TVO is introducing two new Ontario Hubs by January 2018 to expand its balanced, in-depth regional journalism across the province. The new Hubs will launch in Sudbury and Kingston to strengthen the voice of Northeastern and Eastern Ontario communities.
Scientist Pauline Gagnon talks physics, CERN, and the mysteries of the universe.
The new TVO Original series Political Blind Date brings politicians with different points-of-view together on a “date” to explore important issues through in-depth conversations. It's politics like you’ve never seen, starting November 7.
On November 2, TVO celebrated the exciting new expansion of our current affairs: Ontario Hubs, at TVO Gala 2017 presented by Enercare.
What an exciting summer! Communities across the province are celebrating 150 years of Confederation. This celebration is a great opportunity to reflect not only on our shared history, but even more importantly, on what the next 150 years will bring.
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 team while ensuring value for all Ontarians.
TVO's executive team leads the organization in delivering excellence in all that we do.
Committed individuals from communities across Ontario form the volunteer advisory board, providing valued input and feedback.