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Growth and Concentration Trends in the English-language Network Media Economy in Canada, 2000-2012

November 7, 2013

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This is the fourth post in a series on the state of the media, telecom and internet industries in Canada and has been cross-posted from the Canadian Media Concentration Research project website. It focuses on the growth of and concentration trends in ten sectors of these industries in the predominantly English-language speaking regions of Canada from 2000 until 2012: wireline telecoms, mobile wireless, internet access, broadcast TV, pay and specialty TV, total television, radio, newspapers, magazines and online (see herehere and here for the last three posts in this series) (for a downloadable PDF version of this post please click here).

The data and methodology underpinning the analysis can be found at the following links: Media Industry DataSources and Explanatory NotesEnglish-language Media EconomyCR and HHI English Media, and the CMCR Project’s Methodology Primary.

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