2016

“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

2014

"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

2013

"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

2011

"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

2010

“De-convergence and re-convergence in Canadian media,” The Convergence Newsletter.
December. Click here

“Convergence blamed for media mess in Canada,” The Convergence Newsletter. April. Click here

2009

"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

2008

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

2007

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

2006

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

2005

“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

2004

“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

2003

“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

2002

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

2001

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