This report examines the development of the media economy over the past thirtyfour years. Since beginning this project nearly a decade ago, we have focused on as comprehensive as possible selection of the biggest telecoms, internet and media industries (based on revenue), including: mobile wireless and wireline telecoms; internet access; cable, satellite & IPTV; broadcast television, specialty and pay television services and over-the-internet video subscription and download services; radio; newspapers; magazines; music; internet advertising; social media; operating systems; browsers, etc.

This year, we have made some fairly dramatic changes in terms of what we cover, and the breadth of our analysis. For the first time, this report takes some preliminary steps to capture a broader range of audiovisual media services that are delivered over the internet beyond online video subscription and download services and internet advertising, including: online gaming, app store and music downloads.

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Publisher Canadian Media Concentration Research Project (CMCRP), Carleton University
Persistent URL dx.doi.org/10.22215/cmcrp/2019.1
Series Digital Media and Internet Industries in Canada
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Part of a series from the CMCRP - visit the CMCRP website for project details and background.

Citation
Winseck, D. (2019, December 13). Growth and Upheaval in the Network Media Economy, 1984-2018. Digital Media and Internet Industries in Canada. Canadian Media Concentration Research Project (CMCRP), Carleton University. doi:10.22215/cmcrp/2019.1