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October 20, 2017
Globe and Mail
"Netflix leads streaming services in Canada"

October 16, 2017
Home Theater Review
"Is Cord Cutting Really Killing Traditional Pay TV?"

October 16, 2017
Boston Herald
"It's Time to Stream On-Demand News"

September 29, 2017
Canadian Press
"Providers have to invest to meet growing demand for mobile use: Bell CEO"

September 28, 2017
Agence France Presse
"Netflix to spend Can$500 mln to make films, TV shows in Canada"

September 11, 2017
Motley Fool
"Does Netflix or Amazon Have the Best Original Content? Millennials Weigh In…"

September 6, 2017
Tri-County Times
"Are TV subscriptions disappearing?"

September 1, 2017
Business Insider
"79% of millennials say Netflix has the best original shows and movies of its competitors"

September 1, 2017
MSN
"This Is How Much Millennials Love Netflix"

August 19, 2017
Globe and Mail
"Streaming wars: The escalating battle for Canadian screens"

August 14, 2017
The Motley Fool
"Should Investors Gamble on a Resurgence in Cable?"

August 11, 2017
Toronto Star
"Why you’ll end up paying for TV’s fight against Netflix"

August 9, 2017
Tec Review
"¿Qué significa para el futuro del streaming la salida de Disney de Netflix?"

August 8, 2017
National Post
"Canadians to get another TV streaming service with launch of CBS All Access"

August 8, 2017
Canadian Press
"CBS All Access likely to offer a limited Canadian menu"

July 19, 2017
Telecom Asia
"Big Video: Coming soon, to a mobile device in your pocket"

July 10, 2017
Multichannel
"Shift to OTT Services Raises Piracy Predicament"

July 6, 2017
Strategy
"What’s next in TV’s digital revolution"

June 30, 2017
PPB Magazine
"Scoreboard: The 2016 Ups and Downs of Competing Media""

June 22, 2017
Market Realist
"A Rosy Numbers Outlook for Netflix and Peers"

June 14, 2017
CBC
"More than a quarter of TV subscribers mulling cable-cutting, study says"

June 7, 2017
Forbes
"Strategic Planning For Community Media Centers"

May 30, 2017
Canadian Press
"Providers have to invest to meet growing demand for mobile use: Bell CEO"

May 26, 2017
The MS Print
"The Changing Face of TV Platforms"

May 17, 2017
Media in Canada
"Traditional TV subscriptions still out-perform OTT tenfold: study"

May 15, 2017
Toronto Sun
"Bell's Alt TV not really 'cutting-edge,' expert says"

May 15, 2017
Canadian Press
"Bell launches live TV streaming service Alt TV"

May 15, 2017
National Post
"Bell launches $14.95-a-month app-based live TV streaming service for cord cutters"

May 15, 2017
CBC
"Bell launches 'Alt TV' mobile streaming app in response to cord-cutting trend"

May 15
Les Affaires
"Bell veut reconquérir les clients qui ont abandonné le câble"

May 13, 2017
CBC
"Cable TV cord cutters threaten sports business"

May 9, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter
"Liberty Media First-Quarter Revenue Rises 17 Percent"

May 9, 2017
Money Morning
"Why Facebook TV Is Great for Shareholders"

May 1, 2017
SiliconAngle
"Twitter partners with Bloomberg to launch a 24/7 news stream"

April 29, 2017
International Business Times
"ESPN Layoffs: Why Cord-Cutting Is To Blame, Why The Trend Will Continue"

April 27, 2017
Adweek
"Infographic: Here’s the Difference Between 5 Top Streaming Services for Live TV"

April 26, 2017
The Penny Hoarder
"A Shocking Number of American Households Won’t Have Cable by 2018"

April 26, 2017
Techdirt
"Cord Cutting Is Very Real, And 25% Of Americans Won't Subscribe To Traditional Cable By Next Year"

April 25, 2017
Multichannel News
"Report: ESPN layoffs could start tomorrow"

April 24, 2017
Consumerist
"Report: 25% Of Americans Won’t Have A Traditional TV Subscription By 2018"

April 24, 2017
Multichannel News
"Study: Pay TV Continues to Decline, OTT Rises in 2016"

April 24, 2017
Business Insider
"Services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are growing much faster than traditional TV — here's how much"

April 24, 2017
Daily Caller
"A Stunning Number Of Americans No Longer Have Cable TV, Says Report"

April 24, 2017
IT Business Net
"How Millennials Are Re-Defining the Golden Age of Television"

April 23, 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
"Only a quarter of Americans want to watch shows on TV screens"

April 22, 2017
Observer-Reporter
"Cord cutting gaining in popularity"

April 20, 2017
Fortune
"Netflix and Internet Video Pals Are Winning Big From Cord Cutting"

April 19, 2017
MobileSyrup
"Traditional TV subs will decline by 247,000 in Canada this year, predicts report"

April 19, 2017
MobileSyrup
"Report forecasts 900,000 new wireless subscribers in Canada this year"

April 19, 2017
CBC
"Cord cutting in Canada expected to accelerate"

April 19, 2017
CARTT
"More Canadians favouring broadband subscriptions over TV"

April 19, 2017
Canadian Press
"Rising Number of Canadians Cutting the Cord, Report Says"
Rising number of Canadians cutting the cord on traditional TV, report says - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/rising-number-of-canadians-cutting-the-cord-on-traditional-tv-report-says-1.15999668#sthash.LgOX0f2e.dpuf
Rising number of Canadians cutting the cord on traditional TV, report says - See more at: http://www.timescolonist.com/rising-number-of-canadians-cutting-the-cord-on-traditional-tv-report-says-1.15999668#sthash.LgOX0f2e.dpuf

April 18, 2017
The Globe and Mail
"In-car connectivity in Canada lags far behind U.S."

April 3, 2017
The New York Times Upfront
"Hidden AD-gendas?"

March 22, 2017
The Hollywood Reporter
"Sundance Now Streaming Service Expands Beyond U.S."

March 2017
R Street Policy Study
"Zero Rating in a Competitive Broadband Market"

February 16, 2017
CBC
"Ottawa MPP urges own government to maintain TVO signal"

February 1, 2017
CBC
"TVO dropping over-the-air transmission outside Toronto"

January 26, 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
"Verizon struggles to compete with more video"

January 25, 2017
TV Technology
"Incentive Auction Success"

December 31, 2016
The Next Web
"Why Video Streaming will Explode in 2017"

December 30, 2016
National Post
"Cord cutting escalates for Canada TV subscribers in first three quarters of 2016"

December 29, 2016
National Post
"As youth renounce TV and subscribers flee from ESPN, sports cable bubble has to pop eventually"

December 20, 2016
Canadian Press
"Netflix, CraveTV, Amazon and Canada's changing streaming habits"

December 20, 2016
Refinery29
"The Great Cord-Cutting Debate: Is It Really The Wave Of The Future?"

December 16, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle
"Silicon Valley courts cord cutters"

December 8, 2016
Fortune
"More Evidence Cord Cutting Is Spreading to Broadband Internet"

November 2016
August Grant and Jennifer Meadows
"Communication Technology Update and Fundamentals: 15th Edition"

October 31, 2016
Globe and Mail
"Stingray Digital targets growing 'slow TV' niche"

October 26, 2016
MarketWatch
"It's lose-lose for AT&T shareholders in the Time Warner deal"

October 8, 2016
Utica Observer-Dispatch
"More customers are dropping cable services. Here's why."

October 5, 2016
Fortune
"Why Cord Cutting Is Spreading to Broadband Internet Subscribers"

October 3, 2016
Multichannel News
"Shomi Shutdown Shows Netflix's Strength"

September 27, 2016
National Post
"Why Shomi's demise doesn't mean the end for Canadian video streaming companies"

September 6, 2016
The Motley Fool
"Will Rogers Communications Inc. Grow its 3.36% Dividend?"

August 19, 2016
Canadian Press
"IPTV could be slowing cord-cutting"

July 13, 2016
Huffington Post
"Cord-Cutting In Canada Isn't Hurting Cable Companies' Bottom Lines Too Badly"

July 4, 2016
Hollywood Reporter
"As Canadian NHL Ratings Slide, 'Hockey Night in Canada' Dumps Host"

June 24, 2016
Skift
"Following Marriott's Lead, Starwood's Aloft Pilots an In-Room Streaming Service"

June 15, 2016
National Post
"Netflix lands over a million new Canadian subscribers in less than one year: report"

June 8, 2016
Boise Weekly
"Netflix Busts the Border Hoppers"

May 30, 2016
National Post
"Telecoms scramble to keep customers after half a million Canadians cut landlines last year"

May 30, 2016
Mobilesyrup
"Over half a million Canadians cut the cord on their landlines last year"

May 29, 2016
Northwest Herald
"Roku devices on demand at McHenry County libraries"

May 24, 2016
Steaming Observer
"1 In 5 Americans Won't Have Cable TV In 2018, Analyst Says"

May 22, 2016
El Siglo
"El imperio del streaming"

May 11, 2016
City of Torrance, Office of Cable and Community Relations
Meeting

May 3, 2016
TheStreet
"Ignore the Cord Cutters"

May 2016
Johannes Bauer and Michael Latzer
"Handbook on the Economics of the Internet"

April 25, 2016
CBC
"Netflix crackdown won't stop Canadians from stealing content"

April 20, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter
"Netflix Cracks Down on Canadian Proxy Access to U.S. Service"

April 15, 2016
The Hollywood Reporter
"Canada's Cable Unbundling Falls Short With "Skinny" TV Packages"

April 14, 2016
Huffington Post
"Forget Cord-Cutting, Subscribers Stick With The Skinny Bundle"

April 14, 2016
Greater West Bloomfield Cable Communications Commission
"Minutes"

April 11, 2016
Business Insider
"The growth of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu is rapidly outpacing traditional cable"

April 11, 2016
Multichannel News
"Pay TV's 'New Normal': 1 Million Cord-Cutters a Year"

April 11, 2016
Branchez Vous
"Le cord cutting gagne du terrain au Canada"

April 9, 2016
Huffington Post
"Netflix Hikes Prices For Long-Term Subscribers"

April 8, 2016
CBC
"Cable cord-cutting numbers soar in Canada thanks to Netflix, high prices, says report"

April 8, 2016
Huffington Post
"Cord-Cutting In Canada Nearly Doubles Its Pace: 1/4 Of Homes Now Cable-Free"

April 8, 2016
Toronto Star
"Couch potatoes of Canada, unite"

April 8, 2016
Los Angeles Times
"Why cutting the pay-TV cord turned out to be a good move"

April 8, 2016
Motherboard
"Canadians Are Cord-Cutting Faster than Americans"

April 7, 2016
City of Montclair
"City Manager's Weekly Report"

April 5, 2016
Fortune
"More Than One in Five Households Has Dumped the Cable Goliath"

April 5, 2016
DSLReports
"Study: 20.4% Don't Have Traditional TV, Up From 18.8% in 2014"

April 5, 2016
Mobilesyrup
"Rates go up as growth slows in Canadian wireless market, report finds"

April 4, 2016
Multichannel News
"Cord Cutting Grew Four-Fold in 2015"

April 4, 2016
CARTT
"Canadian market sees loss of 190,000 TV subscribers in 2015: report"

April 4, 2016
CARTT
"Free online TV viewing hampered by ad loads, Netflix: report"

April 4, 2016
HomeMedia Magazine
"Packaged Media Continues to Dominate Sellthrough Market"

April 4, 2016
FastCompany
"Almost 22% of U.S. homes won't have pay TV by the end of this year"

February 26, 2016
Canadian Business
"Why Stingray Digital is betting it all against streaming music"

February 24, 2016
"Peter Menzies to the Conference and Annual General Meeting of the CanWISP"

Jan 22, 2016
Popsugar
"How to Quit Cable For Good . . . and Survive"

January 2, 2016
CMDC
"2016/2017 Media Digest"

December 30, 2015
The Hollywood Reporter
"Canada 2015 in Review: Cord Cutting, Hollywood Shoots Make Headlines"

December 14, 2015
Media in Canada
"Reports of TV's death are greatly exaggerated"

December 11, 2015
Huffington Post
"In Memoriam: The Communications Tools We Said Goodbye To In 2015"

December 10, 2015
International Business Times
"Cord Cutting is Only Going to Get Worse"

November 18, 2015
International Business Times
"Dear Cord-Cutters: The Cable Bundle Is Not The Enemy You're Looking For"

September 8, 2015
Colorado Springs Business Journal
"Cable's future affects Comcast renewal"

August 13, 2015
Sports Media Business
"Have Cable Sports Networks Gone Overboard?"

August 10, 2015
Orange County Register
"The Watcher: Future fears rock TV stocks"

July 15, 2015
Vancouver Sun
"Rogers, Shaw unshackle Shomi as competition with Netflix intensifies"

July 7, 2015
RCI
"De plus en plus de Canadiens se débranchent des services de télévision"

June 13, 2015
Canadian Press
"Cord-Cutting Accelerates In Canada, Report Finds"

May 27, 2015
National Post
"Rogers Communications Inc, Shaw Communications Inc open streaming service Shomi to all Canadians"

May 4, 2015
Canadian Press
"Phone companies expected to win over more cable customers with fibre-optic TV"

April 21, 2015
CNET
"Verizon throws cold water on Disney's objections over new skinny bundles"

April 20, 2015
Multichannel
"Study: Cord-Cutters, Nevers Keep Rising"

April 18, 2015
Globe & Mail
"Streaming wars: How disruptors are shaking up the TV business"

April 18, 2015
CBC News
"Shaw dials back on bundling home phone with its other services"

April 17, 2015
Business Insider
"The number of Americans paying for traditional TV peaked in 2012"

April 17, 2015
International Business Times
"Cable TV Just Got Some More Bad News"

April 17, 2015
Toronto Star
"Mad Men plus cable-cutter fans equals new business for Toronto bars"

April 17, 2015
Canadian Business
"Why Internet access is likely to get more expensive"

April 14, 2015
Bloomberg
"U.S. Homes Dropping Pay-TV Service Forecast to Rise in 2015"

April 14, 2015
Hollywood Reporter
"TV Cord-Cutting Gathers Pace"

April 14, 2015
HomeMedia
"Report: OTT Video to Top Rental Market Share in 2015"

April 14, 2015
CARTT
"Canadians turning to online video"

April 14, 2015
Le Journal de Montréal
"L'écoute en continu, légale ou pas?"

April 13, 2015
National Post
"Number of TV cable cord-cutters growing faster than expected"

April 13, 2015
CBC
"TV subscriber losses increased last year and will keep growing, report says"

April 13, 2015
Toronto Star
"Canadians scrapping cable packages in larger numbers: report"

April 13, 2015
CARTT
"Canadian market sees loss of 95,000 TV subscribers in 2014, says report"

April 13, 2015
MobileSyrup
"New study shows Canadians continue to ditch landlines in favour of mobile"

April 13, 2015
Canadian Press
"More Canadians scrap cable packages or never sign up: report"

December 22, 2014
CTV
"Tech Trends for 2015"

December 5, 2014
Cantech letter
"The real problem with Bell's CraveTV offering"

December 2, 2014
Toronto Star
"BCE trademarks Crave TV ahead of streaming debut"

November 28, 2014
Highlands Today
"We want to know: Are you a cord cutter?"

September 29, 2014
Globe and Mail
"CRTC is doomed to lose the fight it's picked with Netflix"

September 25, 2014
Toronto Star
"Redbox resurrects DVD rentals to Canadians"

September 19, 2014
Globe and Mail
"Netflix, CRTC spar over regulation, customer data"

September 16, 2014
National Post
"How Quebecor may steer toward Mobilicity after Wind Mobile's buyout deal"

September 12, 2014
MobileSyrup
"Convergence predicts new entrants will have 1.64M wireless subs by end of 2014"

September 10, 2014
CARTT
"New wireless entrants undercut Big Three's prices by more than 60%: Convergence report"

September 8, 2014
Globe and Mail
"Google, CRTC chief spar over calls for online regulations"

September 2, 2014
National Post
"How Netflix Inc is forcing Canadian cable companies to up their game"

August 26, 2014
Canadian Press
"Rogers and Shaw launch video-on-demand service called Shomi"

August 26, 2014
National Post
"Rogers, Shaw look to protect their turf with Shomi streaming service to rival Netflix"

June 12, 2014
Variety
"Canadian Orders of U.S. Shows Slashed by Hockey Coverage"

May 23, 2014
Toronto Star
"Will CBC kill the 6 o'clock news?"

May 15, 2014
Globe and Mail
"More Canadians cutting the cord? TV subscriber numbers fall for first time"

May 4, 2014
Canadian Press
"Phone companies expected to win over more cable customers with fibre-optic TV"

April 14, 2014
Multichannel News
"Cord-Cutting Won't Get Worse - or Better: Study"

April 10, 2014
Canadian Press
"Cogeco Cable values service over price to keep TV customers"

April 8, 2014
Bloomberg
"Cable-TV Keeps Dropouts in Check With Zombies on Smartphones"

April 8, 2014
CARTT
"Mobile lifestyles have more Canadians cutting TV, phone cords: Convergence reports"

April 8, 2014
FierceCable
"Report: Canadians slicing the TV cord on pace with U.S. counterparts"

April 7, 2014
Canadian Press
"More Canadians hanging up on traditional phones and cutting traditional TV"

April 2, 2014
The Supreme Court of the United States
American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. v. Aereo Inc.

April 2014
Yu-li Liu and Robert Picard
"Policy and Marketing Strategies for Digital Media"

March 19, 2014
Canadian Press
"Prices go up while Ottawa left to deliver on more wireless competition"

February 13, 2014
Canadian Press
"Cord cutting growing? Poll shows almost 1 in 4 Canadians don't have a TV subscription"

February 4, 2014
Canadian Press
"Wireless subscribers expected to lead growth at Canada's big telecoms"

January 31, 2014
ChronicleHerald
"Cutting the cord"

January 9, 2014
Canadian Press
"Rogers readying a Hulu-like streaming service to compete with Netflix: report"

December 23, 2013
Globe and Mail
"2013: the year that TV refused to die"

December 2013
Jennifer Holt
"Connected Viewing: Selling Streaming & Sharing Media in the Digital Age"

November 17, 2013
Canadian Press
"Pulling the plug on traditional TV is still a slow moving trend in Canada"

October 24, 2013
Postmedia
"CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais sees tough trade-offs in quest for cheaper TV"

October 24, 2013
Globe and Mail
"CRTC wants Canadians to hold flash conferences, report back on state of TV"

October 22, 2013
Globe and Mail
"TV cord cutting on the rise? Not according to Netflix CEO"

October 21, 2013
Computerworld
"The cords are losing: Netflix overtaking HBO in paid US subscribers"

October 7, 2013
Forbes
"Can Twitter Save TV? (And Can TV Save Twitter?)"

