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TVO’s Lisa de Wilde to step down as CEO

The veteran TV executive departs the provincial broadcaster after 14 years at the helm.

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TVO investigating harassment allegation against Steve Paikin

The pubcaster has launched a third-party investigation into an allegation made by former Toronto mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson.

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TIFF shakes up Board of Directors

Four board members have retired, including board chair Lisa de Wilde (pictured), who will be replaced by long-time board member Jennifer Tory.

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John Ferri named VP current affairs and docs at TVO

Ferri (pictured) was most recently the digital editor at the Toronto Star before he took up the newly created position at TVO.


TVO hires former teacher as digital education guru

Karen Grose (pictured) comes to TVO from the Toronto District School Board, where she was coordinating superintendent of strategy and program planning.

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Lisa de Wilde to chair TIFF board

The TVO CEO (pictured) becomes the organization’s first female chair, while StrategyCorp chairman David MacNaughton joins the board of directors.

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TVO hires Andrew Steele as VP strategy

Steele (pictured), most recently CEO at the Pecaut Centre for Social Impact, joins the Ontario pubcaster as it rolls out its new five-year strategic plan.


TVO refocuses on digital content, reduces TV workforce

(UPDATED) CEO Lisa de Wilde talks to Playback about where the 35 to 40 jobs will be cut from, and about creating innovative kids and documentary content.


TVO taps Chinese market via mobile

Partnering with Waterloo-based mobile education company ClevrU, the company will provide video from TVOKids programs like Melvin’s Marvellous Words (pictured) as educational content for children and students in China.

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Former TVO host Elwy Yost passes at age 86

The industry champion was known for hosting Saturday Night at the Movies for 25 years.

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TVO gets new digital Agenda

The Agenda with Steve Paikin is going digital in time for the Ontario elections.