Press/Online

Dobby, C. (Nov. 23, 2021). Global News will take a $13-million hit if the Rogers-Shaw merger goes ahead, CRTC hears. Toronto Star.

Evens, P. (Nov. 22, 2021). CRTC hearings begin on Rogers-Shaw deal that would make Big Three telcos even bigger. CBC

Reynolds, C. (Nov. 17, 2021). Exit of Rogers’ CEO prompts questions about the telecom giants direction. The Star

Labine, J. (Nov. 2, 2021). Rogers feud unlikely to affect Shaw deal, says former CRTC chair. iPolitics.

Labine, J. (Oct. 14, 2021). Canada supports global 15 per cent tax on Big Tech. iPolitics.

Stober, E. (August 26, 2021). Canada election: Did Twitter go too far in labelling Liberal video ‘manipulated media’? Global News.

Saba, R. (August 14, 2021). Media industry cautiously optimistic the government will soon force digital giants to pay for their content. Toronto Star.

Martin, P. (August 10, 2021). Regulating online streaming, millions invested in surveillance and a call to protect online civic space. IFEX

Winseck, D. (June 6, 2021). Bill C-10 and the Future of Internet Regulation in Canada: Is there a more democratic and accountable alternative? Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Canadian Press (April 26, 2021). Bell’s unsuccessful bid for Shaw sheds new light on rivalries in telecom industry. City News.

Cocullo, J. (April 15, 2021). Time to look beyond consumer price increases in M&As: experts. The Wire Report.

Lim, J. (April 6, 2021). Don’t let Rogers buy Freedom Mobile, telecom experts tell MPs. iPolitics.

Klass, B., Winseck, D. & Wylie, B. (April 6, 2021). The Proposed Rogers-Shaw Merger Exposes a Deeply Flawed Internet Access Model. Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Canadian Press (April 6, 2021). Cut Freedom Mobile from Rogers-Shaw deal, MPs told. Globe and Mail.

Malik, A. (April 6, 2021). Industry experts testify Rogers-Shaw deal will lead to less competition, higher prices. Mobile Syrup.

Olive, D. (March 27, 2021). The time is right for Ottawa to fix Canada’s disgraceful telecom system. Toronto Star.

Leavitt, K. (March 26, 2021). Facebook pledges $8 million for journalism in Canada before top exec to testify before MPs. Toronto Star.

Chamandy, A. (March 24, 2021). Rogers-Shaw merger potentially a bad sign for 5G rollout in Canada, experts and advocates say. The Hill Times.

Winseck, D. & Klass, K. (March 19, 2021). Rogers’ bid for Shaw is bad news for competition in several media markets, and should be blocked. Toronto Star.

Rao, S. (March 17, 2021). Shaw/Rogers Deal Comes Amid Strong Public, Political Interest in Wireless Market Structure. CTFN

MacLean, J. (March 16, 2021). Rogers’ bid for Shaw is bad for Canada, this expert says. Cantech Letter.

Thiessen, C. (March 15, 2021). Proposed Rogers/Shaw deal ignites competition, ownership concentration concerns. Broadcasting Dialogue.

Malik, A. (March 15, 2021). Industry experts and advocacy groups weigh in on Rogers’ deal to acquire Shaw. Mobile Syrup.

Shekar, S. (March 15, 2021). Rogers Communications to buy Shaw for $20 billion in cash. Yahoo! Finance.

Karadeglija, A. (March 8, 2021). Heritage Canada cutting its advertising on digital platforms, minister says. National Post.

Khaikin, L. (March 2, 2021). Space neoliberalization agitates the frontiers of Canadian data privacy: As SpaceX and Blue Origin make headway with low-earth orbit satellites, old concerns about Canadian data privacy re-emerge. Canadian Dimension.

Carney, B. (March 1, 2021). Emails Confirm Torstar and Postmedia Knew Both Planned Cuts after Big Swap. The Tyee.

George, P. J. (Feb. 26, 2021). Should governments regulate online platforms? The Hindu.

Corcoran, T. (Feb. 24, 2021). What is the market price for news? The Facebook-Aussie deal is not the answer. National Post.

Leavitt, K. (Feb. 18, 2021). ‘Highly irresponsible’: Ottawa blasts Facebook’s ban on the sharing of news in Australia. Toronto Star.

