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The Growth of the Network Media Economy in Canada, 1984-2016

Dwayne Winseck November 14, 2017

A PDF version of this report is available here, while previous versions can be found for 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Executive Summary Every year the Canadian Media Concentration Research Project puts out a series of reports on the state of the telecoms, internet, and media industries in Canada. This is the first installment […]

POSTER: Mapping Canada’s Top Telecoms, Internet & Media Companies by Revenue and Market Share (2015)

Dwayne Winseck November 22, 2016

Ever wonder who the main companies are that make up and shape the media, telecoms and internet landscape in Canada? Who owns what? Where do Google, Facebook and Netflix – the new internet giants — fit alongside other companies that have long had a towering presence across key sectors of the media and telecoms industries […]

Media and Internet Concentration in Canada Report 1984 – 2015

Dwayne Winseck

Introduction This is the second report in an annual series that reviews current developments and long-term trends in the telecoms, internet and media industries in Canada. Building on the first report in this series, it addresses another simple but profoundly important question: have telecom, internet and media markets become more or less concentrated over time […]

Growth of the Network Media Economy in Canada, 1984-2015

Dwayne Winseck October 25, 2016

Introduction Every year for the past five years the CMCR Project has put out a series of reports on the state of the telecoms-internet and media industries in Canada. This report is the first installment in this year’s series. A PDF version of this report is available here, while previous versions can be found for […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]