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Growth and Concentration in the French-language Network Media Economy in Canada, 2000-2012

Dwayne Winseck October 29, 2013

This post focuses on the development of and concentration trends in eight sectors of the network media economy in French-language regions of Canada from 2000 until 2012: i.e. wireline telecoms, mobile wireless services, internet access, broadcast tv, pay and specialty tv channels, total tv, radio and online advertising. It is a follow up to previous […]

Media and Internet Concentration in Canada, 1984-2012

Dwayne Winseck October 22, 2013

This is the second post in a series (for a downloadable pdf version of this report please click here). Building on last week’s post that analyzed the growth of the media economy between 1984 and 2012, this post addresses a deceptively simple yet profound question: have telecom, media and internet (TMI) markets become more or […]