Vision TV "is a not-for-profit charitable organization. We are governed by a volunteer board of directors. We are financially supported by cable fees, viewer donations, offering air-time to faith groups at not-for-profit rates and through advertising revenue." 
- Bill Roberts, President and CEO
What are VisionTV’s major accomplishments?
- "Supporting Canadian independent production: VisionTV funding has made possible such award-winning documentaries as The Corporation , ScaredSacred ( recipient of the Best Documentary Award at the 2004 Whistler Film Festival) , Talk Mogadishu (recipient of the Silver Chris Award as overall best entry in the Social Issues division for 2004), Cosmic Current (recipient of the Canada Award at the 2004 Gemini Awards) and Call it Karma (recipient of the Best Adventure Film Award at the 2004 Whistler Film Festival).
- "Developing innovative new programming: The winning productions of VisionTV's Cultural Diversity Drama Competition ( Kink in My Hair , St. Jamestown and Hotel Babylon ) aired on VisionTV during the 2004-2005 season. The network will be holding a second drama competition in 2005- 2006. VisionTV, in association with Ellis Entertainment, is currently developing innovative Lifestyle programming reflecting the network's faith and spirituality mandate, to air in 2005-2006.
- "Winning prestigious industry awards: The network has received numerous honours, including three Gabriel certificates, the Canadian Women in Communications Employer of the Year citation and an Award of Honour from the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. Our talented in-house production team has twice earned Gemini Awards for its work on current affairs programming.
- "Forging an international profile: We have joined forces with Toronto-based Ellis Entertainment to establish VisionTV International , a joint venture company committed to developing, producing and distributing original programming for sale in the global marketplace. Our innovative lifestyle programming has resulted from the partnership." 
Accessed April 2009: 
- Dale Godsoe - Chair
- Peter Lyman
- Laurence Ginsberg
- Stephen Kakfwi
- Susan Millican
- Donald Obonsawin
- Robert Ottenhoff