October 4, 2013
ScreenPlays Magazine
"Converged Headends Open Path to Overcoming Hardware Barriers to Pay TV Migration"

October 2, 2013
CARTT
"Despite discounts, new wireless entrants have only 7% of market: Convergence report"

October 2, 2013
MobileSyrup
"New entrants forecasted to have 7% of Canadian wireless subscribers by year-end 2013"

October 1, 2013
Canadian Press
"Small wireless players can't keep dirt cheap prices and stay in business in Canada, new report says"

September 18, 2013
Bloomberg
"How Cord Never Generation Poses Sales Drag for Pay TV"

September 16, 2013
CBC
"Surveillance a condition of Canadian wireless licence"

September 15, 2013
Canadian Press
"Radio waves considered beachfront property up for grabs for wireless bidders"

September 11, 2013
House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology Hearing
"Innovation Versus Regulation in the Video Marketplace"

September 11, 2013
Globe and Mail
"Shaw plans to put Global shows on more than TV"

September 7, 2013
Expressen
"Netflix nya vapen i tv-kriget: Egna serier"

September 5, 2013
ScreenPlays Magazine
"The Cable IT Path to Anchoring Growth in Customer Satisfaction"

September, 2013
"IAB Global Mobile Anthology"

August 15, 2013
Forbes
"Why Tomorrow's Cable Might Not Include TV"

July 29, 2013
PC Magazine
"Netflix Not Cannibalizing Traditional TV Watching"

July 18, 2013
Yahoo! Finance
"5 More Reasons You'll Be Cutting Your Cable TV Cord Next Year"

July 18, 2013
El Cronista
"La era del video online"

July 4, 2013
CTV News
"Many Canadians cutting the cord on traditional cable"

June 21, 2013
Research Alert
"Fewer Americans Are Subscribing to Multichannel TV Services"

June 17, 2013
MSN Money
"Netflix teams with Dreamworks in big bet on content"

May 31, 2013
Toronto Star
"Tech companies trying to cash in on TV media model"

May 30, 2013
PCMag.com
"More Cord Cutters Ditching Web Than Cable TV"

May 24, 2013
Kansas City Star
"Watch it or not, you pay for sports on cable TV"

May 18, 2013
National Post
"Wireless Stranglehold: How Ottawa failed to break the dominance of the Big Three"

May 16, 2013
The Boston Globe
"They cut cable, but not their shows"

May 14, 2013
Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet
"State of Video"

May 14, 2013
The ChronicleHerald
"More Canadians dropping phone landlines, cable TV"

May 12, 2013
AL.com
"Cutting the cord..."

April 28, 2013
Utica Observer-Dispatch
"Cable? Satellite? None of the above?"

April 12, 2013
Maclean's
"Wireless competition in Canada faces hurdles with possible sale of new players"

April 11, 2013
National Post
"Wind Mobile, other new entrants quit industry association claiming bias"

April 10, 2013
Globe and Mail
"Trio of wireless companies exit lobby group..."

April 9, 2013
Multichannel News
"Sifting through the online tea leaves"

April 7, 2013
The New York Times
"Ready to Cut the Cord?"

April 6, 2013
Globe and Mail
"How cable TV is rewiring us"

April 6, 2013
Le Devoir
"La télévision en mutation - Circuit fermé"

April 4, 2013
Media Life Magazine
"Study: 1.08 million cord cutters last year"

April 4, 2013
L.A. Biz
"Subscription video dominates kiosk in rental market"

April 3, 2013
Bloomberg
"Media stocks best proving Malone wrong: riskless return"

April 3, 2013
GigaOM
"The number of cord cutters is steadily growing"

April 3, 2013
Mobile Syrup
"New entrants forecasted to have 2.35 million wireless subscribers by the end of 2013"

April 3, 2013
Canada Gazette, Submission of Quebecor Media
"Consultation on Considerations Relating to Transfers, Divisions and Subordinate Licensing of Spectrum Licences"

April 2, 2013
Home Media Magazine
"Report: SVOD tops rental market share in 2013"

April 2, 2013
Bloomberg
"Estimated Pay-TV Cord Cutters Topped 1 Million in 2012"

April 2, 2013
Hollywood Reporter
"US TV viewers continue to cut cable cord"

April 2, 2013
National Post
"Cable companies look to sports fans for salvation as cord-cutting takes hold in Canada"

April 2, 2013
Canadian Press
"PVR has a love affair with Canadians"

April 2, 2013
Globe and Mail
"Online TV gains on traditional providers"

April 2, 2013
Globe and Mail
"Telus hot on BCE's heels"

February 21, 2013
Marketing
"Marketing EastLink's New Mobile Offering"

February 1, 2013
Canadian Business
"Why Netflix won't conquer Canada"

January 30, 2013
NPR
"Competition, high bills, hurt cable companies"

January 15, 2013
Business Insider
"How Intel Plans to Kill the Cable Industry..."

January 10, 2013
Wilmington News Journal
"Movie store works hard for community support"

December 28, 2012
Ottawa Citizen
"Hot-Not: Technology"

December 20, 2012
Canadian Press
"Smartphone users calling less and using their device like a mobile computer"

December 2012
Public Works and Government Services Canada
"Secondary Research into Cell Phones and Telephone Surveys"

November 21, 2012
Globe and Mail
"EastLink readies for mobile launch"

October 27, 2012
The Economist
"The Woes of Netflix"

October 10, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Telus catches the next wave in channel surfing"

October 9, 2012
CNN
"Slingbox releases two new devices for watching TV anywhere"

October 4, 2012
Windsor Star
"Wind Mobile launching Windsor service in November"

October 3, 2012
Scripps Howard News Service
"Cord Cutters"

September 30, 2012
Naples Daily News
"Cutting the cord..."

September 26, 2012
CARTT
"New entrants to capture over 10% of wireless market by 2014, adding more than 1.5 million subs"

September 25, 2012
Canadian Press
"New wireless players have small market share as Canadians like bundled services"

September 25, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Wireless price rise predicted"

September 24, 2012
Variety
"Hulu Plus pacts with WWe"

September 20, 2012
National Post
"Shaw to launch Web video-on-demand service to rival Netflix"

September 15, 2012
CNN
"Twice as much TV? How networks are adapting to the second screen"

September 12, 2012
OMDC
"The Canadian Feature Film Distribution Sector in Review"

August 1, 2012
InformationWeek
"Apple TV gets Hulu plus streaming video"

August 1, 2012
United Hemispheres
"The Game Plan"

August 1, 2012
The Atlantic
"HBO, here are those cord-cutting stats you asked for"

July 30, 2012
The Guardian
"NBC fail shows network's commitment to the last great buggy-whip Olympics"

July 29, 2012
Maine Sunday Telegram
"Your shows, your way"

July 28, 2012
GigaOM
"So far, even the Olympics can't budge our outdated TV models"

July 24, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Despite strong quarter, Rogers faces uphill battle"

July 16, 2012
Arkansas Business
"Cutting the Cable: Pay TV Subscribers Turn to the Internet"

June 5, 2012
Huffington Post
"TV: An Intervention"

May 22, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Redbox to bring movie-rental kiosks to Canada"

May 21, 2012
Canadian Press
"Snail-paced dial-up Internet still a reality for many..."

May 14, 2012
Canadian Press
"Buying small items with smartphones takes another step forward..."

May 9, 2012
Maclean's
"The DVD is hardly dying"

April 25, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Five reasons you should give up TV bills- plus five reasons you shouldn't"

April 24, 2012
Globe and Mail
"As DVD stores fade into the sunset, fringe providers grab center stage"

April 15, 2012
Denver Post
"As spectrum for mobile-phone users nears capacity..."

April 15, 2012
Canadian Press
"Buying From a Box: Kiosks Go Mainstream..."

April 9, 2012
USA Today
"Flood of video streaming options could confound TV watchers"

April 9, 2012
Multichannel News
"Hello? Cable Will Grow Wireline in '12"

April 5, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Rogers' Latest Reality Venture: Canada's Next Broadcast Strategy"

April 4, 2012
Canadian Press
"Canadians talking less, using more data"

April 4, 2012
Investor's Business Daily
"TV Cord-Cutting Pace Rose in 2011: May Slow This Year"

April 4, 2012
DSLReports
"1 Million Pay-TV Users Cut Cord in 2011"

April 4, 2012
CNET
"Netflix, Hulu drive US consumers to cut cable cord"

April 2, 2012
CARTT
"Online ad minutes increase for TV companies, but revenues still negligible, says report"

April 4, 2012
Bloomberg
"Estimated 1 Million Pay-TV Users Cut Cord for Web in 2011"

April 4, 2012
Home Media
"The Vanishing Video Store Rental"

April 4, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Shaw, Xplornet team up to bundle rural delivery"

April 3, 2012
TheWrap
"Cord Cutting is Real...Note Corrected Version"

April 3, 2012
Canadian Business
"Video rental start up Planet DVD launches"

April 2, 2012
CARTT
"Canadians continue to cut phone, TV cords, says report"

April 2, 2012
MobileSyrup
"New carriers estimated to own 6.5% of Canadian wireless subscribers by the end of 2012, report says"

April 2, 2012
paidContent.org
"Over 1 million U.S. TV Subscribers Cut Cord in 2011"

April 2, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Cable companies losing TV subscribers to rival phone companies"

April 2, 2012
Globe and Mail
"More people ditching home phones in favour of wireless"

April 1, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Bell payphone rate hike proposal under fire"

March 27, 2012
Bloomberg
"Clearwire-fueled freebie services threaten AT&T, Verizon"

March 16, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Corus gets a boost from BCE-Astral plan"

February 21, 2012
Vancouver Sun
"Frightened of losing your phone? You're not alone- you're nomophobic"

February 9, 2012
Globe and Mail
"Redbox bringing DVD vending machines to Canada"

January 20, 2012
Winnipeg Free Press
"Cutting the Cable"

December 20, 2011
Canadian Press
"Constant discounts eat at profits and threaten new wireless players: Wind Mobile"

December 16, 2011
Canadian Press
"Rogers closing 40% of video stores"

December 15, 2011
Canadian Press
"Cord cutting could hit 200,000 homes in Canada in 2012 but TV execs not worried"

November 24, 2011
National Post
"Cable exodus held off- for now"

November 21, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Wireless upstart model failing, future grim"

October 21, 2011
Canadian Press
"Consumers get deals all year buying cellphones and holidays just one more season"

October 21, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Rogers faces squeeze as competition heats up"

October 18, 2011
National Post
"Zip.ca to raise prices amid growing costs, competition"

September 24, 2011
Canadian Press
"Consumers expected to have more choice with a-la-carte TV channels"

September 23, 2011
41st PARLIAMENT, 1st SESSION
House of Commons Debates

September 22, 2011
QMI
"Falling wireless prices could spike again: Report"

September 21, 2011
CARTT
"New wireless entrants drive up wireless substitution on way to 12% market share, says report"

September 20, 2011
Canadian Press
"More Canadians getting rid of land line phones for wireless due to lower prices"

September 20, 2011
MobileSyrup
"Report: New Entrants will have 4 million or 12% of Canadian wireless subs by year-end 2014"

September 20, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Increased wireless competition means lower wireless rates in Canada"

August 28, 2011
Canadian Press
"Canadians with cable, satellite won't be affected by switch to digital signals"

August 13, 2011
National Post
"Rebirth of television"

June 9, 2011
Denver Post
"Dropping TV service in favor of watching Web content gains popularity"

June 7, 2011
Maclean's
"Prepare for TV chaos"

June 4, 2011
Globe and Mail
"The (New) Cable Guy"

May 19, 2011
Canadian Press
"Head of Canada's largest theatre chain says digital movie law would protect jobs"

May 19, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Mexican telecom giant America Movil eyeing Canada"

May 17, 2011
Associated Press
"Netflix streaming overtakes web surfing as biggest source of Internet traffic in North America"

May 16, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Pulling the plug on pricey TV bills"

May 15, 2011
Denver Post
"Dish Network has plenty going on as it rebuilds on acquisitions"

May 12, 2011
Canadian Press
"Film fanatics wary of digital future as video stores continue to disappear"

May 5, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Blockbuster Canada pushed into receivership"

April 27, 2011
CNET
"Cutting your cable can work, if you're a TV snob"

April 25, 2011
FCC
"Reply Comments of the Association of Maximum Service Television, Inc, and the National Association Broadcasters"

April 17, 2011
The Patriot Ledger
"Cable, satellite prices continue to rise"

April 7, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle
"1 million homes cut cable, switch to antenna, Web"

April 7, 2011
CARTT
"Canadian broadcasters want to monetize online..."

April 6, 2011
Connected Planet
"TCCG: Fewer couch potatoes may turn away from pay TV"

April 6, 2011
TechCrunch
"Estimate: In Two Years, Streaming Will Be an $800 Million Business for Netflix and Hulu"

April 5, 2011
The Wire Report
"New entrants to capture 16% of the market in 2014: Report"

April 5, 2011
The Wire Report
"Cord cutting to continue in 2011-2012: Report"

April 5, 2011
CARTT
"Cord cutting (phone and TV) to accelerate in Canada says report"

April 5, 2011
Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Netflix spurs Canadian cord cutting"

April 4, 2011
GigaOm
"Cord cutting will slow, but continue to grow"

April 4, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Newest wireless entrants on the attack"

April 4, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Broadcasters eye alternative programming threat"

April 4, 2011
MobileSyrup
"Report: New entrants to capture 16% market share by the end of 2014"

April 4, 2011
Canadian Press
"Google bids $900 million US for Nortel"

April 2, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Telus CEO put to a leadership test"

February 28, 2011
Canada Gazette
"Consultation on a Policy and Technical Framework for the 700 MHz Band and Aspects Related to Commercial Mobile Spectrum"

January 22, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Telcos make frontal assault on cable's TV stranglehold"

January 12, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Netflix confronting Canadian challenges"

January 7, 2011
Globe and Mail
"Shaw's point man on wireless departs"

December 13, 2010
National Post
"Netflix expands Canadian catalogue"

December 6, 2010
TheStreet
"Cable companies adapt to keep cutters"

December 2, 2010
Canadian Press
"Consumers likely to foot bill as telecoms seek content"

December 1, 2010
Canadian Press
"Potential Rogers deal to buy Leafs, Raptors sparks debate over control of sport content"

November 18, 2010
Canadian Press
"Mobile phone discounts and promotions will give consumers some holiday cheer"

November 12, 2010
San Francisco Chronicle
"Cable fears TV viewers will cut the cord"

November 5, 2010
MediaPost
"Can Pay TV Survive The Online Challenge?"

November 2, 2010
Connected Planet
"Video cord-cutting debate reaches fever pitch"

October 2, 2010
National Post
"Get big or get cut new TV mantra"

September 25, 2010
Les Affaires
"Sans-Fil: Le Pari Du Contenu"

September 22, 2010
National Post
"Netflix launches all-you-can eat video service in Canada"

September 22, 2010
National Post
"Bring it on, says Canada's Zip"

September 21, 2010
Calgary Herald
"Wind Mobile making headway in city"

September 21, 2010
Les Affaires
"Sans-fil: recul de 1% de la facture moyenne au Canada"

September 21, 2010
CARTT
"Canadian wireless ARPU to decline while smartphone use explodes: report"

September 20, 2010
Canadian Press
"Consumers get better prices but not all new wireless players expected to survive"

September 20, 2010
MobileSyrup
"Report: New entrants to capture 6.05 million subscribers by year end 2014"

September 20, 2010
Canadian Press
"New wireless need to keep prices low to compete against established companies"

September 20, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Wireless incumbents reach fork in the road with data pricing (Note Corrected Version Online)"

September 19, 2010
Toronto Star
"Is it the end of the line for the landline?"

September 11, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Bell's Big Bet"

September 10, 2010
Canadian Press
"BCE takes another shot at convergence"

September 7, 2010
Canoe
"Cable giant Videotron to launch wireless service Thursday"

September 3, 2010
National Post
"Bell's back up over downloads"

August 31, 2010
The Independent
"Technology giants fight for online movie, TV streaming rights "

August 28, 2010
Globe and Mail
"In telecom, a new battle for Quebec"

August 5, 2010
Maclean's
"The end of channel surfing, thanks to Netflix"

July 24, 2010
National Post
"Is digital killing the local video store?"

July 20, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Netflix to shake up Canadian industry"

July 20, 2010
J-Source
"What's in an anchor?"

July 16, 2010
Canadian Press
"Program to subsidize digital converter boxes for consumers not necessary:CRTC"

July 14, 2010
SmartMoney
"Could you live without your TV?"

July 10, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Low-cost wireless war heats up"

July 5, 2010
National Post
"Price war brewing in Canada's cellphone market"

July 3, 2010
San Francisco Chronicle
"Internet products ready to challenge cable TV"

July 3, 2010
Detroit News
"More viewers turn to Web to watch TV shows when they want, for free"

June 17, 2010
ROB Magazine
"Why the wireless war is good for you"

June 17, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Shaw rolls out Internet video service"

June 16, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Videotron subscribers can now watch TV online"

June 16, 2010
Canoe
"Videotron lance illico web"

June 14, 2010
The Motley Fool
"Disney is getting dangerous"

May 31, 2010
Toronto Star
"Television still master of the media universe"

May 29, 2010
Globe and Mail
"EastLink: The biggest cable company you've probably never heard of"

May 28, 2010
Investors Business Daily
"Enjoy today's free Internet TV because fees will enter the picture"

May 25, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Public Mobile launches cellphone service"

May 24, 2010
Maclean's
"The Content Kings"

May 18, 2010
Globe and Mail
"BCE takes aim at Canada's TV market"

May 13, 2010
SmartMoney
"Will Hulu be the death of TV?"

May 12, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Quebec telecom wars heat up"

May 10, 2010
NPR
"Cutting The Cord..."

May 5, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Shaw deal for CanWest TV assets a content gamble"

May 5, 2010
The Canadian Press
"Global TV viewers could get better US TV shows under Shaw..."

May 2, 2010
National Post
"The big race to bundle clients"

April 27, 2010
National Post
"Mobilicity outsources network management to Ericsson"

April 26, 2010
Investors Business Daily
"In Online Video, The Plot's Shifting to Pay"

April 23, 2010
San Diego Union Tribune
"Some viewers cut cable, move online"

April 20, 2010
Cartt
"New wireless entrants drag ARPU lower on way to 22% market share; bundle battles escalate: Report"

April 19, 2010
Multichannel News
"Tapped Out: How much more will consumers pay for TV?"

April 16, 2010
ConnectedPlanet
"Telcos navigate couch potatoes and cord-cutters"

April 16, 2010
DSLReports
"Sorry Revolutionaries: Internet Video No Threat to Regular TV"

April 15, 2010
Cartt
"On-line ad revenues, viewing will continue modest growth, says report"

April 14, 2010
The Morning Bridge
"800k cord cutters mark changing marketplace"

April 14, 2010
CBS NewsRadio
Report Interview

April 14, 2010
Home Media Magazine
"Report: Video Store Market Share to Fall 12% in 2010"

April 14, 2010
Ars Technica
"Cord cutters grow, but barriers still exist for most"

April 13, 2010
Yahoo News
"Nearly 800,000 US TV households 'cut the cord' report says"

April 13, 2010
MobileSyrup
"Report: New entrants to capture 22% of the market by year end 2014"

April 13, 2010
TechCrunch
"Estimate: 800,000 US Households Abandoned Their TVs for the Web"

April 13, 2010
Hollywood Reporter
"Online ad spending still trails broadcast"

April 13, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Reports of TV's death greatly exaggerated"

April 13, 2010
Globe and Mail
"Wireless Wars"

February 5, 2010
Globe and Mail
"BCE digs in to win customers"

January 23, 2010
Globe and Mail
"What investors should know"

January 12, 2010
Globe and Mail
"We're flocking to smart phones"

December 24, 2009
National Post
"Videotron delays launch of wireless"

December 24, 2009
La Presse
"Sans-fils: 2010..."