Leavitt, K. (Feb. 17, 2021). Facebook stops sharing news in Australia. Is Canada next? Toronto Star.

Winseck, D. (Feb. 17, 2021). Why Canada should take a critical look at Australia’s internet regulations. National Observer.

Canadian Press (Feb. 9, 2021). Bell abandoning all-sports format at radio stations in Vancouver, Winnipeg, Hamilton. Toronto Star

Leavitt, K. (Feb. 4, 2021). What would life be like without Google’s search engine? Australia might be about to give Canada a preview. Toronto Star.

Shekar, S. (Jan. 29, 2021). ‘Broadband isn’t a luxury’: groups call for internet benefit for low-income households. Yahoo! Finance

Shekar, S. (Jan. 12, 2021). New Innovation Minister’s background in trade, foreign affairs will help him. Yahoo! News.

Smith, D. (December 29, 2020). Privatization brings higher costs, fewer jobs. Winnipeg Free Press.

Paddon, D. (Dec. 1, 2020). ‘Netflix tax’ for digital media likely to raise prices for consumers, experts say. National Observer

Nowak, P. (Sept. 26, 2020). Canada says its finally going to get tough on tech giants like Facebook and Google but media observers worry it’s all talk for now. Toronto Star

Deschamps, T. (Sept. 24, 2020). Ottawa’s plan to reign in tech giants missing key pieces: experts. Canadian Press.

Saba, R. (April 20, 2020). Google and Facebook must share advertising revenue with Australian news agencies. Toronto Star.

Shekar, S. (March 31, 2020). Coronavirus “new normal” causing internet disruptions for rural Canadians. Yahoo! Finance.

Nowak, P. (March 30, 2020). Home Internet caps have been lifted during the Covid 19 crisis–it may be hard to put them back. Toronto Star.

Greenfield, N. (Feb. 4, 2020). Facebook chief is visiting scholar on election integrity. University World News.

Shekar, S. (Jan. 29, 2020). Streaming services like Netflix should be regulated, collect sales tax: Yale report. Yahoo! Finance.

Johnstone, H. (Jan. 20, 2020). Carleton winning few friends over Facebook exec’s appointment. CBC.

Brown, D. (Dec. 18, 2019). Google and Facebook dominate digital advertising, but big Canadian media remains strong: report. The Message.

Karadeglija, A & Hathout, A. (Oct. 4, 2019). With telecom affordability, political parties wade into fierce debate. The Wire Report.

Sagan, A. (Sept. 5, 2019). Struggling media could get lift from Competition Bureau digital scrutiny. Toronto Star.

The Economist Intelligence Unit. (2019). Who Dominates Global Data Flows: An Analysis of Underwater Internet Cables. The Economist.

Shekar, S. (June 19, 2019). Innovation Minister’s policy directive is welcomed, industry yet to see its effectiveness. Mobile Syrup.

Boutilier, A. (May 1, 2019). Freeland says today’s big tech firms are like the monopolies of a century ago. Toronto Star.

Briggs, P. (Nov. 21, 2019). Canada Programmatic Digital Display Ad Spending. eMarketer Report.

Briggs, P. (March 28, 2019). Canada Digital Ad Spending. eMarketer Report.

Cardoso, T. (March 4, 2019). Google to ban political ads ahead of federal election, citing new transparency rules. Globe and Mail.

Saltzman, A. (Feb. 28, 2019). Proposed new CRTC rule changes could lead to cheaper wireless plans, upstarts say. CBC.

Shekar, S. (Feb. 27, 2019). Innovation Minister Bains says proposed directive will ‘overtake’ conflict in 2006 order. Mobile Syrup

Lewis, M., Warren, M. & Yang, J. (Feb. 23, 2019). As tech giants grow ever more powerful, Canada and others are under pressure to act. Toronto Star

Hirsh, J. (Feb. 22, 2019). Could Banking Regulation Rein in Social Media Giants? Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Thiessen, C. (Feb. 21, 2019). Critics say CRTC telco report lacks accountability, commitment.  Broadcast Dialogue.

Shekar, S. (Feb. 20, 2019). Critics say CRTC report on unsavoury sales practices is ‘regulation by a limply raised eyebrow’. Mobile Syrup

Pilleri, L. (Feb. 20, 2019). Facebook: the grand saviour of newspapers? La Liberte.

Alini, E (Feb. 16, 2019). Canada’s new low-cost cell phone plans? ‘A joke,’ expert says. Global News.

