TVO News Release
A stunning bouquet of gardening and horticulture documentaries to inspire your inner green thumb. Stream anytime in June.
TVO Original docs Stand Up Toronto and A Better Man win awards at the Yorkton Film Festival.
TVO is excited to announce that Claude Sharma and David Rockne Corrigan have joined the Ontario Hubs team of journalists as editors for the Northeastern and Eastern Hubs, respectively. These new hubs will strengthen the voices and under-represented perspectives of communities across these regions.
John Ferri, VP of Current Affairs and Documentaries at TVO receives a 2018 ORION Leadership Award in Innovation.
Celebrate the art and craft of photography all month long in May with these enlightening and eye-popping documentaries featuring stunning photographs and brilliant photographers.
Roger Melko explores whether advanced computers will soon rival the human mind.
An independent third-party investigation commissioned by TVO to examine allegations by Sarah Thomson has been completed.
At TVO, we believe learning has the power to ignite potential – and change the world. Here are ten ways TVO is making an impact for Ontarians.
The TVO Short Doc Contest 2018 is calling all Ontarians to enter their short documentaries by July 15, 2018 for a chance to win great prizes. The theme for this year’s contest is DIY Docs, and it encourages all residents of Ontario to submit their video stories and share their perspective on a subject they feel passionate about.
Stanford University’s Rob Moore provides a glimpse into the new world of quantum materials.
TVO's in-depth current affairs, thought-provoking documentaries and award winning children's content were recognized last week by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television through 35 nominations for the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards (CSA), picking up a total of eight awards, and a Special Award Spotlight recognition for Pat Ellingson, TVO’s former head of kids programming.
On International Women’s Day, a panel of women in science and tech discuss how to get the younger generation involved in STEM.
Join astronomer Emily Levesque on a tour of strange stellar phenomena.
Physicist Robert Spekkens tries to make sense of the colossal brain-twister that is quantum mechanics.
Over the weekend, an allegation of sexual harassment has come to the attention of TVO that we believe we have a responsibility to disclose.
An Ontario Hubs segment of The Agenda with Steve Paikin has won the 2017 Ontario Library Association’s Media and Communications Award.
Raven’s Quest, the fifth series Apartment 11 and TVOkids have co-produced, invites viewers into the lives of 21 Indigenous kid hosts who share their hobbies, customs, and dreams.
TVO productions and co-productions in Television and digital media received 35 Canadian Screen Award nominations for 2017 by The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.