December 4, 2009
Video Business
"Analysis: Comcast buy of NBCU largely a digital play"

December 4, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron reaches milestones"

November 13, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"The end of the landline"

November 5, 2009
La Presse
"Telephonie sans fil: les prix poursuivent leur recul"

November 4, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"Big boys gain little"

November 4, 2009
La Presse
"Lendemain de veille amer chez Globalive"

November 3, 2009
CARTT
"Canadian wireless ARPU to slip, says report"

November 2, 2009
National Post
"Globalive's pain is significant gain for rival newcomers, revised study says"

November 2, 2009
Mobilesyrup
"Without Globalive, in 2014 new entrants will have 7.2 million subscribers"

October 31, 2009
Globe and Mail
"CRTC ruling offers incumbents little relief"

September 30, 2009
La Presse
"Telephonie sans fil: le double discours d'une industrie"

September 24, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Globalive's bid for wireless license attacked by rivals"

September 19, 2009
Globe and Mail
"The minnow in the shark tank"

September 14, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Wireless companies brace for upstarts"

September 14, 2009
Bloomberg
"BCE, Rogers may lose wireless customers in Canada"

September 14, 2009
Cartt
"Wireless Future: Data will drive revenue growth, but ARPU will decline, says research"

August 20, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"FreeHD hopes to horn in on digital transition"

August 12, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Cellphone talk isn't cheap"

July 23, 2009
Le Devoir
"Sans-fil: Videotron s'allie a Rogers"

June 27, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"Zip.ca to enter tiny digital video market"

June 19, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Competition raises stakes for Bell, Rogers"

April 22, 2009
Tech Media Reports
"Wireless-only households to double in three years"

April 20, 2009
Tech Media Reports
"Shaw's delay on wireless makes sense"

April 9, 2009
Media Life Magazine
"Don't get too excited over internet TV"

April 8, 2009
Montreal Gazette
"New cellphone players likely to spur price war; Cannibalization: Big carriers gearing up for stiff competition"

April 8, 2009
Marketing
"Online TV accounts for 1.6% of Canadian TV ad spend: Study"

April 7, 2009
Silicon Alley Insider
"TV networks made $1.63B in online advertising last year, up 28%"

April 6, 2009
NewTeeVee
"TV's Web Revenues: $1.63B in 2008"

April 1, 2009
Telephony
"Telcos are shrinking, study says"

March 31, 2009
Telephony
"TV content owners resist less lucrative online ad model"

March 31, 2009
BusinessWeek
"Hulu Attracts Crowds but Not Ads"

March 31, 2009
Video Business
"Kiosks, DVR biggest threats to traditional media revenue"

March 31, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Online TV fuels revenue dilemma"

March 31, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Phone firms lose land lines in favour of wireless"

March 31, 2009
Canadian Press
"Canadians moving away from wireline telephones at an increasing rate"

March 31, 2009
Cartt
"TV sub revenue will grow despite economy, while telephone upheaval continues, says report"

March 25, 2009
Globe and Mail
"Nesting consumers drive up demand for digital cable"

March 14, 2009
Toronto Star
"Online TV blurs the line between channel surfers,Web surfers"

March 6, 2009
Video Business
"Warner, others look to expand digital distribution"

January 15, 2009
Financial Times
"Sense of loss at pioneer's downfall"

December 12, 2008
The New York Times
"As Buyout Fails, Bell Canada Seeks to Bolster a Struggling Business"

November 4, 2008
The Globe and Mail
"Bracing for new rivals, Bell launches rollover plan"

October 23, 2008
Montreal Gazette
"Quebecor to spend $1 billion on wireless"

October 23, 2008
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor Media bets big on mobile phones"

October 20, 2008
The Globe and Mail
"BCE boss hit the ground running"

October 8, 2008
Ottawa Citizen
"Hello, desperation calling"

September 25, 2008
Canadian Press
"Quebecor could delay wireless launch until 2010 to ensure proper service"

September 22, 2008
Calgary Herald
"Globalive CEO asks cellphone users what they want"

September 19, 2008
National Post
"Cellphone users flood Web site asking what they want"

September 18, 2008
Hollywood Reporter
"Shaw, Videotron snap up wireless market"

September 18, 2008
Canadian Press
"Wireless entrants to grab share"

September 18, 2008
Network World
"New wireless entrants will easily eat into consumer markets of Bell, Rogers and Telus: Report"

September 17, 2008
The Globe and Mail
"New wireless firms will be game changing"

September 17, 2008
Montreal Gazette
"He asked and he received"

September 17, 2008
CARTT
"Wireless newcomers to capture nearly a quarter of the market by 2015, says report"

September 17, 2008
Le Devoir
"Videotron va prendre 30% du marche sans-fil, selon une etude"

September 5, 2008
Houston Chronicle
"Now appearing, DVD dispensers"

August 26, 2008
Video Business
"NCR to make DVD kiosks for TNR/Moviecube"

August 23, 2008
Montreal Gazette
"Bell begins high-speed cable initiative"

August 4, 2008
Video Business
"Blockbuster, NCR to make DVD-vending machine"

August 3, 2008
Kansas City Star
"How to find the best triple-play package"

July 17, 2008
Video Business
"DVD-trading kiosks expand..."

July 1, 2008
Video Business
"Redbox delays IPO prospectus"

June 13, 2008
Video Business
"DVDPlay's Piper brings retail mindset"

June 10, 2008
Globe and Mail
"Two entrants hold firm in wireless license sale"

June 3, 2008
InformationWeek
"In Crowded Field, Web Video Provider Veoh Grabs New Funding"

June 3, 2008
Video Business
"DVDPlay names Piper president, COO"

May 21, 2008
Video Business
"MOD Systems joins DEG trade group"

May 16, 2008
Hollywood Reporter
"Cable companies move into superior content delivery"

May 16, 2008
National Post
"CRTC to probe digital media in public hearings"

May 9, 2008
Madison.com
"TV networks urged not to rush to web"

May 4, 2008
TVWeek
"ABC's Digital Video Pitch"

May 2, 2008
Los Angeles Times
"Apple's iTunes to sell movies on the day of their DVD release"

April 30, 2008
Peter Grant, McCarthy Tétrault
"Canadian Cultural Product and the Long Tail: The New Economics of Production and Distribution in Canada"

April 27, 2008
TV Week
"CBS pitching sticky videos"

April 21, 2008
Los Angeles Times
"Sony to launch online video service for PlayStation 3"

April 21, 2008
TVWeek
"Fox sweetens the digital pot"

April 16, 2008
Video Business
"DVDPlay starts kiosk movie-rental promotion"

April 15, 2008
InformationWeek
"Bubble days for online video"

April 14, 2008
CNet
"NAB: Will DVRs thwart the rise of online TV shows?"

April 13, 2008
TVWeek
"At NBC, Digital Rollout Begins"

April 13, 2008
Multichannel News
"No reason to bail on TV spots: study"

April 9, 2008
Media in Canada
"CMDC conference: The Digital Reality"

April 9, 2008
Investors Business Daily/CNN
"Comcast moves into faster lane..."

April 9, 2008
Infopresse
"Trois questions sur la Web tele"

April 9, 2008
Ottawa Citizen
"Cable watchers likely to take a walk rather than pay for carriage"

April 8, 2008
Media Life
"Looking at online TV with a cooler eye"

April 7, 2008
CARTT
"About a quarter of Canadians will have cable phone by year's end: Report"

April 7, 2008
CARTT
"Bypassing the traditional media outlets for online is "an economic dead end"

April 4, 2008
Video Business
"Store Rentals Down by 2010: Mail, Kiosk, Downloads to Rise"

April 4, 2008
Telephony
"Study: Online won't replace traditional TV anytime soon"

April 4, 2008
BroadbandReports.com
"TelcoTV, Broadband Film Rentals Don't Scare Cable (Yet)"

April 4, 2008
Los Angeles Times
"ITunes records a sales milestone"

April 4, 2008
La Presse
"Telephonie: l'exode vers les cablos prend de la vitesse"

April 3, 2008
Wired
"Report: DVRs to Stunt Premium Web Video's Growth"

April 3, 2008
Silicon Alley Insider
"Study: 9% of TV Viewers Also Warch Online"

April 3, 2008
Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Online broadcasting not yet threat to TV"

April 2, 2008
Globe and Mail
"Networks see little profit in online broadcasting"

March 29, 2008
Globe and Mail
"Vonage's New Mantra"

February 11, 2008
Canadian Press/Globe and Mail
"Man arrested for using prince's ID on Facebook"

November 2, 2007
Madison.com
"TV Buffet?"

November, 2007
Broadcast Dialogue
"TV adding platforms- no fear of being replaced"

October 26, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Bell postpones launch of land-line TV service"

October 15, 2007
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape: Comcast's triple play still kicking"

October 3 and 4, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"Canadian fans give HDTV's debut the first star, Note Correction on HD Numbers"

July 13, 2007
La Presse
"Telephonie sans fil: Bell devra prendre la pole position"

July 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Teachers faces big task..."

July 2, 2007
New York Times
"The Winding Road to a Giant Deal to Sell Bell Canada"

June 23, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Happily ever after, or horror flick?"

June 15, 2007
Light Reading
"Tracking the Couch Potato Wars"

June 4, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On the Web, TV's been a bottom line blip"

May 21, 2007
Globe and Mail
"How MTS hopes to stave off a takeover"

May 8, 2007
Marketplace
"Putting a word from our sponsor on demand"

May 8, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"ABC, Cox Bar Ad Skipping in Video On Demand"

May 1, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada phone regulator grants price flexibility..."

April 30, 2007
Bloomberg
"Verizon profit drops..."

April 30, 2007
Playback
"Business model not yet there for online TV"

April 29, 2007
Times-Tribune
"Slipped Disc"

April 23, 2007
TelevisionWeek
"VOD users tune in..."

April 13, 2007
Bloomberg
"Shaw says profit gains 74 percent, raises dividend..."

April 11, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"BCE shares rocket on rumours..."

April 9, 2007
Telephony
"Cable bundles leaving telcos in the cold"

April 5, 2007
BroadcastEngineering
"Minimal movie and Tv download revenue predicted"

April 5, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada relaxes local telephone rules..."

April 4, 2007
Ottawa Citizen
"Revenge of the Cable Nerds"

April 3, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Web TV won't challenge b'cast for some time"

April 3, 2007
Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, StarPhoenix
"Telephone companies will keep losing clients to cable providers"

April 3, 2007
Bloomberg
"Corus Reports Second-Quarter..."

April 2, 2007
BroadbandReports
"Of Couch Potatoes and Broadband"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Broadband access not necessarily a vote for Web TV"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Clients seen switching between telcos, cable"

March 31, 2007
Globe and Mail
"BCE's land-line upgrade gets backseat in spending"

March 30, 2007
Het Financieele Dagblad
"Televisie op internet nog lange weg te gaan"

March 30, 2007
Pressetext
"Videoportale fur TV-Sender keine sprudelnden Geldquellen"

March 30, 2007
Telecom Update
"Couch Potatoes Exposed"

March 29, 2007
Rocky Mountain News
"Profit pool shallow from Internet video, report predicts"

March 29, 2007
Guardian Unlimited
"Web video revenue revelation"

March 29, 2007
Telephony
"Analyst predicts cable move away from the dvr"

March 28, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"Internet Video Still Faces Big Revenue Challenges"

March 27, 2007
Video Business
"Movie, TV Download Revenue To Stay Small"

March 27, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada Phone Regulator..."

March 4, 2007
Baltimore Sun
"In Demand"

February 19, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On March 14, take your number and run"

February 17, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Telus drawing more power from its wireless operations"

February 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Verizon's big gamble comes down to the wire"

January 7, 2007
Chicago Tribune
"Perfect storm raining gains on cable industry"

December 28, 2006
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape"

December 19, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Comcast On Demand matches DVD releases"

December 14, 2006
Bloomberg
"Telus reduces 2006 forecast..."

December 13, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"BCE dumps income trust plan"

December 13, 2006
Globe and Mail
"When brutally competitive means more profitable than ever"

December 12, 2006
La Presse
"Telecommunications: les experts divises"

December 9, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"DirecTV stake my tie to broadband"

November 23, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canadian Agency Eases Rules on Phone Pricing..."

November 15, 2006
Bloomberg
"Bernier gives BCE, Telus freedom on web-phone prices"

October 31, 2006
Bloomberg
"Rogers Third-Quarter Profit Triples; Cable Revenue Advances"

October 27, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw's phone service makes inroads on rivals"

October 20, 2006
Investor's Business Daily
"Dialing Elsewhere for Dollars"

October 11, 2006
Bloomberg
"BCE plans to convert to a trust to reduce taxes"

October 2, 2006
Mediacaster & Broadcaster
"Canadians to Spend $3B on Broadband"

October 2, 2006
Multichannel News
"Cable Phone Share Grows"

October 2, 2006
TelevisionWeek
"MySpace Looks to TV Content"

September 29, 2006
Telecom Update
"Couch Potato Report Updated"

September 29, 2006
Hollywood Reporter
"Canada cablers have edge..."

September 29, 2006
Montreal Gazette, Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Winn. Free Press
"Phone companies get call to spend on tech...report"

September 28, 2006
The Wall Street Journal
"As Internet TV Gains Popularity, Cable Firms Bulk Up Offerings"

September 28, 2006
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to have 12% of phone market by end of 2006: study"

September 28, 2006
Broadband Reports
"North American Couch Potato Report"

September 28, 2006
xchange Magazine
"Convergence Consulting Group Reports on Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

September 28, 2006
Cable Digital News
"Big Cable Voip Gains Seen at Telco Expense"

September 28, 2006
CARTT
"Cablecos and telcos to grab bigger share of each other's market"

September 28, 2006
Light Reading
"Cable Voip Gains at Telco Expense"

September 26, 2006
CED
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Cable bundles a big triumph"

September 26, 2006
Multichannel News
"Study Sees Cable Widening Gains"

September 26, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Dow Jones/CNN
"Study: Cable Cos Seen Poaching Mkt Share From Phone Cos"

September 9, 2006
IP Business
"Voice, cable modems to drive Comcast growth"

September 9, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Telus feels the need for speed"

August 30, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast to add 410 jobs"

August 1, 2006
The Hollywood Reporter
"Mixing media"

July 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Bell unveils faster Internet service in competitive Quebec"

June 30, 2006
Bloomberg
"Shaw Communications Third-Quarter Profit Quadruples"

June 2, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Echostar's growth slows"

May 19, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast sets Baltimore, D.C. phone service"

May 19, 2006
La Presse
"Adieu, telephone maison!"

May 15, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Cable maintains lead..."

May 3, 2006
Dow Jones/CNNMoney
"Cable Operators Q1 Results Show Power of Service Bundles"

April, 2006
ScreenPlays
"Cable's Moment of Truth"

April 12, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron raises stakes in telephone wars"

April 10, 2006
Multichannel News
"Why Cable Needs Some Seizures"

April 7, 2006
Globe and Mail
"CRTC sets tough guidelines to deregulate the telecom industry"

April 7, 2006
La Presse
"Telephonie: Bell et Telus attendront"

April 7, 2006
Le Devoir
"Telephonie residentielle- Le CRTC fixe a 25% le seuil de concurrence"

April 6, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canada to shed phone rules when companies boost sales"

April 6, 2006
La Presse
"Annonces du CRTC sur la telephonie"

April 5, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Verizon most poised to challenge cable"

April 3, 2006
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining subscribers"

April 3, 2006
Cartt
"Cable taking voice subs faster than telcos can take video, says report"

April 3, 2006
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

March 31, 2006
CED
"Cable to ring up 22% of voice market by YE2009"

March 31, 2006
Angus TeleManagement
"Cablecos may take 27% of home phones"

March 28, 2006
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: New Report"

March 27, 2006
Broadband Reports
"Cable Vs Telco"

March 27, 2006
The Capital Times
"Big Phone Gains Seen for Cable"

March 24, 2006
CableFax
"New Report"

March 3, 2006
Telecom Update
"Data market shows steady growth"

February 10, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Rogers to focus on keeping customers"

January 31, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Bell's Createch Group expanding nationally"

January 21, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV sur IP..."

January 20, 2006
Boston Globe
"Verizon enters cable picture"

January 18, 2006
Le Devoir
"Vers une annee charniere en telephonie locale?"

January 14, 2006
CanWest News Service
"Bell gears up for IPTV debut"

January 12, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw, Telus take up battle positions"

January 12, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV s'invite sur Internet et dans les sans-fil"

January 9, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Phone giant maps out its visual future"

January 6, 2006
La Presse
"Videotron cause un suprise (Note Correction on our Telephone Forecast)"

January 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Videotron customers connect with VOIP"

January 6, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron's numbers dazzle"

December 27, 2005
Baltimore Sun
"The great convergence"

December 27, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Cable firms ready for competition in telephone arena"

December 16, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to make more gains at telcos' expense in 2006"

December 16, 2005
Bloomberg
"BCE Agrees to Sell Stake in CGI for C$859 Million"

December 15, 2005
Cartt
"With HD, are towers a thing of the past?"

December, 2005
Florida Trend
"Battle of the Bundles"

December 12, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Telco David Takes on Goliaths"

December 8, 2005
La Presse
"Pourquoi BCE recule la ou Quebecor avance"

December 5, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Delays in Microsoft IPTV Debut Alarming"

November 21, 2005
Canadian Business
"Wired Woes"

November 7, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VoIP battle heats up"

November 1, 2005
Investor's Business Daily
"Verizon Boosts Fiber-Optic Lines As It Embraces TV"

October 29, 2005
Montreal Gazette
"Phone Fight"

October 27, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies showing mixed results as they roll out Internet phone services"

October 24, 2005
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

October 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shhhh- just don't call it the V word"

October 17, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers accuses Bell of lobbying for rule changes to stifle competition"

October 13, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms gain traction"

October 11, 2005
Telco Media News
"Couch Potato Report Eyes Cable Phone, Telco TV"

October 11, 2005
SkyReport
"Report: Slower growth for DBS, fewer loses for Cable"

October 10, 2005
Telephony
"Intelligence from the broadband economy"

October 9, 2005
Lowell Sun
"Convergence makes rivals out of cable and telecoms"

October 8, 2005
La Presse
"La Mutation De Bell"

October 8, 2005
Globe & Mail
"The battle for your home phone"

October 6, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Ottawa eyes easing rules for telcos"

October 5, 2005
Bloomberg
"Canada May Ease Telecom Rules, Minister Emerson Says (Note Corrected Version)"

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Report says cable companies to get 16% of phone service..."

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers Communications boosts 2005 subscriber estimates amid wireless growth"

October 3, 2005
Cartt
"Canadian MSOs to have 16% of telco subs- but telcos to have just 4% of TV subs, predicts report"

October 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell, Telus face erosion in market share (note correction)"

October 1, 2005
Les Affaires
"Le gars du cable"

September 30, 2005
Telecom Update
"Report sees phone gains for cablecos"

September 29, 2005
Associated Press
"Broadband use soaring in U.S."

September 29, 2005
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos seen taking market share from phone cos-Report"

September 28, 2005
Telephony
"Bell's triple-plays don't threaten cable's dominance"

September 28, 2005
BusinessWeek
"Verizon's Muddy TV Picture"

September 26, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Heat Rises in digital cable TV rivalry"

September 21, 2005
La Presse
"Une alliance avec Rogers"

September 15, 2005
Dow Jones Newswires
"Cable, Phone Cos Introduce Super High-Speed Internet Services"

September 12, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VOD Battle"

September 9, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell plays cath-up on VOIP"

September 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Executive shakeup aimed at bolstering wireless"

August 25, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Cable Companies Are Offering Free Services To Avoid Price Cuts"

August 10, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Videotron swoops in on Bell in Quebec"

August 9, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Telecoms divided over wait for Microsoft"

August 4, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Sabia comment spurs talk of asset sales"

July, 2005
Broadcast Dialogue
"The Movie Network Expands its Broadcast Technology Services"

June 30, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Rogers bravely entering a new world of telephony"

June 17, 2005
Globe and Mail
"CHUM decries CRTC satellite radio ruling"

June 13, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Broadcast ruling expected to create static"

June 3, 2005
Hamilton Spectator
"They're talking up Internet phones"

June 2, 2005
Kansas City Star
"SBC drops price of high speed Internet access"

May 26, 2005
Ottawa Citizen
"When telcos and cablecos collide"

May 13, 2005
La Presse
"Telephonie IP: la balle est aux cablos"

May 13, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Rival for Rogers' Call-Net bid seen unlikely"

May 12, 2005
The Capital Times
"Phone, internet, cable...triple play"

May 12, 2005
Cartt
"If you're going to go VOIP, do it now"

May 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"MCI resists lure of cash and picks stability"

May 2, 2005
Globe and Mail
"High-definition TV a bit fuzzy, poll finds"

April 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"As VoIP comes of age, Vonage sets up a call centre in Canada"

April 18, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"IPTV Offers Telcos a Way to Get in on Video Delivery"

April 11, 2005
Business Edge
"Phone convergence game reaching zenith"

April 11, 2005
Telephony
"Cable/Telco Battleground Shifting"

April 10, 2005
Kansas City Star
"Telecom menu only gets longer"

April 9, 2005
The Hamilton Spectator
"Combo Saves a Bundle..."

