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Growth and Concentration Trends in the French-language Media Economy in Canada, 2000-2014

Dwayne Winseck December 15, 2015

Introduction This is the fourth and final installment of a four-part series on the state of the telecoms-internet and media industries in Canada (see here, here and here for the previous reports). Its focus is on the development of eleven sectors of the network media economy in French-language regions of Canada from 2000 until 2014: […]

Growth and Concentration Trends in the English-language Network Media Economy in Canada, 2000-2014

Dwayne Winseck December 3, 2015

Introduction This is the third in a series of reports on the state of the telecoms-internet and media industries in Canada (see here and here for the previous two). In this and the next report I move to a finer-grained analysis of these industries in the French- and English-language speaking regions of the country, respectively, […]

CMCR Project Releases Entire Data Set Under Creative Commons License

Dwayne Winseck December 2, 2015

The whole purpose of the Canadian Media Concentration Research Project is to offer an independent academic, theoretically-informed, empirical and data-driven analysis of a deceptively simple yet profoundly important question: have telecom, media and internet markets become more concentrated over time, or less?  It is also to apply the same kind of approach to a broader analysis […]