Stories by Marc Edge
Absentee owners shouldn’t be the norm. Excerpted from Marc Edge’s book, ‘The News We Deserve’
In ‘No News is Bad News,’ Ian Gill finds ‘huge opportunity’ in our hollowed-out industry.
It sat back and watched as media consolidated in too few hands. Will Trudeau stop the madness?
Nope, but folding one daily a possibility, says media critic.
Here's an idea for the Competition Bureau: promote competition.
Glacier's Kamloops paper shut down despite company profit margins above 30 per cent.
As media giant makes 17 per cent profit, Sun, Province publisher says more fat to cut.
Ignore the naysayers. Newspapers are having success charging online readers.
Fiji's dictator pledges democracy, but just try being a journalist who criticizes him.
Newspaper companies are doing just fine, thanks. Journalists, not so much.
That's what people tend to be called when they remain convicted of fraud and have served time.
Owner Quebecor crushed labour ruthlessly, even though its newspapers are earning lots of profit.
But author Bob Garfield predicts a golden age of online marketing is about to bloom.
It keeps plunging, rocked by a perfect storm of debt and downturns.
Giants can keep owning papers, TV stations in same markets.
'Lazy, dishonest, biased, Marxists' and more accusations from Izzy and son Leonard.
How Izzy Asper got to be Canada's mega-media baron.
The rise of the Asper who gave us CanWest.
Ties that bind CanWest to the Conservatives.
Merger mania and the harm to media diversity. Hearings start today.
Lusting for 'awesome and infinite' deals with Thomson, Rogers, Shaw.
Combined circulation sliding, but is profit margin?
Sure players are rich. But their greedier bosses never learned to share, and shun laws of economics.