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Catherine Tait appointed as new CEO/President of CBC. CBC Radio–Saskatchewan (April 4, 2018).

Netflix losing customers. CBC business reporter Kate MacNamara (July 19, 2016).

A more accessible internet for Canadians? Policy Options Podcast #10 with Alex Shadeed, Institute for Research and Public Policy (May 3, 2016).

Whither Journalism in Canada? Interview with Marc Mongomery, RCInet (March 2, 2016).

Postmedia Combine News Rooms in Cities across Canada. CBC Ottawa Morning with Robyn Bresnahan (January 20, 2016).

Impact of combining Postmedia and Sun Newspaper Operations in Ottawa and other Cities Across Canada. Interview with Ed Hand at 1310 AM Ottawa (January 20, 2016).

Corus Acquires Shaw Media. Interview with CBC Radio Vancouver (January 13, 2016).

All in a Day with Paul Haarvardsrud + Allan Neil. CBC (November 10, 2015).

Federal Election 2015: Scrutinizing newspaper political endorsements. CBC’s The Current (October 9, 2015).

Interview with CBC’s As it Happens on Bell Media president’s intervention in CTV, BNN news coverage (March 25, 2015).

Interview with Radio Canada International’s Marc Montgomery. Media Concentration in Canada: new study provides facts (January 6, 2015).

Interview with CBC Montreal’s Shawn Apel on Netflix vs. CRTC over the question of confidential information and possible regulation of OTT Television (September 24, 2014).

Professor Dwayne Winseck delivers a blistering indictment of Bell, Rogers, and Telus: it’s an attack that may have gotten him briefly kicked off Twitter. Interview with Jesse Brown at CanadaLand (December 2, 2013).

Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) President and CEO Bernard Lord Debates State of Canada’s Mobile Wireless Market with CMCR Project Director Dwayne Winseck. 1310 News Ottawa (Rogers). November 27, 2013. Waiting for Audio clip.

Throne Speech announces cable unbundling/pick-and-pay model for cable tv. CBC morning radio (Halifax, Kitchener-Waterloo, Guelph, Cornerbrook, Yellowknife, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Sudbury, Kamloops, Victoria).

What does Bell Canada’s bid to takeover Astral Media mean for consumers? The Current, September 12, 2012.