Hathout, A. (Feb. 13, 2019). Lack of clear CRTC industry data is an obstacle: small ISPs. The Wire Report (subs only).

Hathout, A. (Jan. 21, 2019). FRPC wants CanCon visibility on search engines. The Wire Report (subs only).

Harris, S. (Jan. 20, 2019). Big telcos hike internet prices amid soaring demand, revenues. CBC

Brown, D. (Jan. 11, 2019). Google, Facebook capture 74% of digital ad revenue. The Message.

Hathout, A. (Dec. 17, 2018). CRTC approves telecoms’ proposed low-cost data plans. The Wire Report (subs only).

Saltzman, A. (Oct. 24, 2018). VMedia to go public in proposed reverse takeover of junior oil company Pheonix. CBC.

Combine Heritage and ISED, move spectrum to CRTC: professor (October 18, 2018). The Wire Report (subs only).

Hathout, A. (Oct. 2, 2018). As CRTC rejects FairPlay, proposal could move to legislative reviews. The Wire Report (subs only).

Duggan, K. (Sept. 18, 2018). Senators asked to champion net neutrality in comms laws review. The Wire Report (subs only).

Karadeglija, A. (Aug. 21, 2018). Senate committee calls for study of online ad tax deductibilityThe Wire Report (subs only).

Karadeglija, A. (June 29, 2018). Don’t opt for alternative low-cost plans, carriers warn CRTC. The Wire Report (subs only).

Karadeglija, A. (June 14, 2018). Low-cost data plans need higher caps, lower prices, CRTC hears. The Wire Report (subs only).

Masse, B. (May 28, 2018). Historia, Series+ sale blocked in surprise move. The Wire Report (subs only).

Jackson, E. (April 9, 2018). Corus defends strategy despite stock price woes. National Post.

Karadeglija, A. (April 5, 2018). FairPlay regime ineffective, counter to Telecom Act: opponents. The Wire Report (subs only).

Cain, P. (April 5, 2018). Canada flagged Facebook’s third-party app privacy problem way back in 2009. Global TV.

McKelvey, F. (Jan. 15, 2018). Has trust in social media disappeared? Policy Options.

Newton, C. (Dec. 15, 2017). What is net neutrality and why it matters, Al Jazeera.

Masse, B. (Nov. 21, 2017). Tech giants increasing grip on advertising in Canada: report. The Wire Report (subs only).

Armiak, D. (July 6, 2017). New Study Undercuts Trump FCC Chair’s Justification for Rolling Back Net Neutrality. The Center for Media and Democracy’s PR Watch

McCarthy, K. (July 3, 2017). America’s net neutrality rage hits academia: Corporate shill allegations spark furious response. The Register.

Jackson, E. (June 27, 2017). Rogers and Telus step up wireless promotions to counter serious threat from Freedom Mobile. National Post.

Krashinsky Robertson, S. (June 15, 2017). Report details recommendations for sustainable funding of Canadian media. Globe and Mail.

Brousseau-Pouliot, V. (June 14, 201y7). Les dates importantes du Regne de Jean-Pierre Blais: Un mandat pro-consommateur. La Presse+

Klym, N. (May 18, 2017). Jean-Pierre Blais at MIT. Internet Policy Research Initiative at the MITBlog.

Internet Society of Canada (May 9, 2017). Net-heads rejoice!: The Canadian branch of the Internet Society salutes the CRTC’s Internet Policy Decision. Internet Society Canada blog.

Layton, R. (May 1, 2017). What Canadians Should Know About The CRTC’s Internet Decision. Huffington Post

Jackson, E. (April 28, 2017). Why Canada is dragging its feet on the next spectrum auction while demand keeps growing. Financial Post.

McCarthy, K. (April 25, 2017). A very Canadian approach: how net neutrality rules reflect a country’s true nature. The Register.

Marowitz, R. (April 18, 2017). Transcontinental puts newspapers in Quebec and Ontario up for sale. Globe and Mail (Canadian Press).

Watson, H. G. (March 6, 2017). The Canadian newspaper industry is getting a new jolt of life. Editor and Publisher.

Evelyn, C. (Feb. 27, 2017). CBC ‘dimmer star’ in media landscape, conservative event hears. The Wire Report (subs only).

Selley, C. (February 26, 2017). Conservatives at war with conservatism on display at Manning Centre conference. National Post.

