New documentary The Doctor Can See You Now follows the story of a family physician in the north and explores the disparities of health care in Ontario.
TVO was pleased to present the first installment of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics public lecture series, streamed live online at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 7.
TVOKids’ Annedroids is a finalist for the renowned Japan Prize, an international competition that recognizes high-quality educational TV programs.
TVO attended The Word on the Street book and magazine festival, which champions literacy and celebrates Canada's amazing literary talent.
The CRTC recognizes the valuable and essential role that TVO plays in the province of Ontario. TVO is granted a seven year broadcasting license renewal.
I’m pleased to share our newly redesigned website.
This website represents the next phase of TVO’s digital transformation – bringing Ontarians more opportunities for learning by using digital technology to reach and engage every citizen.
For 45 years, TVO has been helping to create a better world through the power of learning. We are committed to bringing Ontarians more opportunities for learning by using digital technology to reach and engage every citizen.
TVO's strategic plan delivers on our mandate as Ontario's partner for digital education and as the public space for Ontario-perspective current affairs. We ignite the potential that lies within everyone through learning by providing innovative educational products, in-depth current affairs, groundbreaking documentaries, and award-winning TVOKids content.
TVO's Board of Directors governs the activities of the organization's executive management while ensuring value for all Ontarians.
TVO's executive management committee leads the team in delivering excellence in all that we do.
Committed individuals from 30 communities across Ontario form the volunteer advisory board, providing valued input and feedback.