“News as Hazardous Waste: Postmedia, the Competition Bureau, and the Supreme Court of Canada.” Canadian Journal of Communication, December. Click here


“The never-ending story: Postmedia, press concentration, and the Competition Bureau.” Canadian Journal of Media Studies, Spring/Summer. Click here

“In Memoriam: David R. Spencer.” Canadian Journal of Media Studies, Spring/Summer. Click here


"Newspapers' annual reports show chains profitable.” Newspaper Research Journal, Fall. Click here

“Singapore-style press control? Not in Fiji.” International Communication Gazette. April. Click here


"Public Benefits or Private? The Case of the Canadian Media Research Consortium," Canadian Journal of Communication, January/February. Click here

"CRTC, no longer for sale? Astral Media ruling reverses rising tide of ownership concentration," Canadian Journal of Media Studies, June. Click here


"Convergence after the collapse: The 'catastrophic case of Canada," Media, Culture & Society, November. Click here

“An accidental success story: The forced diversification of Quebecor Media,” Journal of Media Business Studies, Fall. Click here


“De-convergence and re-convergence in Canadian media,” The Convergence Newsletter.
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“Convergence blamed for media mess in Canada,” The Convergence Newsletter. April. Click here


"How the Camel Got in the Tent: The 1990s Canadian Assault on Australia’s Foreign Media Ownership Limits,” Media International Australia, August. Click here

“Thwarting Foreign Ownership Limits: CanWest Global Communications and Policy Activism in Canada and Australia,” Canadian Journal of Media Studies, July. Click here

"CanWest Sues B.C. Pranksters,” Freedom to Read. Click here

“West Coast Media: Ultra-concentrated Ownership,” in Michael Howlett, Dennis Pilon and Tracy Summerville, Eds. British Columbia Politics and Government. (Toronto: Emond Montgomery). Click here


“Cross Ownership.” In Wolfgang Donsbach, Ed., International Encyclopedia of Communication. (Oxford: Blackwell). Click here


“Convergence and the ‘Black News Hole’: Canadian Newspaper Coverage of the 2003 Lincoln Report,” Canadian Journal of Media Studies. Aprill. Click here


“Doing it For Themselves: Striking Newsworkers Publish the Castlegar Citizen, 2000-2005.” (With Karl Hardt) Canadian Journal of Communication, Fall. Click here


“The Pain of the Obdurate Rump: Conrad Black and the Flouting of Corporate Governance,” in Robert G. Picard, Ed. Corporate Governance of Media Companies. (Jönköping, Sweden: Jönköping International Business School). Click here


“Pie Sharing or Food Fight? The Impact of Regulatory Changes on Media Market Competition in Singapore,” International Journal on Media Management, Fall/Winter. Click here

“Balancing Academic and Corporate Interests in Canadian Journalism Education,” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, Summer. Click here

“The Failure of Project Eyeball: A Case of Product Over-pricing or Market Over-Crowding?” International Journal on MediaManagement, Spring/Summer. Click here

“An enduring success story: The little newspaper that could,” Singapore Today, February 14. Click here


“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Financial Markets and the Demise of Canada’s Southam Newspapers,” International Journal on Media Management, Winter. Click here

“Professionalism versus Pragmatism: Canadians should pay attention to the way the debate over journalism schools played out in the United States,” Media, Fall/Winter. Click here


"The Press We Deserve: A Legacy of Unheeded Warnings," Textual Studies in Canada, Fall Click here


"Byline Wars at the Vancouver Province," Media, Spring. Click here