April 9, 2005
Les Affaires
"Videotron et Cogeco pourraient offrir la telephonie sans fil"

April 8, 2005
Cablecaster
"The Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

April 4, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Picture brighter for cable companies in 2005, report says"

April 1, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Report- Cablecos to get 11% of homes phones"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Viewers Get Sold on Video on Demand"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Correction: Bell Canada's VOIP product for consumers is priced at a discount of $13 or more to its traditional phone service..."

March 31, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Bell keeps pace with VOIP rivals in Quebec"

March 31, 2005
Hollywood Reporter
"Cablers Meet With Eye on Competition"

March 31, 2005
Les Affaires
"Apres la video, voila la publicite sur demande"

March 30, 2005
Cable Fax Daily
"Competition"

March 29, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Satellite TV Sign-Ups May Slow"

March 28, 2005
Dow Jones
"Satellite TV Sign Ups Seen Slowing in 2005-Report"

March 28, 2005
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: Couch Potato Report"

March 24, 2005
Telephony
"Report: Telcos falling behind cable in broadband sales"

March 10, 2005
Dow Jones
"Convergence: A household service goes corporate"

March 7, 2005
CableWorld
"The Telcos Are Coming..."

March 1, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shaw plans to roll out cellphone service"

March, 2005
Report on Business
"Ted Tomorrow"

March 1, 2005
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet access market to grow by 5% this year and next, new report indicates"

February 28, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending holding steady"

February 25, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Datacom Market Up 5%"

February 21, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Cogeco Names VOIP Partners"

February 15, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Calgary gets first call on Shaw's Internet phone service"

February 14, 2005
Telephony
"DSL Video: Here Today, Tommorow, Next Year?"

February 14, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable taking lead in race for telecom trinity"

February 11, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC drafting road map for local deregulation"

February 2, 2005
Dow Jones
"Shopping by remote control is finally here"

January 27, 2005
La Presse
"Les cablodistributeurs menacent Bell et Telus"

January 25, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Videotron takes the lead in residential VoIP service"

January 24, 2005
Canadian Press
"Videotron cable TV announces local telephone service to compete with Bell"

January, 2005
Biz New Orleans
"Special Report: Telecommunications"

January 18, 2005
Canadian Press
"Bell Canada to boost community investment 40% to $26 million by 2007"

January 11, 2005
Light Reading
"Comcast's VOIP Feature Creature"

January 8, 2005
Les Affaires
"Une excellente annee en perspective pour les technos"

January 5, 2005
Canadian Press
"Shaw Cablesystems picks Nortel for broadband multimedia infrastructure"

December 18, 2004
Canadian Press
"Phone and cable companies to invade each other's turf in 2005"

December 16, 2004
La Presse
"Pas d'autre coupe d'emplois d'ici deux ans, dit le president de BCE"

December 7, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, EastLink mobile phone deal expected to raise the ante"

December 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"HDTV's future getting into focus"

December 4, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Wireless teams up with EastLink in Maritimes"

December 1, 2004
National Post
"Telco-cable entanglement"

November 10, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Cablevision's Loss Narrows With Strength in Advertising"

November 9, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cablevision 3Q Aided By Subscriber Gains"

November 8, 2004
Broadcasting & Cable
"A Fight on Earth and Up in the Sky"

November 6, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Digital radio hopefuls sweeten the pot at CRTC"

November 3, 2004
Canadian Press
"PVRs allow couch potatoes to make better use of their time"

November 2, 2004
Cablecaster
"Copper is dead, says Verizon"

November 2, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Ottawa urged to appeal satellite signal ruling"

October 21, 2004
Cablecaster
"Bundle battle lines being redrawn"

October 13, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside The Box: Cable Still Leading Despite DSL and Satellite Gains"

October 12, 2004
Angus Telecom Update
"Couch Report Released"

October 11, 2004
CableFax
"It's the Bundle Baby"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Intelligence for the Broadband Economy"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Canadian Telcos Pave Road to Telco TV"

October 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Mr. Rogers walks the high wire in telecom's Big Top"

October 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Net tech to help Canada cablers"

October 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining more telephone subscribers"

October 4, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Bye, Bye Blues"

October 4, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable will quickly add voice customers, says report"

October 1, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos Will Hold Lead Over Satellite- Report"

September 30, 2004
CED
"Report: Domestic cable to hold on to digital TV, high-speed lead"

September 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"ExpressVu rejigging TV channel locations"

September 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC should regulate VOIP, lobby group says"

September 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers outbids Telus with $1.4-billion Microcell deal"

September 21, 2004
Toronto Star
"Rogers fetches Fido for $1.4 billion"

September 20, 2004
Financial Times
"Rogers agrees C$1.4bn bid for Microcell"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Telcos Shift Broadband Focus To Target Increasing Speed"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Industry Queasy About '04 Rebound"

August 12, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cox Communications Raises Broadband Internet Speeds"

July 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Videotron to launch VoIP in 2005"

July 14, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers-Yahoo team up for new high-speed Internet package"

June, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable VOIP: Predicting Success"

June 21, 2004
La Presse
"Telus devra faire plus pour ravir Microcell"

June 19, 2004
Les Affaires
"Le cable pour sa vitesse, le telephone pour son contenu"

June 10, 2004
The New York Times
"Bell Canada seeks to offer cable TV on its wires"

June 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell seeks cable TV carrier status"

June 7, 2004
Telephony
"Covad's quiet authority"

June 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Speed rules on information highway"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Comcast Puts Numbers on VOIP Rollout"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Net2Phone Secures Liberty as Managed VOIP Customer"

May 27, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada expanding in West with 360net deal"

May 17, 2004
CableWorld
"Can cable bring DBS back down to earth?"

May 12, 2004
Hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
"Telecommunications Policy Review: A View From Industry"

May 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cinram gambles on DVD"

May, 2004
Telephony
"RBOCs gird for broadband battleground"

April 29, 2004
Cablecaster
"Comcast commitments will speed N.A. VoIP deployment"

April 29, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Battling the Cable Guy: Small phone companies lead in offering TV service over copper lines"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"SlipStream's slick software speeds service"

April 21, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside the box: Cable dreams do come true"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers posts loss, blames weak dollar"

April 13, 2004
Financial Times
"The media business learns a new song"

April 12, 2004
The New York Times
"Cable Is King, but DSL Gains"

April 9, 2004
SkyReport
"Digital cable topping satellite TV"

April 8, 2004
Dow Jones
"Quietly, DirecTV And BellSouth Start Bundling Services"

April 7, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Broadband bulletin"

April 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Canada cable tops in digital"

April 6, 2004
SanomaWSOY
"Rogers and Shaw to offer cable service bundles"

April 6, 2004
CNN Money
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 6, 2004
Telephony
"Study: RBOC video bundles priced too high"

April 5, 2004
Dow Jones
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 5, 2004
Telecom Update
"Couch potato report available"

April 5, 2004
Cablecaster
"Telephony will help cable keep its edge, says report"

April 5, 2004
DSLReports.com
"Cable stays in command"

April 5, 2004
Broadband Reports
"Canadian cable companies score hatrick"

April 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom triple threat the 'revenge of cable'"

March/April 2004
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet Access Market Hit $6.7 Billion Mark In '03: Report"

March 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Leaner 360net rises from ashes"

March 16, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Rogers gear up for Internet battle"

March 1, 2004
Cabling Networking Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet access market hit $6.7 billion mark last year, report finds"

March 1, 2004
Telecom Update
"Growth of data access market slows"

March 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Net access spending growth seen slow"

February 17, 2004
Report for Congress
"Bundling Residential Telephone, Internet and Video Sevices: Issues for Congress"

February 13, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms take different paths: Rogers, Comcast"

February 12, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence on a comeback: Comcast"

February 11, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Juniper gains on deal"

February 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"High-techs, telecoms sideswiped"

January 21, 2004
The New York Times
"Yahoo makes deal with Rogers Cable"

January 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, Yahoo form Net partnership"

January 20, 2004
MSN.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

January 20, 2004
CNET News.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

December 30, 2003
IGN.com
"The Canadian console wars"

December 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Video console makers battle it out"

December 27, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Junk e-mail keeps clogging inboxes"

December 10, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers doubles Internet speed"

December 9, 2003
Cablecaster
"Rogers lifts web speeds"

November 27, 2003
The National Post
"Dial-up on steroids"

November 20, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed plan unveiled"

November 13, 2003
The Ottawa Citizen
"Waiting for the next big thing"

November 2, 2003
Silicon Investor
"Stocktalk"

October 13, 2003
Broadcaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell working with Microsoft to develop Internet TV service"

October 9, 2003
The National Post
"Convergence is no longer a dirty word"

October 6, 2003
Cablecaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 4, 2003
CBC Radio
"Online optics: Digital cable"

September 30, 2003
The Hollywood Reporter
"Study: Pricing, bundling giving cablers edge in N. America"

September 30, 2003
ROBTV
"Convergence survey: Brahm Eiley, President, The Convergence Consulting Group Ltd."

September 29, 2003
Broadband Reports
"Bundle mania"

September 29, 2003
Telecom Update
"Report studies couch potato market"

September 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom bundling seen luring customers"

September 26, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Dell's new ware to battle TV, music industries at Christmas"

July 22, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"AOL aims to broaden service"

July 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Still a challenge to make money from Net, researcher says"

June 18, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firm faces uncertain future"

June 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada, Microsoft Web sites click together"

May 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sales pace slows for Web site services"

May 5, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian host market to grow by 23%"

April 28, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Major changes expected in cable, telecom"

April 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Deadline looms for BCE decision on CGI stake"

April, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"News Briefs"

April, 2003
National Post Business
"Case Study: Rogers Communications"

March 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers boosts stake in Cogeco Cable"

March 5, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"New study reveals data/Internet access market declined in '02, but still enjoyed double-digit growth"

March 3, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian Data/Internet growth strong in 2002"

March 3, 2003
Telecom Update
"Data market expansion slows"

March 3, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rise seen in data, Internet spending"

February 24, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"CGI head focuses on global gains"

February 8, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers anoints son co-CEO of cable unit"

February 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sympatico.ca returning to Bell"

February 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Tory's exit from Rogers opens door for Ted's son"

January 30, 2003
The National Post
"Sympatico a critical BCE weapon"

January 30, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"BCE posts modest sales, share profit rise after gains, charges"

January 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Star Choice future at Shaw in doubt"

January 15, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Profit reports boost Cogeco's stock prices"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Image of Internet pioneer could improve in time"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cogeco's profit rises 26% as it adds customers"

December 31, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos to Launch TV Services"

December 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"BCE cutting costs, staff, focusing on Bell Canada"

December 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Hydro firms invade telco sector"

November 3, 2002
Fun Box
"Canadians are ready for Xbox Live"

November 1, 2002
Canada Computes
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
Total Gamer
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
GG8.com
"Xbox Canada announces special partnership with Bell, Rogers, and TELUS"

October 30, 2002
Monitor Today
"Leading Canadian broadband providers are ready for Microsoft's Xbox live online game service"

October 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Shaw puts focus on free cash flow"

October 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Cable and telco butt heads in Halifax"

October, 2002
Direct Marketing News
"Home Internet spending nearly doubles last year"

September 30, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Growth in Net accounts expected to slow"

September 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Digital channel picture looking grim"

August 7, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Investors keep pulling the plug on Shaw"

July 1, 2002
HomeBizNews
"Phenomenal growth forecasted for Web hosting industry"

June 25, 2002
Webhosters Magazine
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year in Canada"

June 24, 2002
The National Post
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year"

June 24, 2002
Telecom Update
"Hosting market grows 65%"

June 14, 2002
The Web Host Industry Review
"Convergence releases Canadian Hosting Market report"

June 14, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada blasts telecom rivals"

May 13, 2002
Canadian Business
"On the hook"

April 15, 2002
Homebiznews
"High-speed access to jump"

March/April, 2002
Cabling Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet market poised for growth"

March 14, 2002
MultiMediator's BitStream
"Canadian data market continues to grow"

March 6, 2002
The National Post
"High-speed Net usage hits 51%"

March 4, 2002
Telecom Update
"Canadian data market grows 17%"

March 4, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending expected to rise"

February 12, 2002
The Toronto Star
"Q9 Networks to buy Canadian Exodus assets"

January 28, 2002
Strategy Magazine
"Targetted ads driven by viewer profiling poised to invade"

January 22, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Nokia to raise status stakes with posh platinum cellphone"

January 14, 2002
Canadian Business
"Outlook 2002: Telecommunications"

January 8, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers' Net growth beats expectations"

January 5, 2002
Les Affaires
"Plus de rigueur financière dans les télécoms"

December 28, 2001
R.O.B. Magazine
"Beautiful Loner"

December 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T deal seen pushing cable companies into alliances"

December 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers seen transmitting strong signal despite woe"

December 1, 2001
The Hamilton Spectator
"CRTC mulls Hamilton TV bid"

December 2001
DataCenterHub.com
"Q9 Networks Inc. - Serving up Canada; One City at a Time"

November 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers cautioned to expect Net flak"

November 19, 2001
The National Post
"Dial-up access isn't dead yet"

November 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Harry Potter success tests convergence"

November 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers sticks with At Home partner"

November 8, 2001
The National Post
"Cable battles shaping up with AT&T's future in question"

November 1, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web business wounded retailer Sams: observers"

October 17, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE unveils convergence products"

October 8, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell readies its assault against cable companies"

October, 2001
CA.TopHosts.COM
"Two new IDCs for WorldCom Canada"

October 1, 2001
Canadian Business
"Servers with a smile"

September 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Battle heats up for Ontario TV licences"

September 25, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian ISPs augment offerings with hosting, high-speed access"

September 25, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Net firm to lay off half staff"

September 24, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Internet expansion slows down, report says"

September 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Satellite leads cable in digital TV: report"

August 31, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe again reins in plans, expenses"

August 22, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Ailing 360networks hopes to sell huge carrier hotel"

August 18, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel: More than just a phone maker"

August 9, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Primus expands Toronto data center, adds customer premise equipment space"

August 9, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell ExpressVu to market recorder"

August 7, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Talent drain stalks Quebecor"

August 3, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence a financial challenge"

August 1, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

August 1, 2001
Canoe
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

July 26, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web hosts open doors"

July 4, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T boosts stake in Rogers Wireless"

June 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE chief calls AT&T assertions sour grapes"

June 20, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Rogers tests new interactive service"

June 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel stock tumbles to lowest since '98"

June 13, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Deal positions wireless for bundling"

June 7, 2001
The National Post
"Online ads far from dead"

June 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Telus snaps up PSINet unit"

June 2, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Telus bids to acquire PSINet unit"

May 7, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Will Canada see Net prices soar like in U.S.?"

April 30, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nothing sells like customer service"

April 26, 2001
CBC Radio
"Radio One"

April 24, 2001
Silicon Valley NORTH
"Boom, Bust .... what�s next?"

April 23, 2001
Marketing Magazine
"The evolving world of Internet service providers"

April 12, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell eyes high-speed data lines to homes"

March/April, 2001
Cabling Systems
"Report forecasts growth in Data/Internet market"

March 22, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Close encounters of a media kind"

March 21, 2001
Canadian Press
"PsiNet woes signal trouble ahead for Internet service providers"

March 21, 2001
ROBTV
"On the Money"

March 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"PsiNet crisis seen as first in shakeout"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Music industry's mistaken foe"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bird Satellite ruffles Telesat feathers"

March 5, 2001
The National Post
"99 bottles of beer..."

February 25, 2001
Canoe
"High-speed heartbreak"

February 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC: To thine own self be true"

February 17, 2001
La Presse
"La confiance envers les dirigeants de Nortel..."

February 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Media cool to owning pro teams"

February 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest yanks ads from Sun; could also shun Star"

January 25, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell to enter interactive television race"

January 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Time Warner draws raves"

January 16, 2001
The Toronto Star
"AOL to enter high-speed Internet market"

January 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Thomson close deal, forming Bell Globemedia"

January 6, 2001
The National Post
"Digital hopefuls weave around Bell, Rogers"

December 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Turf war sees cable's big fish gulp small fry"

December 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"Le marraiage BCE-CTV accueilli avec sobriete"

December 4, 2000
Macleans
"The cell in your future"

November 23, 2000
The Toronto Star
"724 Solutions snags wireless technology company"

November 23, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor moves quickly..."

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Free ISPs grab marketing partners"

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Online for the holidays"

November 20, 2000
Marketing Magazine
"Fast Company"

November 17, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers shifts fight for internet customers from desk to couch"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Portals grapple for wireless real estate"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Internet portals put on branding push"

October 30, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The fight to rule Toronto on-line"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"New high-speed options for the high-rise"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"In today's world, the key thing is how fast you can go"

October 19, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The Internet's second wave may be a harder sell"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Cable, telephone ISPs face high-speed upstarts"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Futureway lays down last mile"

October 8, 2000
The National Post
"No limits: Need for high-speed service drives Internet access competitors"

October 6, 2000
CBC Radio 1, The Business Network
"Online Optics"

October 6, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Telecommuting: Is it Working?"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting ready for takeoff"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Web set to surge"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The cost of free Internet access"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Torstar needn't rush to convergence"

October 2, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Converging customers left out of the picture"

October 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Fast Web access to dominate by 2002"

September 27, 2000
The Montreal Gazette
"Short term results found disappointing"

September 27, 2000
Canadian Press
"Computer sales spree slowing"

September 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Woldwide tech spending slowing, PsiNet CEO says"

September/October 2000
Global Wireless
"North American competition intensifies with continued consolidation"

September 21, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers looks to strengthen media unit"

September 18, 2000
Canadian Business
"Dial M for moolah"

September 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"'A true gem,' Monty says"

September 16, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Ma Bell is suddenly new media"

September 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"En s'alliant aux Thomson,..."

September 15, 2000
ROBTV
The Bottom Line With Michael Vaughn

September 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Post-Videotron, analysts wonder: Whither Rogers?"

