Media and Internet Concentration in Canada Report, 1984 – 2014

November 2015
Canadian Media Concentration Research

The report, which is conducted independently thanks to funding from SSHRC, examines competition and concentration trends from 1984 until 2014 for a dozen-and-a-half sectors of the media, internet and telecoms industries in Canada -- the core elements of what the report calls the evermore internet- and mobile-centric media economy. The Canadian Media Concentration Research project is directed by Professor Dwayne Winseck, School of Journalism and Communication, Carleton University. It is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and has the mission of developing a comprehensive, systematic and long-term analysis of the media, internet and telecom industries in Canada.