Pixcom is launched under the name Pixart.
On January 6, 1988, the first Pixart broadcast, TTABLE RASE, was broadcast on Radio-Québec (Télé-Québec). This international public affairs program is hosted by Stéphan Bureau (coconceptor) and Pierre Olivier.
Pixcom wins its first 2 Gémeaux awards for LUMIÈRES TV show.
Pixcom is covering the Atlanta Olympic Games on behalf of TF1, France 2, France 3 and Eurosport broadcasters. Two years later, for the Nagano Winter Olympics, Pixcom is carrying out the technical operations for live and deferred broadcasting on behalf of the French broadcasters TF1, France 2, France 3 and Eurosport.
INSECTIA, the TV show is broadcast in more than 160 countries and wins many prestigious international awards.
Pixcom is feeding 11 Canadian networks with its original productions in addition to covering the World Athletics Cup, the Indianapolis Grand Prix and the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Pixcom produces more than 18 television series to the main Quebec broadcasters, including its first dramatic, large-budget drama, AU NOM DE LA LOI, shot in HDTV for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Movie release of Pixcom's first film with LA LIGNE BRISÉE. Louis Choquette made the first Quebec film on the world of boxing.
The story of Commander Robert Piché, ENTRE CIEL ET TERRE, is adapted for the cinema by Pixcom.
The TV show  AVEUX wins six GÉMEAUX awards and the Jean-Besré Award, which highlights the originality, innovation and excellence of this show.
Pixcom is enjoying a record year by winning 13 Gémeaux awards and a Youth Media Alliance Award. It also continued to expand in international markets with the release of three major series: LICENCE TO DRILLDANGEROUS FLIGHTS and BOMB HUNTERS.
Nomination of Nicola Merola as President of Pixcom
Pixcom win the Grand Prix d'Excellence of the Alliance Médias Jeunesse for the series Les Argonautes.
Charles Lafortune, the comedian and TV host, is nominated Development Vice-President for and Executive Producer.Charles Lafortune, the well-known comedian and annunciator, is appointed Vice-President for Development and Executive Producer.

Pixcom produced the first Quebec series to be fully shot in Ultra High Definition (4K) and broke all club record illico with 2 million viewing in less than 2 weeks with the tv show Victor Lessard.