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Media and Internet Concentration in Canada Report, 1984 – 2014

Dwayne Winseck November 10, 2015

Introduction This is the second report in an annual series that reviews current developments and long-term trends in the media, internet and telecoms industries in Canada. Building on last week’s effort, it addresses two simple but important questions: Have telecom-internet and media markets become more or less concentrated over time? How do we know one way […]

The Growth of the Network Media Economy in Canada, 1984-2014

Dwayne Winseck November 2, 2015

Introduction This report examines the development of a dozen or so of the largest sectors of the media, internet and telecommunications industries in Canada between 1984 and 2014: wireline and wireless telecoms; internet access; cable, satellite & IPTV; specialty and pay TV; broadcast TV; radio; newspapers; magazines; music; and internet advertising. The aim is to […]