TVO’s leadership in digital learning was further recognized last week with nominations for the 2017 Youth Media Alliance (YMA) Awards of Excellence, and a record-setting 23 nominations for the Daytime Emmy® Awards.
Mathematician Eugenia Cheng will uses examples from baking, music, and juggling to make complicated math surprisingly accessible.
TVO is pleased to announced that the documentary, A Better Man, produced by the National Film Board of Canada in association with TVO, has been selected to make its world premiere on Sunday, April 30 at the 2017 Hot Docs Festival.
TVO showcases inspiring and illuminating documentaries that help to tell important stories about our communities, our country and the interconnected world we live in.
As part of TVO’s celebration of Canada and Ontario’s 150th anniversary, last night at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, TVO presented the world premiere of My First 150 Days, a film which chronicles a family’s reunion through immigration to Canada.
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.
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