September 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Peladeau Newest Media King"

September 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Content Key to Monty's Plan"

September 12, 2000
La Presse
"Cogeco dans la ligne de mire de Ted Rogers"

September 12, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE-Thomson talks scrutinized"

September 4, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Wireless Connection"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Brand issues arise from Telus deal"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless the next big ad opp"

August 21, 2000
Canadian Business
"Izzy's next move"

August 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"FMcanada.com plays the Net"

August 15, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Juri Koor cooking up another company"

August 14, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Reversal Of Fate: The Establishment man is diminished in Canada's largest-ever media takeover "

August 12, 2000
Les Affaires
"Astral,TVA et CHUM au coeur de la convergence"

August 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Analysts snub Quebecor's Videotron bid"

August 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor raises the stakes"

August 10, 2000
The Standard
"Quebecor Shows Videotron The Money"

August 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC seeks media consensus"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE must target local markets"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest shopping bag still has room in it"

August 1, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Asper builds his dream empire"

August 1, 2000
The National Post
"Ball is now in Quebecor's court"

August 2000
Communications and Networking
"Remote access picks up speed"

July 28, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Napster lovers unfazed by ruling"

July 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Virtuecast pust 'edgy' spin on business news"

July 20, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"On-line video erases tape"

July 19, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Pair get fibre-optic deals"

July 17, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless providers on their marks"

July 7, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"NetZero invades Canada with free Net access"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Popular free Internet service coming in fall"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Stream partners with utility"

July 7, 2000
Bloomberg News
"NetZero to offer free Web services in Canada"

July 4, 2000
The National Post
"Office may end up like dinosaur: Unified Messaging"

July 3, 2000
Strategy
"NetZero enters Canada"

June 24, 2000
Canadian Business
"Telecommunications"

June 19, 2000
The National Post
"Start-ups aim to grab Bell Clients"

June 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Call-Net shares soar on talk of sale to 360networks"

June 13, 2000
The National Post
"Most mobile-phone users will link to the Internet, study says"

June 6, 2000
IT Monthly
"Start ups aim to grab Bell clients"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Expos tune into Webcasting - and the next big trend"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"OCI to change name to Axxent"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Who's Who Among the Upstarts"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Marketing"

May 15, 2000
Canadian Business
"Calls of the wild: How do two guys from North Bay come up with a billion-dollar telecom scheme? At a curling rink, of course."

May 8, 2000
Strategy
"Webcasting Could Upset Media Apple Cart"

May 2, 2000
Montreal Gazette
"Webcasting may shake up Net"

May 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting to shake up Internet, study says"

May 1, 2000
Toronto Star
"Where Trappers' Skins meet Fibre Optics"

Spring, 2000
Ryerson Review of Journalism
"Paddling into cyberspace"

April 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Gatekeepers battle for control of New Economy"

April 21, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Wireless hookups take root"

April 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Telus grabs QuébecTel stake"

March 29, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Group Telecom rising star in race to offer rival telecom services: study"

March 27, 2000
Strategy
"Canuck firm wades into TV Web stream"

February 28, 2000
The Globe and Mail
Giant's Bid to Dial into CTV Tied to Sympatico"

February 27, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE Seeks CTV Content Sizzle"

February 25, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"CTI buys Hartco unit"

February 21, 2000
Canadian Business Magazine
"Internet or Bust"

February 16, 2000
The Toronto Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 16, 2000
The Edmonton Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Get your heads out of the snow"

February 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Non-competition pact may force Rogers to sell Videotron assets"

February 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"No survey is better than a flawed survey"

February 9, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Web surfing on TV?"

February 3, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE stakes its claim"

January 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE units will need independence, analysts say"

January 24, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Internet provider AOL plans to take over Time Warner"

January 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Merger mates have eyes on each other's assets"

January 4, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Y2K experts are flushed with pride"

December 23, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"GT to buy Shaw's telecom unit"

December 6, 1999
Dow Jones News Service
"Bell Cda, Upstarts Face Hurdles Pursuing Business Mkts"

December 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada Launches high-speed Internet access trial"

December, 1999
Broadcaster
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001"

November 26, 1999
Canadian Business
"The Cinderella service provider"

November 12, 1999
The Toronto Star
"Troubled Sympatico will test Engel"

November 5, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Canada falls behind online"

October 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Third-quarter revenue reflects Internet successes of Bell Canada, BCE Emergis units"

October 25, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001, study says"

October 14, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers merge clicks and bricks"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Bell poised to take control of Sympatico"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe's second downgrade sinks stock"

September 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE Emergis sells TotalNet to PsiNet"

September 24, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Activate.net goes live"

September 20, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"C1 fires first shots in battle with Bell Canada"

September 17, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada, Regional Cablesystems sign Internet deal"

August 7, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor buys BCE's Canoe stake"

August 6, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom mergers expected to increase"

July 15, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE to mull deal with AOL"

July 9, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Motorola, Sun ink US$-billion wireless deal"

June 4, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Convergence craze dawns on computer industry"

May 31, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos need bigger Internet push: study"

February 19, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Rogers goes all the way with Amway"

February 2, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Cantel going door-to-door with Amway"

December 15, 1998
The Globe and Mail
"AlphaNet burned cash, not wires" November 2, 2007
Madison.com
"TV Buffet?"

November, 2007
Broadcast Dialogue
"TV adding platforms- no fear of being replaced"

October 26, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Bell postpones launch of land-line TV service"

October 15, 2007
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape: Comcast's triple play still kicking"

October 3 and 4, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"Canadian fans give HDTV's debut the first star, Note Correction on HD Numbers"

July 13, 2007
La Presse
"Telephonie sans fil: Bell devra prendre la pole position"

July 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Teachers faces big task..."

July 2, 2007
New York Times
"The Winding Road to a Giant Deal to Sell Bell Canada"

June 23, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Happily ever after, or horror flick?"

June 15, 2007
Light Reading
"Tracking the Couch Potato Wars"

June 4, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On the Web, TV's been a bottom line blip"

May 21, 2007
Globe and Mail
"How MTS hopes to stave off a takeover"

May 8, 2007
Marketplace
"Putting a word from our sponsor on demand"

May 8, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"ABC, Cox Bar Ad Skipping in Video On Demand"

May 1, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada phone regulator grants price flexibility..."

April 30, 2007
Bloomberg
"Verizon profit drops..."

April 30, 2007
Playback
"Business model not yet there for online TV"

April 29, 2007
Times-Tribune
"Slipped Disc"

April 23, 2007
TelevisionWeek
"VOD users tune in..."

April 13, 2007
Bloomberg
"Shaw says profit gains 74 percent, raises dividend..."

April 11, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"BCE shares rocket on rumours..."

April 9, 2007
Telephony
"Cable bundles leaving telcos in the cold"

April 5, 2007
BroadcastEngineering
"Minimal movie and Tv download revenue predicted"

April 5, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada relaxes local telephone rules..."

April 4, 2007
Ottawa Citizen
"Revenge of the Cable Nerds"

April 3, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Web TV won't challenge b'cast for some time"

April 3, 2007
Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, StarPhoenix
"Telephone companies will keep losing clients to cable providers"

April 3, 2007
Bloomberg
"Corus Reports Second-Quarter..."

April 2, 2007
BroadbandReports
"Of Couch Potatoes and Broadband"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Broadband access not necessarily a vote for Web TV"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Clients seen switching between telcos, cable"

March 31, 2007
Globe and Mail
"BCE's land-line upgrade gets backseat in spending"

March 30, 2007
Het Financieele Dagblad
"Televisie op internet nog lange weg te gaan"

March 30, 2007
Pressetext
"Videoportale fur TV-Sender keine sprudelnden Geldquellen"

March 30, 2007
Telecom Update
"Couch Potatoes Exposed"

March 29, 2007
Rocky Mountain News
"Profit pool shallow from Internet video, report predicts"

March 29, 2007
Guardian Unlimited
"Web video revenue revelation"

March 29, 2007
Telephony
"Analyst predicts cable move away from the dvr"

March 28, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"Internet Video Still Faces Big Revenue Challenges"

March 27, 2007
Video Business
"Movie, TV Download Revenue To Stay Small"

March 27, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada Phone Regulator..."

March 4, 2007
Baltimore Sun
"In Demand"

February 19, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On March 14, take your number and run"

February 17, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Telus drawing more power from its wireless operations"

February 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Verizon's big gamble comes down to the wire"

January 7, 2007
Chicago Tribune
"Perfect storm raining gains on cable industry"

December 28, 2006
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape"

December 19, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Comcast On Demand matches DVD releases"

December 14, 2006
Bloomberg
"Telus reduces 2006 forecast..."

December 13, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"BCE dumps income trust plan"

December 13, 2006
Globe and Mail
"When brutally competitive means more profitable than ever"

December 12, 2006
La Presse
"Telecommunications: les experts divises"

December 9, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"DirecTV stake my tie to broadband"

November 23, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canadian Agency Eases Rules on Phone Pricing..."

November 15, 2006
Bloomberg
"Bernier gives BCE, Telus freedom on web-phone prices"

October 31, 2006
Bloomberg
"Rogers Third-Quarter Profit Triples; Cable Revenue Advances"

October 27, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw's phone service makes inroads on rivals"

October 20, 2006
Investor's Business Daily
"Dialing Elsewhere for Dollars"

October 11, 2006
Bloomberg
"BCE plans to convert to a trust to reduce taxes"

October 2, 2006
Mediacaster & Broadcaster
"Canadians to Spend $3B on Broadband"

October 2, 2006
Multichannel News
"Cable Phone Share Grows"

October 2, 2006
TelevisionWeek
"MySpace Looks to TV Content"

September 29, 2006
Telecom Update
"Couch Potato Report Updated"

September 29, 2006
Hollywood Reporter
"Canada cablers have edge..."

September 29, 2006
Montreal Gazette, Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Winn. Free Press
"Phone companies get call to spend on tech...report"

September 28, 2006
The Wall Street Journal
"As Internet TV Gains Popularity, Cable Firms Bulk Up Offerings"

September 28, 2006
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to have 12% of phone market by end of 2006: study"

September 28, 2006
Broadband Reports
"North American Couch Potato Report"

September 28, 2006
xchange Magazine
"Convergence Consulting Group Reports on Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

September 28, 2006
Cable Digital News
"Big Cable Voip Gains Seen at Telco Expense"

September 28, 2006
CARTT
"Cablecos and telcos to grab bigger share of each other's market"

September 28, 2006
Light Reading
"Cable Voip Gains at Telco Expense"

September 26, 2006
CED
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Cable bundles a big triumph"

September 26, 2006
Multichannel News
"Study Sees Cable Widening Gains"

September 26, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Dow Jones/CNN
"Study: Cable Cos Seen Poaching Mkt Share From Phone Cos"

September 9, 2006
IP Business
"Voice, cable modems to drive Comcast growth"

September 9, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Telus feels the need for speed"

August 30, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast to add 410 jobs"

August 1, 2006
The Hollywood Reporter
"Mixing media"

July 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Bell unveils faster Internet service in competitive Quebec"

June 30, 2006
Bloomberg
"Shaw Communications Third-Quarter Profit Quadruples"

June 2, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Echostar's growth slows"

May 19, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast sets Baltimore, D.C. phone service"

May 19, 2006
La Presse
"Adieu, telephone maison!"

May 15, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Cable maintains lead..."

May 3, 2006
Dow Jones/CNNMoney
"Cable Operators Q1 Results Show Power of Service Bundles"

April, 2006
ScreenPlays
"Cable's Moment of Truth"

April 12, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron raises stakes in telephone wars"

April 10, 2006
Multichannel News
"Why Cable Needs Some Seizures"

April 7, 2006
Globe and Mail
"CRTC sets tough guidelines to deregulate the telecom industry"

April 7, 2006
La Presse
"Telephonie: Bell et Telus attendront"

April 7, 2006
Le Devoir
"Telephonie residentielle- Le CRTC fixe a 25% le seuil de concurrence"

April 6, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canada to shed phone rules when companies boost sales"

April 6, 2006
La Presse
"Annonces du CRTC sur la telephonie"

April 5, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Verizon most poised to challenge cable"

April 3, 2006
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining subscribers"

April 3, 2006
Cartt
"Cable taking voice subs faster than telcos can take video, says report"

April 3, 2006
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

March 31, 2006
CED
"Cable to ring up 22% of voice market by YE2009"

March 31, 2006
Angus TeleManagement
"Cablecos may take 27% of home phones"

March 28, 2006
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: New Report"

March 27, 2006
Broadband Reports
"Cable Vs Telco"

March 27, 2006
The Capital Times
"Big Phone Gains Seen for Cable"

March 24, 2006
CableFax
"New Report"

March 3, 2006
Telecom Update
"Data market shows steady growth"

February 10, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Rogers to focus on keeping customers"

January 31, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Bell's Createch Group expanding nationally"

January 21, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV sur IP..."

January 20, 2006
Boston Globe
"Verizon enters cable picture"

January 18, 2006
Le Devoir
"Vers une annee charniere en telephonie locale?"

January 14, 2006
CanWest News Service
"Bell gears up for IPTV debut"

January 12, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw, Telus take up battle positions"

January 12, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV s'invite sur Internet et dans les sans-fil"

January 9, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Phone giant maps out its visual future"

January 6, 2006
La Presse
"Videotron cause un suprise (Note Correction on our Telephone Forecast)"

January 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Videotron customers connect with VOIP"

January 6, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron's numbers dazzle"

December 27, 2005
Baltimore Sun
"The great convergence"

December 27, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Cable firms ready for competition in telephone arena"

December 16, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to make more gains at telcos' expense in 2006"

December 16, 2005
Bloomberg
"BCE Agrees to Sell Stake in CGI for C$859 Million"

December 15, 2005
Cartt
"With HD, are towers a thing of the past?"

December, 2005
Florida Trend
"Battle of the Bundles"

December 12, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Telco David Takes on Goliaths"

December 8, 2005
La Presse
"Pourquoi BCE recule la ou Quebecor avance"

December 5, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Delays in Microsoft IPTV Debut Alarming"

November 21, 2005
Canadian Business
"Wired Woes"

November 7, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VoIP battle heats up"

November 1, 2005
Investor's Business Daily
"Verizon Boosts Fiber-Optic Lines As It Embraces TV"

October 29, 2005
Montreal Gazette
"Phone Fight"

October 27, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies showing mixed results as they roll out Internet phone services"

October 24, 2005
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

October 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shhhh- just don't call it the V word"

October 17, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers accuses Bell of lobbying for rule changes to stifle competition"

October 13, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms gain traction"

October 11, 2005
Telco Media News
"Couch Potato Report Eyes Cable Phone, Telco TV"

October 11, 2005
SkyReport
"Report: Slower growth for DBS, fewer loses for Cable"

October 10, 2005
Telephony
"Intelligence from the broadband economy"

October 9, 2005
Lowell Sun
"Convergence makes rivals out of cable and telecoms"

October 8, 2005
La Presse
"La Mutation De Bell"

October 8, 2005
Globe & Mail
"The battle for your home phone"

October 6, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Ottawa eyes easing rules for telcos"

October 5, 2005
Bloomberg
"Canada May Ease Telecom Rules, Minister Emerson Says (Note Corrected Version)"

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Report says cable companies to get 16% of phone service..."

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers Communications boosts 2005 subscriber estimates amid wireless growth"

October 3, 2005
Cartt
"Canadian MSOs to have 16% of telco subs- but telcos to have just 4% of TV subs, predicts report"

October 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell, Telus face erosion in market share (note correction)"

October 1, 2005
Les Affaires
"Le gars du cable"

September 30, 2005
Telecom Update
"Report sees phone gains for cablecos"

September 29, 2005
Associated Press
"Broadband use soaring in U.S."

September 29, 2005
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos seen taking market share from phone cos-Report"

September 28, 2005
Telephony
"Bell's triple-plays don't threaten cable's dominance"

September 28, 2005
BusinessWeek
"Verizon's Muddy TV Picture"

September 26, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Heat Rises in digital cable TV rivalry"

September 21, 2005
La Presse
"Une alliance avec Rogers"

September 15, 2005
Dow Jones Newswires
"Cable, Phone Cos Introduce Super High-Speed Internet Services"

September 12, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VOD Battle"

September 9, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell plays cath-up on VOIP"

September 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Executive shakeup aimed at bolstering wireless"

August 25, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Cable Companies Are Offering Free Services To Avoid Price Cuts"

August 10, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Videotron swoops in on Bell in Quebec"

August 9, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Telecoms divided over wait for Microsoft"

August 4, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Sabia comment spurs talk of asset sales"

July, 2005
Broadcast Dialogue
"The Movie Network Expands its Broadcast Technology Services"

June 30, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Rogers bravely entering a new world of telephony"

June 17, 2005
Globe and Mail
"CHUM decries CRTC satellite radio ruling"

June 13, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Broadcast ruling expected to create static"

June 3, 2005
Hamilton Spectator
"They're talking up Internet phones"

June 2, 2005
Kansas City Star
"SBC drops price of high speed Internet access"

May 26, 2005
Ottawa Citizen
"When telcos and cablecos collide"

May 13, 2005
La Presse
"Telephonie IP: la balle est aux cablos"

May 13, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Rival for Rogers' Call-Net bid seen unlikely"

May 12, 2005
The Capital Times
"Phone, internet, cable...triple play"

May 12, 2005
Cartt
"If you're going to go VOIP, do it now"

May 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"MCI resists lure of cash and picks stability"

May 2, 2005
Globe and Mail
"High-definition TV a bit fuzzy, poll finds"

April 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"As VoIP comes of age, Vonage sets up a call centre in Canada"

April 18, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"IPTV Offers Telcos a Way to Get in on Video Delivery"

April 11, 2005
Business Edge
"Phone convergence game reaching zenith"

April 11, 2005
Telephony
"Cable/Telco Battleground Shifting"

April 10, 2005
Kansas City Star
"Telecom menu only gets longer"

April 9, 2005
The Hamilton Spectator
"Combo Saves a Bundle..."

April 9, 2005
Les Affaires
"Videotron et Cogeco pourraient offrir la telephonie sans fil"

April 8, 2005
Cablecaster
"The Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

April 4, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Picture brighter for cable companies in 2005, report says"

April 1, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Report- Cablecos to get 11% of homes phones"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Viewers Get Sold on Video on Demand"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Correction: Bell Canada's VOIP product for consumers is priced at a discount of $13 or more to its traditional phone service..."

March 31, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Bell keeps pace with VOIP rivals in Quebec"

March 31, 2005
Hollywood Reporter
"Cablers Meet With Eye on Competition"

March 31, 2005
Les Affaires
"Apres la video, voila la publicite sur demande"

March 30, 2005
Cable Fax Daily
"Competition"

March 29, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Satellite TV Sign-Ups May Slow"

March 28, 2005
Dow Jones
"Satellite TV Sign Ups Seen Slowing in 2005-Report"

March 28, 2005
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: Couch Potato Report"

March 24, 2005
Telephony
"Report: Telcos falling behind cable in broadband sales"

March 10, 2005
Dow Jones
"Convergence: A household service goes corporate"

March 7, 2005
CableWorld
"The Telcos Are Coming..."

March 1, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shaw plans to roll out cellphone service"

March, 2005
Report on Business
"Ted Tomorrow"

March 1, 2005
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet access market to grow by 5% this year and next, new report indicates"

February 28, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending holding steady"

February 25, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Datacom Market Up 5%"

February 21, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Cogeco Names VOIP Partners"

February 15, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Calgary gets first call on Shaw's Internet phone service"

February 14, 2005
Telephony
"DSL Video: Here Today, Tommorow, Next Year?"

