2002: Students create IU Student Television.
2006: The School of Journalism launches its Ernie Pyle Scholars program, travel courses and the journalism Speaker Series.
2007: Telecommunications becomes one of the first academic departments with a fully operational high-definition studio.
2008: Telecommunications introduces a certificate in game studies.
2009: The School of Journalism establishes the National Sports Journalism Center on the IUPUI campus.
2011: IU establishes IU Cinema.
2013: The IU Board of Trustees votes to create The Media School, merging telecommunications, journalism and communication and culture.
2014: The Media School is established on July 1.
2015: The National Sports Journalism Center moves to Bloomington and partners with the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.
2016: The Media School moves to Franklin Hall after a $21 million renovation.
2019: The Michael I. Arnolt Center for Investigative Journalism, funded by a $6 million gift from alumnus Michael Arnolt, BA'67, opens in a renovated facility in Franklin Hall.
2020: The Media School introduces a B.F.A. in cinematic arts.