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Canadian media regulation

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Chapters: Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, Concentration of media ownership, City of license, Multichannel television in Canada, Censorship in Canada, Clear-channel station, Twinstick, Fee-for-carriage, CHOI-FM, Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission, North American Radio Broadcasting Agreement, List of Canadian specialty channels, Media ownership in Canada, Canadian Television Fund, Subsidiary communications authority, Star Ray TV, Television system, Claude Rajotte, Negative option billing, Local marketing agreement, Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, Royal Commission on Newspapers, Capital Cities Communications v. CRTC, Parliamentary Press Gallery, Advertising Standards Canada, Ontario Press Council, Third Party ISP Access, Board of Broadcast Governors, Cable Television Standards Council, Radiocommunication Act. Excerpt: Concentration of media ownership (also known as media consolidation or media convergence) refers to a process whereby progressively fewer individuals or organizations control increasing share of the mass media. Contemporary research demonstrates increasing levels of consolidation, with many media industries already highly concentrated and dominated by a very small number of firms. Media concentration closely related to issues of editorial independence, media bias, and freedom of the press. In that sense, the term "media consolidation" is used especially by those who view such consolidation as sociologically detrimental, dangerous, or problematic. Concentration of media ownership is very frequently seen as a problem of contemporary media and society. When media ownership is concentrated in one or more of the ways mentioned above, a number of undesirable consequences follow, including the following: It is important to elaborate upon the issue of media consolidation and its effect upon the diversity of information reaching a particular market. Critics of consolidation raise the issue of whether monopolistic or oligopolistic control of a local media market can be fully accountable and dependable in serving the public interest. If, for example, only one or two media conglomerates dominate in a single market, the question is not only that of whether they will present a diversity of opinions, but also of whether they are willing to present information that may be damaging to either their advertisers or to themselves. This despite the fact that before deregulation there were only the Big Three television networks. On the local end, reporters have often seen their stories refused or edited beyond recognition, in instances where they have unearthed potentially damaging information concerning either the media outlet's advertisers or its parent company. An example would be the repeated refusal of networks to air "ads" from anti-war advocates to liberal groups like MoveOn.org, o

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Titel: Canadian media regulation
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EAN: 9781156115534
ISBN: 1156115531
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 112
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Jahr: 2012
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