TVO News Release
MIT physicist Phiala Shanahan explains why solving the mysteries of the subatomic realm means pushing the world’s most powerful computers to their breaking point.
TVO Original The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution takes a compelling journey into the culinary world of seven female chefs. Premieres November 15 at 9 pm ET on TVO and tvo.org/documentaries.
Lisa de Wilde, Chief Executive Officer, is pleased to announce that Gary Cheong has joined TVO as Vice President, Finance & Corporate Services.
TVO’s high-quality, in-depth current affairs journalism will now expand with the help of a generous donation from The Barry and Laurie Green Family Charitable Trust and Goldie Feldman.
We’re excited to introduce a new way for educators to incorporate in-depth current affairs, thought-provoking documentaries, and award-winning TVOkids content into their lessons.
Live 1:1 tutoring with Ontario Certified Teachers, two-way audio, integrated text, recorded sessions and ability to choose your own tutors.
Find out about the Event Horizon Telescope — a worldwide effort to detect supermassive black holes.
TVO is pleased to announce that Burlington, Ontario filmmaker and Sheridan College student Sarah Gonyea is the winner of the seventh annual TVO Short Doc Contest, for her short film A Voice For Change: The Laura Hillier Story.
On Thanksgiving Monday, October 8 at 10 pm ET, TVO presents the World Premiere of TVO Original The Superfood Chain on TVO and tvo.org. This thought-provoking documentary explores the stories behind some of the most hyped food served on tables across Canada and around the world.
TVO presents the World Broadcast Premiere of TVO Original documentary The Fruit Machine September 29 at 9 pm ET, and will also be available to stream on tvo.org beginning at the same time.
Owen Lambert joins TVO as Vice President of Revenue, Product Development and Marketing.
TVO exists to ignite the potential of everyone in Ontario through the power of learning.
Here are some of the ways we made an impact for Ontarians in 2017–18.
The pot industry has been a boon to Smiths Falls and to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory — but while legalization is likely to help one community, it could harm the other.
Steve Paikin, anchor of TVO’s current affairs program The Agenda with Steve Paikin, was recognized for his contribution to education and journalism by two Ontario colleges recently.
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.