February 14, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable taking lead in race for telecom trinity"

February 11, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC drafting road map for local deregulation"

February 2, 2005
Dow Jones
"Shopping by remote control is finally here"

January 27, 2005
La Presse
"Les cablodistributeurs menacent Bell et Telus"

January 25, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Videotron takes the lead in residential VoIP service"

January 24, 2005
Canadian Press
"Videotron cable TV announces local telephone service to compete with Bell"

January, 2005
Biz New Orleans
"Special Report: Telecommunications"

January 18, 2005
Canadian Press
"Bell Canada to boost community investment 40% to $26 million by 2007"

January 11, 2005
Light Reading
"Comcast's VOIP Feature Creature"

January 8, 2005
Les Affaires
"Une excellente annee en perspective pour les technos"

January 5, 2005
Canadian Press
"Shaw Cablesystems picks Nortel for broadband multimedia infrastructure"

December 18, 2004
Canadian Press
"Phone and cable companies to invade each other's turf in 2005"

December 16, 2004
La Presse
"Pas d'autre coupe d'emplois d'ici deux ans, dit le president de BCE"

December 7, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, EastLink mobile phone deal expected to raise the ante"

December 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"HDTV's future getting into focus"

December 4, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Wireless teams up with EastLink in Maritimes"

December 1, 2004
National Post
"Telco-cable entanglement"

November 10, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Cablevision's Loss Narrows With Strength in Advertising"

November 9, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cablevision 3Q Aided By Subscriber Gains"

November 8, 2004
Broadcasting & Cable
"A Fight on Earth and Up in the Sky"

November 6, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Digital radio hopefuls sweeten the pot at CRTC"

November 3, 2004
Canadian Press
"PVRs allow couch potatoes to make better use of their time"

November 2, 2004
Cablecaster
"Copper is dead, says Verizon"

November 2, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Ottawa urged to appeal satellite signal ruling"

October 21, 2004
Cablecaster
"Bundle battle lines being redrawn"

October 13, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside The Box: Cable Still Leading Despite DSL and Satellite Gains"

October 12, 2004
Angus Telecom Update
"Couch Report Released"

October 11, 2004
CableFax
"It's the Bundle Baby"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Intelligence for the Broadband Economy"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Canadian Telcos Pave Road to Telco TV"

October 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Mr. Rogers walks the high wire in telecom's Big Top"

October 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Net tech to help Canada cablers"

October 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining more telephone subscribers"

October 4, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Bye, Bye Blues"

October 4, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable will quickly add voice customers, says report"

October 1, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos Will Hold Lead Over Satellite- Report"

September 30, 2004
CED
"Report: Domestic cable to hold on to digital TV, high-speed lead"

September 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"ExpressVu rejigging TV channel locations"

September 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC should regulate VOIP, lobby group says"

September 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers outbids Telus with $1.4-billion Microcell deal"

September 21, 2004
Toronto Star
"Rogers fetches Fido for $1.4 billion"

September 20, 2004
Financial Times
"Rogers agrees C$1.4bn bid for Microcell"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Telcos Shift Broadband Focus To Target Increasing Speed"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Industry Queasy About '04 Rebound"

August 12, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cox Communications Raises Broadband Internet Speeds"

July 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Videotron to launch VoIP in 2005"

July 14, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers-Yahoo team up for new high-speed Internet package"

June, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable VOIP: Predicting Success"

June 21, 2004
La Presse
"Telus devra faire plus pour ravir Microcell"

June 19, 2004
Les Affaires
"Le cable pour sa vitesse, le telephone pour son contenu"

June 10, 2004
The New York Times
"Bell Canada seeks to offer cable TV on its wires"

June 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell seeks cable TV carrier status"

June 7, 2004
Telephony
"Covad's quiet authority"

June 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Speed rules on information highway"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Comcast Puts Numbers on VOIP Rollout"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Net2Phone Secures Liberty as Managed VOIP Customer"

May 27, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada expanding in West with 360net deal"

May 17, 2004
CableWorld
"Can cable bring DBS back down to earth?"

May 12, 2004
Hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
"Telecommunications Policy Review: A View From Industry"

May 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cinram gambles on DVD"

May, 2004
Telephony
"RBOCs gird for broadband battleground"

April 29, 2004
Cablecaster
"Comcast commitments will speed N.A. VoIP deployment"

April 29, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Battling the Cable Guy: Small phone companies lead in offering TV service over copper lines"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"SlipStream's slick software speeds service"

April 21, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside the box: Cable dreams do come true"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers posts loss, blames weak dollar"

April 13, 2004
Financial Times
"The media business learns a new song"

April 12, 2004
The New York Times
"Cable Is King, but DSL Gains"

April 9, 2004
SkyReport
"Digital cable topping satellite TV"

April 8, 2004
Dow Jones
"Quietly, DirecTV And BellSouth Start Bundling Services"

April 7, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Broadband bulletin"

April 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Canada cable tops in digital"

April 6, 2004
SanomaWSOY
"Rogers and Shaw to offer cable service bundles"

April 6, 2004
CNN Money
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 6, 2004
Telephony
"Study: RBOC video bundles priced too high"

April 5, 2004
Dow Jones
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 5, 2004
Telecom Update
"Couch potato report available"

April 5, 2004
Cablecaster
"Telephony will help cable keep its edge, says report"

April 5, 2004
DSLReports.com
"Cable stays in command"

April 5, 2004
Broadband Reports
"Canadian cable companies score hatrick"

April 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom triple threat the 'revenge of cable'"

March/April 2004
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet Access Market Hit $6.7 Billion Mark In '03: Report"

March 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Leaner 360net rises from ashes"

March 16, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Rogers gear up for Internet battle"

March 1, 2004
Cabling Networking Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet access market hit $6.7 billion mark last year, report finds"

March 1, 2004
Telecom Update
"Growth of data access market slows"

March 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Net access spending growth seen slow"

February 17, 2004
Report for Congress
"Bundling Residential Telephone, Internet and Video Sevices: Issues for Congress"

February 13, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms take different paths: Rogers, Comcast"

February 12, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence on a comeback: Comcast"

February 11, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Juniper gains on deal"

February 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"High-techs, telecoms sideswiped"

January 21, 2004
The New York Times
"Yahoo makes deal with Rogers Cable"

January 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, Yahoo form Net partnership"

January 20, 2004
MSN.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

January 20, 2004
CNET News.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

December 30, 2003
IGN.com
"The Canadian console wars"

December 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Video console makers battle it out"

December 27, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Junk e-mail keeps clogging inboxes"

December 10, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers doubles Internet speed"

December 9, 2003
Cablecaster
"Rogers lifts web speeds"

November 27, 2003
The National Post
"Dial-up on steroids"

November 20, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed plan unveiled"

November 13, 2003
The Ottawa Citizen
"Waiting for the next big thing"

November 2, 2003
Silicon Investor
"Stocktalk"

October 13, 2003
Broadcaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell working with Microsoft to develop Internet TV service"

October 9, 2003
The National Post
"Convergence is no longer a dirty word"

October 6, 2003
Cablecaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 4, 2003
CBC Radio
"Online optics: Digital cable"

September 30, 2003
The Hollywood Reporter
"Study: Pricing, bundling giving cablers edge in N. America"

September 30, 2003
ROBTV
"Convergence survey: Brahm Eiley, President, The Convergence Consulting Group Ltd."

September 29, 2003
Broadband Reports
"Bundle mania"

September 29, 2003
Telecom Update
"Report studies couch potato market"

September 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom bundling seen luring customers"

September 26, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Dell's new ware to battle TV, music industries at Christmas"

July 22, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"AOL aims to broaden service"

July 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Still a challenge to make money from Net, researcher says"

June 18, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firm faces uncertain future"

June 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada, Microsoft Web sites click together"

May 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sales pace slows for Web site services"

May 5, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian host market to grow by 23%"

April 28, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Major changes expected in cable, telecom"

April 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Deadline looms for BCE decision on CGI stake"

April, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"News Briefs"

April, 2003
National Post Business
"Case Study: Rogers Communications"

March 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers boosts stake in Cogeco Cable"

March 5, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"New study reveals data/Internet access market declined in '02, but still enjoyed double-digit growth"

March 3, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian Data/Internet growth strong in 2002"

March 3, 2003
Telecom Update
"Data market expansion slows"

March 3, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rise seen in data, Internet spending"

February 24, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"CGI head focuses on global gains"

February 8, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers anoints son co-CEO of cable unit"

February 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sympatico.ca returning to Bell"

February 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Tory's exit from Rogers opens door for Ted's son"

January 30, 2003
The National Post
"Sympatico a critical BCE weapon"

January 30, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"BCE posts modest sales, share profit rise after gains, charges"

January 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Star Choice future at Shaw in doubt"

January 15, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Profit reports boost Cogeco's stock prices"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Image of Internet pioneer could improve in time"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cogeco's profit rises 26% as it adds customers"

December 31, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos to Launch TV Services"

December 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"BCE cutting costs, staff, focusing on Bell Canada"

December 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Hydro firms invade telco sector"

November 3, 2002
Fun Box
"Canadians are ready for Xbox Live"

November 1, 2002
Canada Computes
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
Total Gamer
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
GG8.com
"Xbox Canada announces special partnership with Bell, Rogers, and TELUS"

October 30, 2002
Monitor Today
"Leading Canadian broadband providers are ready for Microsoft's Xbox live online game service"

October 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Shaw puts focus on free cash flow"

October 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Cable and telco butt heads in Halifax"

October, 2002
Direct Marketing News
"Home Internet spending nearly doubles last year"

September 30, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Growth in Net accounts expected to slow"

September 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Digital channel picture looking grim"

August 7, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Investors keep pulling the plug on Shaw"

July 1, 2002
HomeBizNews
"Phenomenal growth forecasted for Web hosting industry"

June 25, 2002
Webhosters Magazine
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year in Canada"

June 24, 2002
The National Post
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year"

June 24, 2002
Telecom Update
"Hosting market grows 65%"

June 14, 2002
The Web Host Industry Review
"Convergence releases Canadian Hosting Market report"

June 14, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada blasts telecom rivals"

May 13, 2002
Canadian Business
"On the hook"

April 15, 2002
Homebiznews
"High-speed access to jump"

March/April, 2002
Cabling Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet market poised for growth"

March 14, 2002
MultiMediator's BitStream
"Canadian data market continues to grow"

March 6, 2002
The National Post
"High-speed Net usage hits 51%"

March 4, 2002
Telecom Update
"Canadian data market grows 17%"

March 4, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending expected to rise"

February 12, 2002
The Toronto Star
"Q9 Networks to buy Canadian Exodus assets"

January 28, 2002
Strategy Magazine
"Targetted ads driven by viewer profiling poised to invade"

January 22, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Nokia to raise status stakes with posh platinum cellphone"

January 14, 2002
Canadian Business
"Outlook 2002: Telecommunications"

January 8, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers' Net growth beats expectations"

January 5, 2002
Les Affaires
"Plus de rigueur financière dans les télécoms"

December 28, 2001
R.O.B. Magazine
"Beautiful Loner"

December 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T deal seen pushing cable companies into alliances"

December 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers seen transmitting strong signal despite woe"

December 1, 2001
The Hamilton Spectator
"CRTC mulls Hamilton TV bid"

December 2001
DataCenterHub.com
"Q9 Networks Inc. - Serving up Canada; One City at a Time"

November 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers cautioned to expect Net flak"

November 19, 2001
The National Post
"Dial-up access isn't dead yet"

November 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Harry Potter success tests convergence"

November 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers sticks with At Home partner"

November 8, 2001
The National Post
"Cable battles shaping up with AT&T's future in question"

November 1, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web business wounded retailer Sams: observers"

October 17, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE unveils convergence products"

October 8, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell readies its assault against cable companies"

October, 2001
CA.TopHosts.COM
"Two new IDCs for WorldCom Canada"

October 1, 2001
Canadian Business
"Servers with a smile"

September 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Battle heats up for Ontario TV licences"

September 25, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian ISPs augment offerings with hosting, high-speed access"

September 25, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Net firm to lay off half staff"

September 24, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Internet expansion slows down, report says"

September 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Satellite leads cable in digital TV: report"

August 31, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe again reins in plans, expenses"

August 22, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Ailing 360networks hopes to sell huge carrier hotel"

August 18, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel: More than just a phone maker"

August 9, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Primus expands Toronto data center, adds customer premise equipment space"

August 9, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell ExpressVu to market recorder"

August 7, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Talent drain stalks Quebecor"

August 3, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence a financial challenge"

August 1, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

August 1, 2001
Canoe
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

July 26, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web hosts open doors"

July 4, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T boosts stake in Rogers Wireless"

June 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE chief calls AT&T assertions sour grapes"

June 20, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Rogers tests new interactive service"

June 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel stock tumbles to lowest since '98"

June 13, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Deal positions wireless for bundling"

June 7, 2001
The National Post
"Online ads far from dead"

June 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Telus snaps up PSINet unit"

June 2, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Telus bids to acquire PSINet unit"

May 7, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Will Canada see Net prices soar like in U.S.?"

April 30, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nothing sells like customer service"

April 26, 2001
CBC Radio
"Radio One"

April 24, 2001
Silicon Valley NORTH
"Boom, Bust .... what�s next?"

April 23, 2001
Marketing Magazine
"The evolving world of Internet service providers"

April 12, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell eyes high-speed data lines to homes"

March/April, 2001
Cabling Systems
"Report forecasts growth in Data/Internet market"

March 22, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Close encounters of a media kind"

March 21, 2001
Canadian Press
"PsiNet woes signal trouble ahead for Internet service providers"

March 21, 2001
ROBTV
"On the Money"

March 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"PsiNet crisis seen as first in shakeout"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Music industry's mistaken foe"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bird Satellite ruffles Telesat feathers"

March 5, 2001
The National Post
"99 bottles of beer..."

February 25, 2001
Canoe
"High-speed heartbreak"

February 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC: To thine own self be true"

February 17, 2001
La Presse
"La confiance envers les dirigeants de Nortel..."

February 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Media cool to owning pro teams"

February 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest yanks ads from Sun; could also shun Star"

January 25, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell to enter interactive television race"

January 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Time Warner draws raves"

January 16, 2001
The Toronto Star
"AOL to enter high-speed Internet market"

January 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Thomson close deal, forming Bell Globemedia"

January 6, 2001
The National Post
"Digital hopefuls weave around Bell, Rogers"

December 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Turf war sees cable's big fish gulp small fry"

December 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"Le marraiage BCE-CTV accueilli avec sobriete"

December 4, 2000
Macleans
"The cell in your future"

November 23, 2000
The Toronto Star
"724 Solutions snags wireless technology company"

November 23, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor moves quickly..."

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Free ISPs grab marketing partners"

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Online for the holidays"

November 20, 2000
Marketing Magazine
"Fast Company"

November 17, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers shifts fight for internet customers from desk to couch"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Portals grapple for wireless real estate"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Internet portals put on branding push"

October 30, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The fight to rule Toronto on-line"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"New high-speed options for the high-rise"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"In today's world, the key thing is how fast you can go"

October 19, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The Internet's second wave may be a harder sell"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Cable, telephone ISPs face high-speed upstarts"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Futureway lays down last mile"

October 8, 2000
The National Post
"No limits: Need for high-speed service drives Internet access competitors"

October 6, 2000
CBC Radio 1, The Business Network
"Online Optics"

October 6, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Telecommuting: Is it Working?"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting ready for takeoff"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Web set to surge"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The cost of free Internet access"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Torstar needn't rush to convergence"

October 2, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Converging customers left out of the picture"

October 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Fast Web access to dominate by 2002"

September 27, 2000
The Montreal Gazette
"Short term results found disappointing"

September 27, 2000
Canadian Press
"Computer sales spree slowing"

September 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Woldwide tech spending slowing, PsiNet CEO says"

September/October 2000
Global Wireless
"North American competition intensifies with continued consolidation"

September 21, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers looks to strengthen media unit"

September 18, 2000
Canadian Business
"Dial M for moolah"

September 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"'A true gem,' Monty says"

September 16, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Ma Bell is suddenly new media"

September 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"En s'alliant aux Thomson,..."

September 15, 2000
ROBTV
The Bottom Line With Michael Vaughn

September 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Post-Videotron, analysts wonder: Whither Rogers?"

September 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Peladeau Newest Media King"

September 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Content Key to Monty's Plan"

September 12, 2000
La Presse
"Cogeco dans la ligne de mire de Ted Rogers"

September 12, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE-Thomson talks scrutinized"

September 4, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Wireless Connection"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Brand issues arise from Telus deal"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless the next big ad opp"

August 21, 2000
Canadian Business
"Izzy's next move"

August 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"FMcanada.com plays the Net"

August 15, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Juri Koor cooking up another company"

August 14, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Reversal Of Fate: The Establishment man is diminished in Canada's largest-ever media takeover "

August 12, 2000
Les Affaires
"Astral,TVA et CHUM au coeur de la convergence"

August 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Analysts snub Quebecor's Videotron bid"

August 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor raises the stakes"

August 10, 2000
The Standard
"Quebecor Shows Videotron The Money"

August 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC seeks media consensus"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE must target local markets"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest shopping bag still has room in it"

August 1, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Asper builds his dream empire"

August 1, 2000
The National Post
"Ball is now in Quebecor's court"

August 2000
Communications and Networking
"Remote access picks up speed"

July 28, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Napster lovers unfazed by ruling"

July 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Virtuecast pust 'edgy' spin on business news"

July 20, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"On-line video erases tape"

July 19, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Pair get fibre-optic deals"

July 17, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless providers on their marks"

July 7, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"NetZero invades Canada with free Net access"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Popular free Internet service coming in fall"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Stream partners with utility"

July 7, 2000
Bloomberg News
"NetZero to offer free Web services in Canada"

July 4, 2000
The National Post
"Office may end up like dinosaur: Unified Messaging"

July 3, 2000
Strategy
"NetZero enters Canada"

June 24, 2000
Canadian Business
"Telecommunications"

June 19, 2000
The National Post
"Start-ups aim to grab Bell Clients"

June 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Call-Net shares soar on talk of sale to 360networks"

June 13, 2000
The National Post
"Most mobile-phone users will link to the Internet, study says"

June 6, 2000
IT Monthly
"Start ups aim to grab Bell clients"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Expos tune into Webcasting - and the next big trend"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"OCI to change name to Axxent"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Who's Who Among the Upstarts"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Marketing"

May 15, 2000
Canadian Business
"Calls of the wild: How do two guys from North Bay come up with a billion-dollar telecom scheme? At a curling rink, of course."

May 8, 2000
Strategy
"Webcasting Could Upset Media Apple Cart"

May 2, 2000
Montreal Gazette
"Webcasting may shake up Net"

May 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting to shake up Internet, study says"

May 1, 2000
Toronto Star
"Where Trappers' Skins meet Fibre Optics"

Spring, 2000
Ryerson Review of Journalism
"Paddling into cyberspace"

April 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Gatekeepers battle for control of New Economy"

April 21, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Wireless hookups take root"

April 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Telus grabs QuébecTel stake"

March 29, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Group Telecom rising star in race to offer rival telecom services: study"

March 27, 2000
Strategy
"Canuck firm wades into TV Web stream"

February 28, 2000
The Globe and Mail
Giant's Bid to Dial into CTV Tied to Sympatico"

February 27, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE Seeks CTV Content Sizzle"

February 25, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"CTI buys Hartco unit"

February 21, 2000
Canadian Business Magazine
"Internet or Bust"

February 16, 2000
The Toronto Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 16, 2000
The Edmonton Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Get your heads out of the snow"

February 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Non-competition pact may force Rogers to sell Videotron assets"

February 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"No survey is better than a flawed survey"

February 9, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Web surfing on TV?"

February 3, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE stakes its claim"

January 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE units will need independence, analysts say"

January 24, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Internet provider AOL plans to take over Time Warner"

January 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Merger mates have eyes on each other's assets"

January 4, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Y2K experts are flushed with pride"

December 23, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"GT to buy Shaw's telecom unit"

December 6, 1999
Dow Jones News Service
"Bell Cda, Upstarts Face Hurdles Pursuing Business Mkts"

December 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada Launches high-speed Internet access trial"

December, 1999
Broadcaster
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001"

November 26, 1999
Canadian Business
"The Cinderella service provider"

November 12, 1999
The Toronto Star
"Troubled Sympatico will test Engel"

November 5, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Canada falls behind online"

October 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Third-quarter revenue reflects Internet successes of Bell Canada, BCE Emergis units"

October 25, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001, study says"

October 14, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers merge clicks and bricks"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Bell poised to take control of Sympatico"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe's second downgrade sinks stock"

September 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE Emergis sells TotalNet to PsiNet"

September 24, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Activate.net goes live"

September 20, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"C1 fires first shots in battle with Bell Canada"

September 17, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada, Regional Cablesystems sign Internet deal"

August 7, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor buys BCE's Canoe stake"

August 6, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom mergers expected to increase"

July 15, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE to mull deal with AOL"

July 9, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Motorola, Sun ink US$-billion wireless deal"

June 4, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Convergence craze dawns on computer industry"

May 31, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos need bigger Internet push: study"

February 19, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Rogers goes all the way with Amway"

February 2, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Cantel going door-to-door with Amway"

December 15, 1998
The Globe and Mail
"AlphaNet burned cash, not wires" November 2, 2007
Madison.com
"TV Buffet?"