Evelyn, C. (February 25, 2017). CBC ‘dimmer star’ in media landscape, conservative event hears. The Wire Report (paywalled)

O’Malley, K. (February 24, 2017). Manning Manifests: CBC a prime target as conference winds down. Macleans.

Britneff, B. (February 14, 2017). Liberal MPs grill Competition Bureau over Postmedia-Sun deal. iPolitics.

Britneff, B. (February 12, 2017). Public Policy Forum report on media crisis ‘flawed’: professor. iPolitics.

Horgan, C. (February 1, 2017). The cost of journalism. Article Magazine.

Watson, H. G. (January 26, 2017). Six key takeaways from the Public Policy Forum’s report on media. J-Source.

Isreal, S. (January 18, 2017). Bell Canada raising prices on home internet, TV in February. CBC

Kupfer, M. (December 21, 2016). CRTC declares broadband internet access a basic service. CBC.

Brousseau-Pouliot, V. (December 22, 2016) Le CRTC vise l’accès à la haute vitesse pour tous. La Presse+

Morrison, I. (December 6, 2016). Local media and the democracy deficit. Policy Options.

Klass, B. (November 29, 2016). Once Manitoba Telecom Services sold, there’s no hitting ‘redial’. Winnipeg Free Press.

Wood, E. (November 22, 2016). Google and Facebook receive almost two-thirds of online ad revenue, study finds. Itbusiness.ca.

Jackson, E. (October 31, 2016). Telecoms, consumer advocates face off over Internet data pricing and date usage caps. Financial Post.

Dobby, C. (October 30, 2016). CRTC to review differential pricing practices on Internet service. Globe & Mail.

Jackson, E. (October 25, 2016). Broadcasting revenues dip as Canadians move online for radio and television: CRTC. Financial Post.

Nowak, P. (October 14, 2016). Trump hires Bell, Telus consultant for advice. Alphabeatic

Winseck, D. (July 1, 2016). Modular media: A radical communication and cultural policy for Canada. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives: The Monitor.

Evelyn, C. (June 23, 2016). ‘Separate silo’ approach to regulation wrong-footed in internet age: report. The Wire Report.

Chung, E. (June 2, 2016). Google, Canadian media outlets launch AMP websites. CBC News.

Bell-MTS deal raised in Manitoba legislature (May 27, 2016). The Wire Report (subs only).

Evelyn, C. (May 26, 2016). Bell-MTS deal weakens Rogers’ ability to compete: academics. The Wire Report.

Nowak, P. (May 20, 2016). Facebook bias scandal: New media giants deal with traditional media problem. CBC News.

Jackson, E. (May 19, 2016). They’re right on our doorstep: SaskTel orders risk report after Bell buys MTS. Financial Post.

Bell-MTS deal weakens Rogers’ ability to compete: academics. The Wire Report (May 26, 2016).

Winseck, D. & Klass, M. (May 18, 2016). MTS deal would set a harmful precedent for wireless competition. Globe and Mail.

Cash, M. (May 18, 2016). Wireless rates already rising. Winnipeg Free Press.

Winseck, D. (May 17, 2016). Why Bell’s bid to buy MTS is bad news. Policy Options.

Winseck, D. (April 19, 2016). Guilty pleasures and proper needs: Who gets what kind of Internet, and who decides? Policy Options.

Libin, Kevin (April 4, 2016). The ugly side of skinny cable: Why the CRTC got this file wrong again. Financial Post.

Harris, S. (March 3, 2016). $25 ‘skinny’ TV packages called a ‘ripoff’ as industry ‘stares down’ CRTC. CBC.

Abma, S. (March 1, 2016). Will ‘skinny packages’ tempt cable customers to stay connected? CBC.

White, A. (March 1, 2016). Canada takes first step in national fight against cord cutting. Paste Magazine.

Vlessing, E. (February 29, 2016). Canada’s Great Cable Unbundling. The Hollywood Reporter.

Watson, H. G. (February 29, 2016). Media concentration in Canada climbs as news rooms shrink. J-Source.

Reynolds, C. (February 29, 2016). Bell’s TV starter package is now only $25 — but will anyone want it? Toronto Star.

Democracy warning as Canadian media merge and newspapers close (February 24, 2016). The Guardian

Winseck, D. (February 12, 2016). The clash over the Internet infrastructure of the 21st century. Policy Options.

