Kensington Communications creates and produces exceptional, award-winning television and interactive media. From high-profile television events to moving personal stories, from ground-breaking science to performing arts and innovative online experiences, our diverse productions share a commitment to imagination, intelligence and passion.


Founded in 1980 by president Robert Lang, Kensington Communications Inc. has now created over 200 productions. As a Toronto-based company with 35 years experience, we have earned a reputation for producing the highest quality award-winning television and cross-platform media for international markets. Our productions cover the spectrum from blue chip documentary limited series and one-off programs that have aired around the world, to popular, critically acclaimed factual series and groundbreaking interactive mobile projects.

Recent productions include three seasons of the international hit TV series Museum Secrets, filmed at the great museums of the world and now broadcast in 50 countries. Other completed projects include Shameless Idealists, a 5-part miniseries featuring Richard Branson, Holly Branson, Magic Johnson, Nelly Furtado, Rick Hansen and Roméo Dallaire, and Raw Opium a feature documentary and screening outreach program.

Past productions include City Sonic, a cross-platform series which premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, and Diamond Road which won best Documentary Series at the 2009 Gemini Awards, in addition to award-winning TV series such as Exhibit A: Secrets of Forensic Science, 72 Hours: True Crime, The Sacred Balance with David Suzuki, and many acclaimed documentaries.

Visit our PROJECTS page to find out what we're currently working on!

Our Productions Are...

In Canada: CBC-TV, CTV Network, TVOntario, Vision TV, Discovery Channel, History TV, APTN, Canal D, Knowledge Network, Access and SCN. In Europe and the UK: BBC, Channel 4, Granada, ZDF and ARTE. In the USA: Smithsonian Channel, NBC TV, PBS Network, The Learning Channel, Discovery Times and the Discovery Channel.

Since 1998, Kensington has also been involved in multi-platform interactive projects for the web. Interactive websites include MuseumSecrets.tv for the international hit TV series Museum Secrets, as well as sites that feature webcasts by David Suzuki and singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn from locations around the world.

We have produced two apps to date: City Sonic and ScopifyROM, a mobile app released in 2013 for visitors at the Royal Ontario Museum to explore museum objects in a new way.

To learn about our past productions, visit our Project Page.
To view more video content visit our YouTube Channel.

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