TORONTO, March 5, 2019 /CNW/ - Groupe Media TFO launches today ONFR+, the online destination dedicated to covering news and topics at the heart of the Franco-Ontarian community. ONFR+ strengthens the voice of the diverse francophone community in Ontario, exploring issues that unite Franco-Ontarians and deepens their connection as a community.
"ONFR+ brings together journalistic expertise and a strong track record of delivering news that matter to the Franco-Ontarian community, says Gisele Quenneville, ONFR+ Producer. ONFR+ is powered by a team of Franco-Ontarians dedicated to serving the francophone community across the province by providing timely information, powerful opinion pieces and original stories on a diverse range of topics that affect Franco-Ontarians on the daily. We are delighted to be able to bring ONFR+ to Franco-Ontarians"
ONFR+ becomes the destination for news on political, social and cultural topics touching the Francophone community in Ontario, providing Franco-Ontarians with a place to see themselves and the topics they care about through three lenses:
News: articles highlighting the important issues of the Ontarian Francophonie and current events from Queen's Park and Parliament Hill.
Community: stories that connect Francophones across Ontario through the depth and originality in topics and issues raised.
Culture: a showcase of culture, music, literature, theatre, cinema, visual arts and artists from French Ontario.
About Groupe Média TFO
Groupe Média TFO is an essential destination for audiences seeking innovative educational and cultural content in French, at the vanguard of digital learning. TFO serves two million students and 30,000 teachers in Ontario and in Canada, and hosts the number 1 French-language YouTube channel in Canada. Groupe Média TFO has earned two YouTube Silver Play Buttons and over 620 million views for its network of channels. Its content has earned various awards, from Austin to Amsterdam: Kidscreen Awards, Gémeaux Awards, Cassies, IBC Awards, SXSW Film Design Awards, and many more.
SOURCE Ontario French Language Educational Communications Authority (TFO)
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