Shufelt, T. & Dobby, C. (January 25, 2016). Guelph Mercury newspaper to close amid financial pressures. Globe and Mail.

Postmedia-Sun merger ‘foolishly’ accepted by Competition Bureau, prof says (January 20, 2016). CBC News Ottawa.

Bjornson, L. (December 5, 2015). Niche ethnic media struggle to compete. New Canadian Media.

Livesey, B. (November 27, 2015). Postmedia empire falters while CEO Paul Godfrey earns millions. Toronto Star.

Livesey, Bruce (November 24, 2015). The tawdry fall of the Postmedia newspaper empire. National Observer.

Shaw, G. (November 24, 2015). Netflix, shomi, Crave TV: Choosing the streaming service that best for you. Financial Post.

Harris, M. (November 12, 2015). Citizen Shame: Politics, Paul Godfrey and Postmedia’s humiliation. iPolitics.

Tencer, D. (November 10, 2015). Canada’s Newspapers Were In The Tank For Harper, Media Analysis Finds. Huffington Post.

Winseck, D. (November 3, 2015). Canadian newspaper editorial election endorsements: elite and out of sync. Policy Options.

Barber, J. (November 1, 2015). Election deals blow to Canada’s dominant press group. The Guardian.

McGee, C. (October 21, 2015). Do editorial endorsements matter? Ryerson Review of Journalism.

Buckler, G. (July 8, 2015). Does Media Ownership Matter. Canadian Journalists for Freedom of Expression.

Desjardins, L. (March 25, 2015). Corporation executive interferes in news coverage. Radio-Canada International.

Gallant, J. (March 25, 2015). Bell Media president apologizes for intervening in CTV news coverage. Toronto Star.

Winseck, D. (March 28, 2015). At Bell Media, editorial meddling by execs appears to be a recurring problem. Policy Options.

Winseck, D. (March 16, 2015). The CRTC’s latest Talk TV decisions: Sweeping change or plus ça change? Policy Options.

Abma, D. (March 11, 2015). Connectivity beats content in telecom/media sector: report. The Wire Report (subs only).

Nowak, P. (February 11, 2015). Canada’s looming streaming video showdown. Canadian Business.

Myers, C. (2014-2015). The Business of Media. Canadian Media Directors Council. Toronto: Rogers.

Levinson King, R. (February 2, 2015). Canadian viewers will get to see U.S. ads during 2017 Super Bowl: In bold speech, CRTC comes out in favour of network neutrality, Super Bowl ads and free TV. Toronto Star

Montgomery, M. (January 6, 2015). Media concentration in Canada: new study provides facts. Radio-Canada International.

Trio calls on government to reign in major telecoms. (Nov. 20, 2014). The Wire report (subscribers only).

Mills, C. (November 17, 2014). TC Media sells 15 consumer magazines to TVA, including Canadian Living and The Hockey News. J-Source.ca.

Karadeglija, A. (October 15, 2014). EU countries could be next for regulator-Netflix conflict (subscribers only).

Abma, D. (October 9, 2014). Rogers-Shaw merger seen as making complete sense (subscribers only).

Bradshaw, J. (October 6, 2014). Postmedia-Quebecor deal raises questions on future of newspapers.

Huffington Post (October 6, 2014). Postmedia – Quebecor Deal: Media Ownership Worries are Beside the Point: Expert.

Canadian Press (October 6, 2014). Experts weigh in on concentration of Canadian media ownership. CTV News

Canadian Press (October 6, 2014). Experts weigh in on concentration of Canadian media ownershipMacleans.

CBC (September 23, 2014). Netflix refuses CRTC demand to hand over subscriber data.

Pedwell, T. (September 22, 2014). Interference by PMO emboldened Neflix against broadcaster, experts say. CTV News.

Pedwell, T. (September 19, 2014). Netflix tells CRTC consumers should vote with their dollars. CBC News.

CBC (September 11, 2014). CRTC hearings: How the outcome could affect your cable and internet bill.

Dobby, C. (May 6, 2014). Why Ottawa keeps failing at its quest to give Canadians more telecom choices. National Post.

Cheadle, B. (March 11, 2014). Some mayors concerned over separatist ownership of English community newspapers. Winnipeg Free Press

Academics ask telcos about information disclosure to government (Jan. 22, 2014). The Wire report (subscribers only).

