This month, TVOKids gives viewers a sneak peek at two new exciting programs, Annedroids and Hi Opie! The innovative series Annedroids entertains Ontario kids while they learn about science and technology and Hi Opie! prepares younger children for all-day kindergarten.

The Doozers are coming to TVO! Inspired by Jim Henson’s beloved kids’ series Fraggle Rock, Doozers, an all-new animated preschool series celebrating creativity and a can-do ‘tude, premieres on TVO this February.

TVO is at the forefront of innovative educational technology with the introduction of Caterpillar Count, our first app on the Leap Motion platform, the world’s most powerful and sensitive touch-free 3-D motion-control and motion-sensing technology.

Engaged kids are better learners and TVOKids is making learning fun by investing in innovative and entertaining programming that aligns with the Ontario school curriculum.

From Bill Gates of Microsoft to Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, technology leaders say more kids should learn to code because it is now an essential skill that will play an integral part in their futures.

With Earth Day just around the corner, many of you are thinking of ways to talk to your kids about the environment. It’s easy to take little steps the make a big difference – and kids can help too.

 

Youth Media Alliance (YMA) recently announced nominations for the annual Awards of Excellence and TVO received a total of 12 nominations for in-house and co-produced programs and digital content including 4 nominations within the Best Television Program category. Youth Media Alliance recognizes the importance of quality television and interactive content for Canadian kids. TVO received more nominations than any other kids media provider.
 

The TVO co-produced Wild Kratts website was recognized for digital innovation with the Best Companion Website Award in the Programming – Kids Category at the Kidscreen Summit in New York. The Kidscreen Awards recognize the year’s best work in children’s media from across the globe.
 

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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.

 

Would you recognize the signs if your child was being bullied? And what would you do about it?