change and churning in Canada's media landscape /
"On 16 February 2016, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (the Committee) passed the following motion: That the Committee undertake a study of not fewer than ten (10) meetings on how Canadians, and especially local communities, are informed about local and regional experiences through news, broadcasting, digital and print media; the unintended consequences of news media concentration and the erosion of local news reporting and the impact of new media; [and] that the Committee make recommendations and report its findings to the House"--Intro., p. 3.
|Department/Agency||House of Commons. Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.|
|Subtitle||change and churning in Canada's media landscape /|
|Series Title||Report of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage ;|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||"June 2017." Also available in French under title: Bouleversements dans le paysage médiatique canadien : un monde en transformation.|
|Number of Pages||x, 102 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Media, Digital technology|
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