November, 2007
Broadcast Dialogue
"TV adding platforms- no fear of being replaced"

October 26, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Bell postpones launch of land-line TV service"

October 15, 2007
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape: Comcast's triple play still kicking"

October 3 and 4, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"Canadian fans give HDTV's debut the first star, Note Correction on HD Numbers"

July 13, 2007
La Presse
"Telephonie sans fil: Bell devra prendre la pole position"

July 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Teachers faces big task..."

July 2, 2007
New York Times
"The Winding Road to a Giant Deal to Sell Bell Canada"

June 23, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Happily ever after, or horror flick?"

June 15, 2007
Light Reading
"Tracking the Couch Potato Wars"

June 4, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On the Web, TV's been a bottom line blip"

May 21, 2007
Globe and Mail
"How MTS hopes to stave off a takeover"

May 8, 2007
Marketplace
"Putting a word from our sponsor on demand"

May 8, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"ABC, Cox Bar Ad Skipping in Video On Demand"

May 1, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada phone regulator grants price flexibility..."

April 30, 2007
Bloomberg
"Verizon profit drops..."

April 30, 2007
Playback
"Business model not yet there for online TV"

April 29, 2007
Times-Tribune
"Slipped Disc"

April 23, 2007
TelevisionWeek
"VOD users tune in..."

April 13, 2007
Bloomberg
"Shaw says profit gains 74 percent, raises dividend..."

April 11, 2007
Montreal Gazette
"BCE shares rocket on rumours..."

April 9, 2007
Telephony
"Cable bundles leaving telcos in the cold"

April 5, 2007
BroadcastEngineering
"Minimal movie and Tv download revenue predicted"

April 5, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada relaxes local telephone rules..."

April 4, 2007
Ottawa Citizen
"Revenge of the Cable Nerds"

April 3, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Web TV won't challenge b'cast for some time"

April 3, 2007
Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, StarPhoenix
"Telephone companies will keep losing clients to cable providers"

April 3, 2007
Bloomberg
"Corus Reports Second-Quarter..."

April 2, 2007
BroadbandReports
"Of Couch Potatoes and Broadband"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Broadband access not necessarily a vote for Web TV"

April 2, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Clients seen switching between telcos, cable"

March 31, 2007
Globe and Mail
"BCE's land-line upgrade gets backseat in spending"

March 30, 2007
Het Financieele Dagblad
"Televisie op internet nog lange weg te gaan"

March 30, 2007
Pressetext
"Videoportale fur TV-Sender keine sprudelnden Geldquellen"

March 30, 2007
Telecom Update
"Couch Potatoes Exposed"

March 29, 2007
Rocky Mountain News
"Profit pool shallow from Internet video, report predicts"

March 29, 2007
Guardian Unlimited
"Web video revenue revelation"

March 29, 2007
Telephony
"Analyst predicts cable move away from the dvr"

March 28, 2007
Wall Street Journal
"Internet Video Still Faces Big Revenue Challenges"

March 27, 2007
Video Business
"Movie, TV Download Revenue To Stay Small"

March 27, 2007
Bloomberg
"Canada Phone Regulator..."

March 4, 2007
Baltimore Sun
"In Demand"

February 19, 2007
Globe and Mail
"On March 14, take your number and run"

February 17, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Telus drawing more power from its wireless operations"

February 3, 2007
Globe and Mail
"Verizon's big gamble comes down to the wire"

January 7, 2007
Chicago Tribune
"Perfect storm raining gains on cable industry"

December 28, 2006
Dow Jones
"Tales of the Tape"

December 19, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Comcast On Demand matches DVD releases"

December 14, 2006
Bloomberg
"Telus reduces 2006 forecast..."

December 13, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"BCE dumps income trust plan"

December 13, 2006
Globe and Mail
"When brutally competitive means more profitable than ever"

December 12, 2006
La Presse
"Telecommunications: les experts divises"

December 9, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"DirecTV stake my tie to broadband"

November 23, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canadian Agency Eases Rules on Phone Pricing..."

November 15, 2006
Bloomberg
"Bernier gives BCE, Telus freedom on web-phone prices"

October 31, 2006
Bloomberg
"Rogers Third-Quarter Profit Triples; Cable Revenue Advances"

October 27, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw's phone service makes inroads on rivals"

October 20, 2006
Investor's Business Daily
"Dialing Elsewhere for Dollars"

October 11, 2006
Bloomberg
"BCE plans to convert to a trust to reduce taxes"

October 2, 2006
Mediacaster & Broadcaster
"Canadians to Spend $3B on Broadband"

October 2, 2006
Multichannel News
"Cable Phone Share Grows"

October 2, 2006
TelevisionWeek
"MySpace Looks to TV Content"

September 29, 2006
Telecom Update
"Couch Potato Report Updated"

September 29, 2006
Hollywood Reporter
"Canada cablers have edge..."

September 29, 2006
Montreal Gazette, Times Colonist, Vancouver Sun, Winn. Free Press
"Phone companies get call to spend on tech...report"

September 28, 2006
The Wall Street Journal
"As Internet TV Gains Popularity, Cable Firms Bulk Up Offerings"

September 28, 2006
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to have 12% of phone market by end of 2006: study"

September 28, 2006
Broadband Reports
"North American Couch Potato Report"

September 28, 2006
xchange Magazine
"Convergence Consulting Group Reports on Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

September 28, 2006
Cable Digital News
"Big Cable Voip Gains Seen at Telco Expense"

September 28, 2006
CARTT
"Cablecos and telcos to grab bigger share of each other's market"

September 28, 2006
Light Reading
"Cable Voip Gains at Telco Expense"

September 26, 2006
CED
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Cable bundles a big triumph"

September 26, 2006
Multichannel News
"Study Sees Cable Widening Gains"

September 26, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Study: Cable firms set to grow in next three years"

September 26, 2006
Dow Jones/CNN
"Study: Cable Cos Seen Poaching Mkt Share From Phone Cos"

September 9, 2006
IP Business
"Voice, cable modems to drive Comcast growth"

September 9, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Telus feels the need for speed"

August 30, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast to add 410 jobs"

August 1, 2006
The Hollywood Reporter
"Mixing media"

July 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Bell unveils faster Internet service in competitive Quebec"

June 30, 2006
Bloomberg
"Shaw Communications Third-Quarter Profit Quadruples"

June 2, 2006
Rocky Mountain News
"Echostar's growth slows"

May 19, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Comcast sets Baltimore, D.C. phone service"

May 19, 2006
La Presse
"Adieu, telephone maison!"

May 15, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Cable maintains lead..."

May 3, 2006
Dow Jones/CNNMoney
"Cable Operators Q1 Results Show Power of Service Bundles"

April, 2006
ScreenPlays
"Cable's Moment of Truth"

April 12, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron raises stakes in telephone wars"

April 10, 2006
Multichannel News
"Why Cable Needs Some Seizures"

April 7, 2006
Globe and Mail
"CRTC sets tough guidelines to deregulate the telecom industry"

April 7, 2006
La Presse
"Telephonie: Bell et Telus attendront"

April 7, 2006
Le Devoir
"Telephonie residentielle- Le CRTC fixe a 25% le seuil de concurrence"

April 6, 2006
Bloomberg
"Canada to shed phone rules when companies boost sales"

April 6, 2006
La Presse
"Annonces du CRTC sur la telephonie"

April 5, 2006
Telephony
"Report: Verizon most poised to challenge cable"

April 3, 2006
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining subscribers"

April 3, 2006
Cartt
"Cable taking voice subs faster than telcos can take video, says report"

April 3, 2006
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

March 31, 2006
CED
"Cable to ring up 22% of voice market by YE2009"

March 31, 2006
Angus TeleManagement
"Cablecos may take 27% of home phones"

March 28, 2006
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: New Report"

March 27, 2006
Broadband Reports
"Cable Vs Telco"

March 27, 2006
The Capital Times
"Big Phone Gains Seen for Cable"

March 24, 2006
CableFax
"New Report"

March 3, 2006
Telecom Update
"Data market shows steady growth"

February 10, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Rogers to focus on keeping customers"

January 31, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Bell's Createch Group expanding nationally"

January 21, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV sur IP..."

January 20, 2006
Boston Globe
"Verizon enters cable picture"

January 18, 2006
Le Devoir
"Vers une annee charniere en telephonie locale?"

January 14, 2006
CanWest News Service
"Bell gears up for IPTV debut"

January 12, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Shaw, Telus take up battle positions"

January 12, 2006
Les Affaires
"La TV s'invite sur Internet et dans les sans-fil"

January 9, 2006
Baltimore Sun
"Phone giant maps out its visual future"

January 6, 2006
La Presse
"Videotron cause un suprise (Note Correction on our Telephone Forecast)"

January 6, 2006
Globe and Mail
"Videotron customers connect with VOIP"

January 6, 2006
Montreal Gazette
"Videotron's numbers dazzle"

December 27, 2005
Baltimore Sun
"The great convergence"

December 27, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Cable firms ready for competition in telephone arena"

December 16, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies expected to make more gains at telcos' expense in 2006"

December 16, 2005
Bloomberg
"BCE Agrees to Sell Stake in CGI for C$859 Million"

December 15, 2005
Cartt
"With HD, are towers a thing of the past?"

December, 2005
Florida Trend
"Battle of the Bundles"

December 12, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Telco David Takes on Goliaths"

December 8, 2005
La Presse
"Pourquoi BCE recule la ou Quebecor avance"

December 5, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"Delays in Microsoft IPTV Debut Alarming"

November 21, 2005
Canadian Business
"Wired Woes"

November 7, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VoIP battle heats up"

November 1, 2005
Investor's Business Daily
"Verizon Boosts Fiber-Optic Lines As It Embraces TV"

October 29, 2005
Montreal Gazette
"Phone Fight"

October 27, 2005
Canadian Press
"Cable companies showing mixed results as they roll out Internet phone services"

October 24, 2005
Cablecaster
"Battle for the North American Couch Potato"

October 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shhhh- just don't call it the V word"

October 17, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers accuses Bell of lobbying for rule changes to stifle competition"

October 13, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms gain traction"

October 11, 2005
Telco Media News
"Couch Potato Report Eyes Cable Phone, Telco TV"

October 11, 2005
SkyReport
"Report: Slower growth for DBS, fewer loses for Cable"

October 10, 2005
Telephony
"Intelligence from the broadband economy"

October 9, 2005
Lowell Sun
"Convergence makes rivals out of cable and telecoms"

October 8, 2005
La Presse
"La Mutation De Bell"

October 8, 2005
Globe & Mail
"The battle for your home phone"

October 6, 2005
Globe & Mail
"Ottawa eyes easing rules for telcos"

October 5, 2005
Bloomberg
"Canada May Ease Telecom Rules, Minister Emerson Says (Note Corrected Version)"

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Report says cable companies to get 16% of phone service..."

October 4, 2005
Canadian Press
"Rogers Communications boosts 2005 subscriber estimates amid wireless growth"

October 3, 2005
Cartt
"Canadian MSOs to have 16% of telco subs- but telcos to have just 4% of TV subs, predicts report"

October 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell, Telus face erosion in market share (note correction)"

October 1, 2005
Les Affaires
"Le gars du cable"

September 30, 2005
Telecom Update
"Report sees phone gains for cablecos"

September 29, 2005
Associated Press
"Broadband use soaring in U.S."

September 29, 2005
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos seen taking market share from phone cos-Report"

September 28, 2005
Telephony
"Bell's triple-plays don't threaten cable's dominance"

September 28, 2005
BusinessWeek
"Verizon's Muddy TV Picture"

September 26, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Heat Rises in digital cable TV rivalry"

September 21, 2005
La Presse
"Une alliance avec Rogers"

September 15, 2005
Dow Jones Newswires
"Cable, Phone Cos Introduce Super High-Speed Internet Services"

September 12, 2005
Rocky Mountain News
"VOD Battle"

September 9, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Bell plays cath-up on VOIP"

September 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Executive shakeup aimed at bolstering wireless"

August 25, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Cable Companies Are Offering Free Services To Avoid Price Cuts"

August 10, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Videotron swoops in on Bell in Quebec"

August 9, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Telecoms divided over wait for Microsoft"

August 4, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Sabia comment spurs talk of asset sales"

July, 2005
Broadcast Dialogue
"The Movie Network Expands its Broadcast Technology Services"

June 30, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Rogers bravely entering a new world of telephony"

June 17, 2005
Globe and Mail
"CHUM decries CRTC satellite radio ruling"

June 13, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Broadcast ruling expected to create static"

June 3, 2005
Hamilton Spectator
"They're talking up Internet phones"

June 2, 2005
Kansas City Star
"SBC drops price of high speed Internet access"

May 26, 2005
Ottawa Citizen
"When telcos and cablecos collide"

May 13, 2005
La Presse
"Telephonie IP: la balle est aux cablos"

May 13, 2005
The Globe & Mail
"Rival for Rogers' Call-Net bid seen unlikely"

May 12, 2005
The Capital Times
"Phone, internet, cable...triple play"

May 12, 2005
Cartt
"If you're going to go VOIP, do it now"

May 3, 2005
Globe and Mail
"MCI resists lure of cash and picks stability"

May 2, 2005
Globe and Mail
"High-definition TV a bit fuzzy, poll finds"

April 20, 2005
Globe and Mail
"As VoIP comes of age, Vonage sets up a call centre in Canada"

April 18, 2005
TelevisionWeek
"IPTV Offers Telcos a Way to Get in on Video Delivery"

April 11, 2005
Business Edge
"Phone convergence game reaching zenith"

April 11, 2005
Telephony
"Cable/Telco Battleground Shifting"

April 10, 2005
Kansas City Star
"Telecom menu only gets longer"

April 9, 2005
The Hamilton Spectator
"Combo Saves a Bundle..."

April 9, 2005
Les Affaires
"Videotron et Cogeco pourraient offrir la telephonie sans fil"

April 8, 2005
Cablecaster
"The Battle for the North American Couch Potato: Bundling, Internet, TV, Telephone Report"

April 4, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Picture brighter for cable companies in 2005, report says"

April 1, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Report- Cablecos to get 11% of homes phones"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Viewers Get Sold on Video on Demand"

April 1, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Correction: Bell Canada's VOIP product for consumers is priced at a discount of $13 or more to its traditional phone service..."

March 31, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Bell keeps pace with VOIP rivals in Quebec"

March 31, 2005
Hollywood Reporter
"Cablers Meet With Eye on Competition"

March 31, 2005
Les Affaires
"Apres la video, voila la publicite sur demande"

March 30, 2005
Cable Fax Daily
"Competition"

March 29, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
"Satellite TV Sign-Ups May Slow"

March 28, 2005
Dow Jones
"Satellite TV Sign Ups Seen Slowing in 2005-Report"

March 28, 2005
SkyReport
"Competitive Watch: Couch Potato Report"

March 24, 2005
Telephony
"Report: Telcos falling behind cable in broadband sales"

March 10, 2005
Dow Jones
"Convergence: A household service goes corporate"

March 7, 2005
CableWorld
"The Telcos Are Coming..."

March 1, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Shaw plans to roll out cellphone service"

March, 2005
Report on Business
"Ted Tomorrow"

March 1, 2005
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet access market to grow by 5% this year and next, new report indicates"

February 28, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending holding steady"

February 25, 2005
Angus Telecom Update
"Datacom Market Up 5%"

February 21, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Cogeco Names VOIP Partners"

February 15, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Calgary gets first call on Shaw's Internet phone service"

February 14, 2005
Telephony
"DSL Video: Here Today, Tommorow, Next Year?"

February 14, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"Cable taking lead in race for telecom trinity"

February 11, 2005
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC drafting road map for local deregulation"

February 2, 2005
Dow Jones
"Shopping by remote control is finally here"

January 27, 2005
La Presse
"Les cablodistributeurs menacent Bell et Telus"

January 25, 2005
Globe and Mail
"Videotron takes the lead in residential VoIP service"

January 24, 2005
Canadian Press
"Videotron cable TV announces local telephone service to compete with Bell"

January, 2005
Biz New Orleans
"Special Report: Telecommunications"

January 18, 2005
Canadian Press
"Bell Canada to boost community investment 40% to $26 million by 2007"

January 11, 2005
Light Reading
"Comcast's VOIP Feature Creature"

January 8, 2005
Les Affaires
"Une excellente annee en perspective pour les technos"

January 5, 2005
Canadian Press
"Shaw Cablesystems picks Nortel for broadband multimedia infrastructure"

December 18, 2004
Canadian Press
"Phone and cable companies to invade each other's turf in 2005"

December 16, 2004
La Presse
"Pas d'autre coupe d'emplois d'ici deux ans, dit le president de BCE"

December 7, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, EastLink mobile phone deal expected to raise the ante"

December 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"HDTV's future getting into focus"

December 4, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Wireless teams up with EastLink in Maritimes"

December 1, 2004
National Post
"Telco-cable entanglement"

November 10, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Cablevision's Loss Narrows With Strength in Advertising"

November 9, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cablevision 3Q Aided By Subscriber Gains"

November 8, 2004
Broadcasting & Cable
"A Fight on Earth and Up in the Sky"

November 6, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Digital radio hopefuls sweeten the pot at CRTC"

November 3, 2004
Canadian Press
"PVRs allow couch potatoes to make better use of their time"

November 2, 2004
Cablecaster
"Copper is dead, says Verizon"

November 2, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Ottawa urged to appeal satellite signal ruling"

October 21, 2004
Cablecaster
"Bundle battle lines being redrawn"

October 13, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside The Box: Cable Still Leading Despite DSL and Satellite Gains"

October 12, 2004
Angus Telecom Update
"Couch Report Released"

October 11, 2004
CableFax
"It's the Bundle Baby"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Intelligence for the Broadband Economy"

October 11, 2004
Telephony
"Canadian Telcos Pave Road to Telco TV"

October 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Mr. Rogers walks the high wire in telecom's Big Top"

October 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Net tech to help Canada cablers"

October 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms seen gaining more telephone subscribers"

October 4, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Bye, Bye Blues"

October 4, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable will quickly add voice customers, says report"

October 1, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cable Cos Will Hold Lead Over Satellite- Report"

September 30, 2004
CED
"Report: Domestic cable to hold on to digital TV, high-speed lead"

September 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"ExpressVu rejigging TV channel locations"

September 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC should regulate VOIP, lobby group says"

September 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers outbids Telus with $1.4-billion Microcell deal"

September 21, 2004
Toronto Star
"Rogers fetches Fido for $1.4 billion"

September 20, 2004
Financial Times
"Rogers agrees C$1.4bn bid for Microcell"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Telcos Shift Broadband Focus To Target Increasing Speed"

August 16, 2004
Telephony
"Industry Queasy About '04 Rebound"

August 12, 2004
Dow Jones
"Cox Communications Raises Broadband Internet Speeds"

July 30, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Videotron to launch VoIP in 2005"

July 14, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers-Yahoo team up for new high-speed Internet package"

June, 2004
Cablecaster
"Cable VOIP: Predicting Success"

June 21, 2004
La Presse
"Telus devra faire plus pour ravir Microcell"

June 19, 2004
Les Affaires
"Le cable pour sa vitesse, le telephone pour son contenu"

June 10, 2004
The New York Times
"Bell Canada seeks to offer cable TV on its wires"

June 9, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell seeks cable TV carrier status"

June 7, 2004
Telephony
"Covad's quiet authority"

June 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Speed rules on information highway"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Comcast Puts Numbers on VOIP Rollout"

May 31, 2004
Telephony
"Net2Phone Secures Liberty as Managed VOIP Customer"

May 27, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada expanding in West with 360net deal"

May 17, 2004
CableWorld
"Can cable bring DBS back down to earth?"