Raj, A. (Dec. 17, 2013). Jean-Pierre Blais Is On A Mission As CRTC Chief – But Whose Mission Is It? Huffington Post.

Austen, I. (Dec. 11. 2013). Canada to stop delivering mail to city homes over five years. New York Times.

Schick, S. (Dec. 11, 2013). Canada can’t research its way out of the wireless wars. Yahoo! Finance Canada.

Fontaine, P. (November 29, 2013). Diversity of Media Ownership Literally Non-Existent in CanadaJ-SourceThe Canadian Journalism Project.

Pilieci, V. (November 22, 2013). Canada would be well served by welcoming wireless competition: researcherOttawa Citizen.

Carleton University paper argues for more wireless competitionThe Wire Report, November 25, 2013.

Carleton Study Challenges Claims of Big Mobile Wireless Players and Promotes Need for Maverick Brands. Morning Post Exchange. November 25, 2013.

Tencer, D. (Nov. 22, 2013). Wireless Competition In Canada: The Good, The Bad And The UglyThe Huffington Post

Tencer, D. (Nov. 22, 2013). 3 Radical  Proposals For Reforming Canada’s Wireless IndustryThe Huffington Post.

Plokhi, O. (Nov. 18, 2013). Ottawa’s moves in telecom get wide ranging reactions at industry conference. iPolitics.

Kyonka, N. (Nov. 18, 2013). Analysts, academics take sides on whether wireless regulations help or harm consumers. The Wire Report (subs only).

Canada’s Emperors Wearing No Clothes! The Tyee, November 4, 2013.

What does media concentration look likeThe Tyee (undated)

Lu, Vanessa. What happens if TV unbundles? Toronto Star, October 15, 2013.

Media concentration inches downward, research group says. (May 15, 2013). The Wire report (subscribers only).

Doyle, S. (May 7, 2013). Rogers would look at buying TMN, urges CRTC to order Bell to divest the channel. The Wire Report (subs only).

Dobby, C. (May 5, 2013). BCE-Astral deal will hurt consumers’ level of choice, interest group warnsNational Post.

Winseck, Dwayne. On Bell Astral Merger, the CRTC should take its timeGlobe & Mail, February 4, 2013.

Kyonka, N. (Dec. 4, 2012). Industry contemplates ‘what if’ move to pick-and-pay TV.  The Wire Report (subs only).

Naughton, John. Would you trust Vladimir Putin with the keys to the web? The Guardian, November 25, 2012.

Campion-Smith, Bruce. Consumers the focus in CRTC’s rejection of Bell take-over of Astral Media, experts saysToronto Star, October 19, 2012.

Winseck, Dwayne. The CRTC and the Bell Astral Deal: What Happened and Why. Huffington Post. October 22, 2012. 

Winseck, Dwayne. Who’s Watching You on the InternetHuffington Post, October 15, 2012.

Roseman, Ellen. Bell’s Astral takeover could mean TV strangleholdToronto Star, September 11, 2012.

Hayley, Andrea and Miller, Reuben. Astral/BCE merger may require TV divestitures, industry sources sayDeal Reporter, September 7, 2012.

Wallace, Kenyon. Competitors try to block Bell Canada from buying Astral MediaThe Toronto Star, September 9, 2012.

Houpt, S. & S. Ladurantaye. Is Bell too big? Globe and Mail, September 1, 2012.

CRTC should nix Bell’s Astral takeover, prof arguesCBC, August 17

More Consumer and Industry Voices Say No to Bell CanadaWall Street Journal, August 10, 2012.

Freeman, S. (March 16, 2012). BCE takes over one of few remaining independents, shrinks media landscape.

Netflix reaches exclusive deal for Arrested Development in Canada. (July 12, 2012). The Wire report (subscribers only).

Bell to grab Astral’s 17.6% Quebec specialty channel audience share. (March 16, 2012). The Wire report (subscribers only).

Burgess, M. (Aug. 9, 2011). With an eye to top policy issues, major telcos appoint former cabinet ministers to boards. The Wire report (subscribers only).

Burgess, M. (June 14, 2011). Canadian broadcasters can take lessons from FCC report on local news, critics say. The Wire report (subscribers only).

Burgess, M. (April 28, 2011). Potential regulation of Netflix steeped in questions, barbed answers. The Wire report (subscribers only).