1961: Harry Geduld joins the faculty and promotes film as an area of study.
1963: IU begins offering a doctorate in mass communications, and Radio-TV moves to its new building.
1965: Comparative literature offers IU's first film studies class, C390: The Film, the Arts and Society, taught by Harry Geduld.
1967: The Indiana Daily Student celebrates its centennial.
1973: IU establishes its film studies program.
1974: The Department of Journalism becomes the School of Journalism in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Radio-Television becomes the Department of Telecommunications.
1975: Charles Sherman is named the first telecommunications chair.
1976: A certificate in film studies is approved.