May 12, 2004
Hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
"Telecommunications Policy Review: A View From Industry"

May 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cinram gambles on DVD"

May, 2004
Telephony
"RBOCs gird for broadband battleground"

April 29, 2004
Cablecaster
"Comcast commitments will speed N.A. VoIP deployment"

April 29, 2004
The Wall Street Journal
"Battling the Cable Guy: Small phone companies lead in offering TV service over copper lines"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"SlipStream's slick software speeds service"

April 21, 2004
SkyReport
"Outside the box: Cable dreams do come true"

April 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers posts loss, blames weak dollar"

April 13, 2004
Financial Times
"The media business learns a new song"

April 12, 2004
The New York Times
"Cable Is King, but DSL Gains"

April 9, 2004
SkyReport
"Digital cable topping satellite TV"

April 8, 2004
Dow Jones
"Quietly, DirecTV And BellSouth Start Bundling Services"

April 7, 2004
Cable Fax Daily
"Broadband bulletin"

April 6, 2004
The Hollywood Reporter
"Report: Canada cable tops in digital"

April 6, 2004
SanomaWSOY
"Rogers and Shaw to offer cable service bundles"

April 6, 2004
CNN Money
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 6, 2004
Telephony
"Study: RBOC video bundles priced too high"

April 5, 2004
Dow Jones
"Satellite-Baby Bell pairings no threat to cable -report"

April 5, 2004
Telecom Update
"Couch potato report available"

April 5, 2004
Cablecaster
"Telephony will help cable keep its edge, says report"

April 5, 2004
DSLReports.com
"Cable stays in command"

April 5, 2004
Broadband Reports
"Canadian cable companies score hatrick"

April 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom triple threat the 'revenge of cable'"

March/April 2004
CNS Magazine
"Data/Internet Access Market Hit $6.7 Billion Mark In '03: Report"

March 24, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Leaner 360net rises from ashes"

March 16, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Rogers gear up for Internet battle"

March 1, 2004
Cabling Networking Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet access market hit $6.7 billion mark last year, report finds"

March 1, 2004
Telecom Update
"Growth of data access market slows"

March 1, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Net access spending growth seen slow"

February 17, 2004
Report for Congress
"Bundling Residential Telephone, Internet and Video Sevices: Issues for Congress"

February 13, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firms take different paths: Rogers, Comcast"

February 12, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence on a comeback: Comcast"

February 11, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Juniper gains on deal"

February 5, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"High-techs, telecoms sideswiped"

January 21, 2004
The New York Times
"Yahoo makes deal with Rogers Cable"

January 21, 2004
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers, Yahoo form Net partnership"

January 20, 2004
MSN.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

January 20, 2004
CNET News.com
"Yahoo bundles up with Canadian cable giant"

December 30, 2003
IGN.com
"The Canadian console wars"

December 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Video console makers battle it out"

December 27, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Junk e-mail keeps clogging inboxes"

December 10, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers doubles Internet speed"

December 9, 2003
Cablecaster
"Rogers lifts web speeds"

November 27, 2003
The National Post
"Dial-up on steroids"

November 20, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed plan unveiled"

November 13, 2003
The Ottawa Citizen
"Waiting for the next big thing"

November 2, 2003
Silicon Investor
"Stocktalk"

October 13, 2003
Broadcaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell working with Microsoft to develop Internet TV service"

October 9, 2003
The National Post
"Convergence is no longer a dirty word"

October 6, 2003
Cablecaster
"The uber-bundle looks to win the battle for the North American couch potato"

October 4, 2003
CBC Radio
"Online optics: Digital cable"

September 30, 2003
The Hollywood Reporter
"Study: Pricing, bundling giving cablers edge in N. America"

September 30, 2003
ROBTV
"Convergence survey: Brahm Eiley, President, The Convergence Consulting Group Ltd."

September 29, 2003
Broadband Reports
"Bundle mania"

September 29, 2003
Telecom Update
"Report studies couch potato market"

September 29, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom bundling seen luring customers"

September 26, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Dell's new ware to battle TV, music industries at Christmas"

July 22, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"AOL aims to broaden service"

July 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Still a challenge to make money from Net, researcher says"

June 18, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cable firm faces uncertain future"

June 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Bell Canada, Microsoft Web sites click together"

May 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sales pace slows for Web site services"

May 5, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian host market to grow by 23%"

April 28, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Major changes expected in cable, telecom"

April 10, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Deadline looms for BCE decision on CGI stake"

April, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"News Briefs"

April, 2003
National Post Business
"Case Study: Rogers Communications"

March 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers boosts stake in Cogeco Cable"

March 5, 2003
Cabling Systems Magazine
"New study reveals data/Internet access market declined in '02, but still enjoyed double-digit growth"

March 3, 2003
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian Data/Internet growth strong in 2002"

March 3, 2003
Telecom Update
"Data market expansion slows"

March 3, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Rise seen in data, Internet spending"

February 24, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"CGI head focuses on global gains"

February 8, 2003
The National Post
"Rogers anoints son co-CEO of cable unit"

February 8, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Sympatico.ca returning to Bell"

February 7, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Tory's exit from Rogers opens door for Ted's son"

January 30, 2003
The National Post
"Sympatico a critical BCE weapon"

January 30, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"BCE posts modest sales, share profit rise after gains, charges"

January 17, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Star Choice future at Shaw in doubt"

January 15, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Profit reports boost Cogeco's stock prices"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Image of Internet pioneer could improve in time"

January 14, 2003
The Globe and Mail
"Cogeco's profit rises 26% as it adds customers"

December 31, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos to Launch TV Services"

December 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"BCE cutting costs, staff, focusing on Bell Canada"

December 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Hydro firms invade telco sector"

November 3, 2002
Fun Box
"Canadians are ready for Xbox Live"

November 1, 2002
Canada Computes
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
Total Gamer
"Canadian broadband providers to support Xbox Live"

October 30, 2002
GG8.com
"Xbox Canada announces special partnership with Bell, Rogers, and TELUS"

October 30, 2002
Monitor Today
"Leading Canadian broadband providers are ready for Microsoft's Xbox live online game service"

October 19, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Shaw puts focus on free cash flow"

October 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Cable and telco butt heads in Halifax"

October, 2002
Direct Marketing News
"Home Internet spending nearly doubles last year"

September 30, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Growth in Net accounts expected to slow"

September 9, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Digital channel picture looking grim"

August 7, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Investors keep pulling the plug on Shaw"

July 1, 2002
HomeBizNews
"Phenomenal growth forecasted for Web hosting industry"

June 25, 2002
Webhosters Magazine
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year in Canada"

June 24, 2002
The National Post
"Web hosting seen to grow 52% this year"

June 24, 2002
Telecom Update
"Hosting market grows 65%"

June 14, 2002
The Web Host Industry Review
"Convergence releases Canadian Hosting Market report"

June 14, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada blasts telecom rivals"

May 13, 2002
Canadian Business
"On the hook"

April 15, 2002
Homebiznews
"High-speed access to jump"

March/April, 2002
Cabling Systems Magazine
"Data/Internet market poised for growth"

March 14, 2002
MultiMediator's BitStream
"Canadian data market continues to grow"

March 6, 2002
The National Post
"High-speed Net usage hits 51%"

March 4, 2002
Telecom Update
"Canadian data market grows 17%"

March 4, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Internet access spending expected to rise"

February 12, 2002
The Toronto Star
"Q9 Networks to buy Canadian Exodus assets"

January 28, 2002
Strategy Magazine
"Targetted ads driven by viewer profiling poised to invade"

January 22, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Nokia to raise status stakes with posh platinum cellphone"

January 14, 2002
Canadian Business
"Outlook 2002: Telecommunications"

January 8, 2002
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers' Net growth beats expectations"

January 5, 2002
Les Affaires
"Plus de rigueur financière dans les télécoms"

December 28, 2001
R.O.B. Magazine
"Beautiful Loner"

December 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T deal seen pushing cable companies into alliances"

December 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers seen transmitting strong signal despite woe"

December 1, 2001
The Hamilton Spectator
"CRTC mulls Hamilton TV bid"

December 2001
DataCenterHub.com
"Q9 Networks Inc. - Serving up Canada; One City at a Time"

November 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers cautioned to expect Net flak"

November 19, 2001
The National Post
"Dial-up access isn't dead yet"

November 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Harry Potter success tests convergence"

November 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers sticks with At Home partner"

November 8, 2001
The National Post
"Cable battles shaping up with AT&T's future in question"

November 1, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web business wounded retailer Sams: observers"

October 17, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE unveils convergence products"

October 8, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell readies its assault against cable companies"

October, 2001
CA.TopHosts.COM
"Two new IDCs for WorldCom Canada"

October 1, 2001
Canadian Business
"Servers with a smile"

September 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Battle heats up for Ontario TV licences"

September 25, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian ISPs augment offerings with hosting, high-speed access"

September 25, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Net firm to lay off half staff"

September 24, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Internet expansion slows down, report says"

September 6, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Satellite leads cable in digital TV: report"

August 31, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe again reins in plans, expenses"

August 22, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Ailing 360networks hopes to sell huge carrier hotel"

August 18, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel: More than just a phone maker"

August 9, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Primus expands Toronto data center, adds customer premise equipment space"

August 9, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bell ExpressVu to market recorder"

August 7, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Talent drain stalks Quebecor"

August 3, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Convergence a financial challenge"

August 1, 2001
The Web Host Industry Review
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

August 1, 2001
Canoe
"Canadian hosting revenue projected to reach $875 million"

July 26, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Web hosts open doors"

July 4, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AT&T boosts stake in Rogers Wireless"

June 29, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE chief calls AT&T assertions sour grapes"

June 20, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Rogers tests new interactive service"

June 19, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nortel stock tumbles to lowest since '98"

June 13, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Deal positions wireless for bundling"

June 7, 2001
The National Post
"Online ads far from dead"

June 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Telus snaps up PSINet unit"

June 2, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Telus bids to acquire PSINet unit"

May 7, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Will Canada see Net prices soar like in U.S.?"

April 30, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Nothing sells like customer service"

April 26, 2001
CBC Radio
"Radio One"

April 24, 2001
Silicon Valley NORTH
"Boom, Bust .... whats next?"

April 23, 2001
Marketing Magazine
"The evolving world of Internet service providers"

April 12, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell eyes high-speed data lines to homes"

March/April, 2001
Cabling Systems
"Report forecasts growth in Data/Internet market"

March 22, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Close encounters of a media kind"

March 21, 2001
Canadian Press
"PsiNet woes signal trouble ahead for Internet service providers"

March 21, 2001
ROBTV
"On the Money"

March 21, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"PsiNet crisis seen as first in shakeout"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Music industry's mistaken foe"

March 16, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Bird Satellite ruffles Telesat feathers"

March 5, 2001
The National Post
"99 bottles of beer..."

February 25, 2001
Canoe
"High-speed heartbreak"

February 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC: To thine own self be true"

February 17, 2001
La Presse
"La confiance envers les dirigeants de Nortel..."

February 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"Media cool to owning pro teams"

February 2, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest yanks ads from Sun; could also shun Star"

January 25, 2001
The Toronto Star
"Bell to enter interactive television race"

January 23, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Time Warner draws raves"

January 16, 2001
The Toronto Star
"AOL to enter high-speed Internet market"

January 10, 2001
The Globe and Mail
"BCE, Thomson close deal, forming Bell Globemedia"

January 6, 2001
The National Post
"Digital hopefuls weave around Bell, Rogers"

December 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Turf war sees cable's big fish gulp small fry"

December 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"Le marraiage BCE-CTV accueilli avec sobriete"

December 4, 2000
Macleans
"The cell in your future"

November 23, 2000
The Toronto Star
"724 Solutions snags wireless technology company"

November 23, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor moves quickly..."

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Free ISPs grab marketing partners"

November 20, 2000
Strategy
"Online for the holidays"

November 20, 2000
Marketing Magazine
"Fast Company"

November 17, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers shifts fight for internet customers from desk to couch"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Portals grapple for wireless real estate"

November 6, 2000
Strategy
"Internet portals put on branding push"

October 30, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The fight to rule Toronto on-line"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"New high-speed options for the high-rise"

October 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"In today's world, the key thing is how fast you can go"

October 19, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The Internet's second wave may be a harder sell"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Cable, telephone ISPs face high-speed upstarts"

October 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Futureway lays down last mile"

October 8, 2000
The National Post
"No limits: Need for high-speed service drives Internet access competitors"

October 6, 2000
CBC Radio 1, The Business Network
"Online Optics"

October 6, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Telecommuting: Is it Working?"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting ready for takeoff"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Wireless Web set to surge"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"The cost of free Internet access"

October 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Torstar needn't rush to convergence"

October 2, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Converging customers left out of the picture"

October 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Fast Web access to dominate by 2002"

September 27, 2000
The Montreal Gazette
"Short term results found disappointing"

September 27, 2000
Canadian Press
"Computer sales spree slowing"

September 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Woldwide tech spending slowing, PsiNet CEO says"

September/October 2000
Global Wireless
"North American competition intensifies with continued consolidation"

September 21, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers looks to strengthen media unit"

September 18, 2000
Canadian Business
"Dial M for moolah"

September 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"'A true gem,' Monty says"

September 16, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Ma Bell is suddenly new media"

September 16, 2000
Les Affaires
"En s'alliant aux Thomson,..."

September 15, 2000
ROBTV
The Bottom Line With Michael Vaughn

September 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Post-Videotron, analysts wonder: Whither Rogers?"

September 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Peladeau Newest Media King"

September 12, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Content Key to Monty's Plan"

September 12, 2000
La Presse
"Cogeco dans la ligne de mire de Ted Rogers"

September 12, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE-Thomson talks scrutinized"

September 4, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Wireless Connection"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Brand issues arise from Telus deal"

August 28, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless the next big ad opp"

August 21, 2000
Canadian Business
"Izzy's next move"

August 15, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"FMcanada.com plays the Net"

August 15, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Juri Koor cooking up another company"

August 14, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Reversal Of Fate: The Establishment man is diminished in Canada's largest-ever media takeover "

August 12, 2000
Les Affaires
"Astral,TVA et CHUM au coeur de la convergence"

August 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Analysts snub Quebecor's Videotron bid"

August 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor raises the stakes"

August 10, 2000
The Standard
"Quebecor Shows Videotron The Money"

August 5, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CRTC seeks media consensus"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE must target local markets"

August 2, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"CanWest shopping bag still has room in it"

August 1, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Asper builds his dream empire"

August 1, 2000
The National Post
"Ball is now in Quebecor's court"

August 2000
Communications and Networking
"Remote access picks up speed"

July 28, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Napster lovers unfazed by ruling"

July 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Virtuecast pust 'edgy' spin on business news"

July 20, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"On-line video erases tape"

July 19, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Pair get fibre-optic deals"

July 17, 2000
Strategy
"Wireless providers on their marks"

July 7, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"NetZero invades Canada with free Net access"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Popular free Internet service coming in fall"

July 7, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Stream partners with utility"

July 7, 2000
Bloomberg News
"NetZero to offer free Web services in Canada"

July 4, 2000
The National Post
"Office may end up like dinosaur: Unified Messaging"

July 3, 2000
Strategy
"NetZero enters Canada"

June 24, 2000
Canadian Business
"Telecommunications"

June 19, 2000
The National Post
"Start-ups aim to grab Bell Clients"

June 16, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Call-Net shares soar on talk of sale to 360networks"

June 13, 2000
The National Post
"Most mobile-phone users will link to the Internet, study says"

June 6, 2000
IT Monthly
"Start ups aim to grab Bell clients"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Expos tune into Webcasting - and the next big trend"

June 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"OCI to change name to Axxent"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Who's Who Among the Upstarts"

May 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Marketing"

May 15, 2000
Canadian Business
"Calls of the wild: How do two guys from North Bay come up with a billion-dollar telecom scheme? At a curling rink, of course."

May 8, 2000
Strategy
"Webcasting Could Upset Media Apple Cart"

May 2, 2000
Montreal Gazette
"Webcasting may shake up Net"

May 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Webcasting to shake up Internet, study says"

May 1, 2000
Toronto Star
"Where Trappers' Skins meet Fibre Optics"

Spring, 2000
Ryerson Review of Journalism
"Paddling into cyberspace"

April 26, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Gatekeepers battle for control of New Economy"

April 21, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"Wireless hookups take root"

April 1, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Telus grabs QuébecTel stake"

March 29, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Group Telecom rising star in race to offer rival telecom services: study"

March 27, 2000
Strategy
"Canuck firm wades into TV Web stream"

February 28, 2000
The Globe and Mail
Giant's Bid to Dial into CTV Tied to Sympatico"

February 27, 2000
The Toronto Star
"BCE Seeks CTV Content Sizzle"

February 25, 2000
Computer Dealer News
"CTI buys Hartco unit"

February 21, 2000
Canadian Business Magazine
"Internet or Bust"

February 16, 2000
The Toronto Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 16, 2000
The Edmonton Sun
"Webcast: The Revolution"

February 14, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Get your heads out of the snow"

February 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Non-competition pact may force Rogers to sell Videotron assets"

February 10, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"No survey is better than a flawed survey"

February 9, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Web surfing on TV?"

February 3, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE stakes its claim"

January 27, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"BCE units will need independence, analysts say"

January 24, 2000
Macleans Magazine
"Internet provider AOL plans to take over Time Warner"

January 11, 2000
The Globe and Mail
"Merger mates have eyes on each other's assets"

January 4, 2000
The Toronto Star
"Y2K experts are flushed with pride"

December 23, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"GT to buy Shaw's telecom unit"

December 6, 1999
Dow Jones News Service
"Bell Cda, Upstarts Face Hurdles Pursuing Business Mkts"

December 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada Launches high-speed Internet access trial"

December, 1999
Broadcaster
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001"

November 26, 1999
Canadian Business
"The Cinderella service provider"

November 12, 1999
The Toronto Star
"Troubled Sympatico will test Engel"

November 5, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Canada falls behind online"

October 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Third-quarter revenue reflects Internet successes of Bell Canada, BCE Emergis units"

October 25, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"High-speed Internet access will boom by 2001, study says"

October 14, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Retailers merge clicks and bricks"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Bell poised to take control of Sympatico"

October 1, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Teleglobe's second downgrade sinks stock"

September 28, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE Emergis sells TotalNet to PsiNet"

September 24, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Activate.net goes live"

September 20, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"C1 fires first shots in battle with Bell Canada"

September 17, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"AOL Canada, Regional Cablesystems sign Internet deal"

August 7, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Quebecor buys BCE's Canoe stake"

August 6, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telecom mergers expected to increase"

July 15, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"BCE to mull deal with AOL"

July 9, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Motorola, Sun ink US$-billion wireless deal"

June 4, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Convergence craze dawns on computer industry"

May 31, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Telcos need bigger Internet push: study"

February 19, 1999
Computer Dealer News
"Rogers goes all the way with Amway"

February 2, 1999
The Globe and Mail
"Rogers Cantel going door-to-door with Amway"

December 15, 1998
The Globe and Mail
"AlphaNet burned cash, not wires"


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