1987: The Sts. Cyril and Methodius Centre (CRTN’s original name) to produce Catholic and Orthodox radio programming for Russia.
1989: The shortwave Russian language radio program “Radio Blagovest” (A Call to Prayer) broadcast by Radio Monte Carlo for the Western part of Russia and the Philippine Radio Veritas for Siberia.
1990: The Sts. Cyril and Methodius Centre was renamed Catholic Radio and Television Network (CRTN) to develop media projects with Catholic and Orthodox partners in the former Soviet Union in the service of reconciliation between these churches.
1991: A Fatima – Moscow satellite link between the state television networks RTP (Portugal) and RTR (Russian.
1992: A religious television program exchange for the national networks throughout Central and Eastern Europe.
1992: A CRTN and RTR coproduction about the life of Christ in the Holy Land
1993: The Catholic and Russian Orthodox press agency Blagovest Info in Moscow, Russia. Today Blagovest Info is the oldest and most respected religious news agency in Russia.
1993: A CRTN production and the 20 and television co-production about the Hill of Crosses
1994: The CRTN, RTR, and Czech TV satellite link up about Charta77
1994: The Greek Catholic press agency ARI in L’viv, Ukraine.
1994: The Catholic Lithuanian Radio Mazoji Studija.
1995: The “Christian Church and Social Channel” radio network in Moscow, Russia, a cooperation between the Russian Orthodox radio, “Radio Sophia”, “CRTN,S Radio Blagovest” and “Radio Dar” at the Moscow State University.
1996: The Greek-Catholic Ukrainian Radio Voskresinnya (Radio Resurrection) in Lviv Ukraine. Radio Resurrection still broadcasts daily programming nationally from L’viv on the Ukrainian National Network.
1996: CRTN production increases to one documentary per month.
1997: Blagovest Media, a production & distribution center of Catholic-Orthodox television programs for broadcast on state TV networks throughout Russia and internationally.
1997: Zavet, a center for domestic distribution of Catholic and Orthodox programs.
2000: The development of the Internet platform www.crtn.org to help facilitate the contact, coordination, and negotiation of programming sales between Catholic producers and the Catholic television networks.
2011: CRTN production of “Where God Weeps” – an English language weekly magazine program concentrating on the areas of the world where Catholics are unable to live their faith fully due to political, social and financial constraints.
2012: CRTN production of “Donde Dios Llora” – a Spanish language weekly magazine program concentrating on the areas of the world where Catholics are unable to live their faith fully due to political, social and financial constraints.
2016: CRTN broadcast distribution grows to over 70 television networks worldwide