.] Held "Tokoname Owarai Expo 2017 in Chita Peninsula," one of the largest live comedy entertainment events ever.
[Oct.] Held "Spirit of Sasashima - Chukyo-kun - Autumn Harvest Festival" in conjunction with the town opening events of Sasashima Live near Nagoya Station.
[Nov.] Launched "Chukyo TV Innovation Program" for co-development with start-up companies.
[Jun.] Presented first “Chukyo TV News Literacy Lecture.”
Started breast cancer campaign, “SUSUME (Step Forward)” project.
[Jul.] Launched bilingual virtual YouTuber, “MIYA KIMINO”
Held first “To the Center of You” forum.
[Sep.] Hired “L OTSUTA” as the first virtual YouTuber announcer in Japan.
[Oct.] Announced cooperation with ZIP-FM in news coverage at a time of emergency such a disaster.
[Apr.] 50th anniversary of Chukyo TV “Sorette!? Jissai dounanoka,” produced by Chukyo TV,
broadcast regularly on Nippon Television Network (first network broadcast
of a CTV program in 12 years.)
[Jun.] President Maruyama took office.
“The Nagoya Model” - A joint helicopter news coverage system to cover great
disasters was established by the four private broadcasting companies
based in Nagoya.
Okazaki Bureau closed.
[Jul.-Sep.] Held “Extinct Animal Laboratory” at the Nagoya City Science Museum -
a project to celebrate Chukyo TV’s 50th anniversary
[Dec.] Published “the Chukyo TV 50th anniversary company history.”
[Jun.] A new model AW139 helicopter, reg. no. JA004C, went into operation.
Held “Sasashima Xmas Lights 2019,” a Chukyo TV 50th anniversary
project at Sasashima Live.
[Mar.] Launched “Locipo,” a video distribution service provided jointly
by the four local TV stations based in Nagoya
[Apr.] Entered into an agreement with a cable TV company
in Mie Prefecture on information transmission in emergencies
[Jul.] Published a book, “Ippo Saki e Susume (One Step Forward)”
[Oct.] Made a presentation on our activities in the Susume (Step Forward) project
at the Japanese Breast Cancer Society’s academic conference.
The project won a Good Design Award.
Realized a complete digital file based production system
for our own TV shows (with 100% online delivery)
[Nov.] Our programs, “Garakuta (Trash)” won the Grand Prize and “Bayartai”
won the Runner-up Prize of the Japan Commercial Broadcasters Association Awards.
[Jan.] Joined the SDG Media Compact
[Feb.] Produced and aired a special program featuring SDGs,
“Compass for Happiness 2030” as Catch! Saturday Special.
[May] Launched an SDGs campaign, “Good for Something Nice”
[Jun.] Our program, “Yummy! Cheap! Interesting! All-Japan Amazing Restaurant Grand Prix,”
won the Grand Prize in the TV Entertainment category of the 47th Hoso Bunka Foundation