What if you carried a gene that was responsible for a neurological disease that would mean the slow but certain degeneration of your mind and body? What if you knew that you would pass that gene on to your children? As predictive genetic testing becomes more and more advanced, the question many will be asked is “do you really want to know?”
In keeping with TVO's vision to empower Ontarians to be engaged citizens, TVO’s Get Involved initiative celebrates volunteerism and the value of community engagement. Get Involved features a series of short docs, produced by q media solutions aim motivate people to effect positive change in the world.
TVO announces new digital resources as part of an innovation strategy that allows citizens to engage in Ontario politics in exciting new ways.
Nominations for the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards are out and TVO is excited to announce 17 nominations for in-house and co-produced programs and digital content and an additional three for a TVO acquisition.
TVO is pleased to announce that Dr. Nana Barnor, a TVO Board Member since 2009, has been awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal. This distinguished award honours significant contributions and achievements by Canadians.
Ontario-born director John Zaritsky follows three families confronted with the difficult, life-altering decision of whether or not to be tested for Huntington's disease in, Do You Really Want to Know?
TVO is pleased to welcome Alia Lachana as Director of Innovation and Business Development. In this entrepreneurial role, Alia will focus on leveraging TVO's digital capacity by identifying and pursuing opportunities to extract new value from TVO's educational media content and new sources of self-generated revenue for the organization.
Manulife Financial will sponsor TVO’s Get Involved initiative celebrating volunteerism and the value of engaging in your community.
Critically acclaimed documentary Ping Pong to premiere on docstudio.tvo.org Wednesday, January 23, and on-air Wednesday, January 30 at 9 pm.