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Media and Internet Concentration in Canada, 1984-2013

Dwayne Winseck November 26, 2014

This is the second post in a series. Building on last week’s post that analyzed the growth of the media economy between 1984 and 2013, this post addresses the same timeframe and another deceptively simple yet profoundly important question: have telecom, media and internet (TMI) markets become more or less concentrated over time and how […]

The Growth of the Network Media Economy in Canada, 1984 – 2013

Dwayne Winseck November 20, 2014

This report by the Canadian Media Concentration Research Project examines a deceptively simple yet difficult to answer question: has the media economy in Canada become bigger or smaller over time? To do so, it looks at the current state and development trends over a three decade period from 1984 to 2013 for a dozen or […]