Welcome to TVO's Fall 2007 Prime Time Highlights

    HIGHLIGHTS go to:

    TORONTO, Aug. 8 /CNW/ - From the provincial election and the politics of
the diamond trade to eco-friendly living and dealing with threatening viruses,
TVO's fall lineup is anchored around the issues and subjects that affect our
communities, societies and world today. TVO encourages citizens not just to
watch, but to actively participate, discuss and connect with others through a
variety of social-networking tools.
    This fall TVO is taking exciting steps in new directions aimed at arming
viewers with knowledgeable, thought-provoking programs that give them a solid
understanding of the issues of our times and the world we live in. Beginning
September 4, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO's flagship current affairs
program, returns for a second season. It will be THE source for intelligent
analysis and discussion on the upcoming Ontario provincial election. But the
discussion doesn't end in the studio as Steve Paikin and the Agenda team
invites citizens to participate like never before. On weekends, TVO Sundays
will combine hour-long documentaries at 8 pm with feature-length dramas or
documentaries at 9 pm for an evening of programming that addresses key social,
environmental, economic, political and cultural issues affecting us all.
Returning for a 14th season, The View From Here, TVO's award-winning
point-of-view documentary series, features a fascinating new collaboration:
the documentary Diamond Road and its Internet complement Diamond Road Online
will empower audiences to think about subject matter in creative new ways. And
the Saturday Night at the Movies and The Interviews team will be taking the
long-running film series into a new era of contemporary, socially relevant

    TVO is Ontario's public educational media organization and a trusted
source of interactive educational content that informs, inspires and
stimulates curiosity. We are committed to supporting citizen engagement in
Ontario: by helping children be successful learners, partnering with parents
in their children's education and encouraging people of all ages to become
active participants in the important issues of our time.
    Where to find TVO: Cable subscribers channel 2 (channel may vary in some
areas), Bell ExpressVu subscribers: Channel 265, Star Choice subscribers:
Channel 353.

For further information:

For further information: Media Contacts: Paul Ginis, (416) 484-2600
x2445, pginis@tvontario.org; Anne Rubenstein, (416) 484-2600 x2881,
arubenstein@tvontario.org; Audience Relations: (416) 484-2665,

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