How Does the Sun Shine on Suncor?: A Comparison of Prestige, Mainstream, and Tabloid Newspaper Reporting on Alberta’s Oil and Gas Industry

Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 21:210-222 (2010)
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Abstract

Do ownership or markets influence news reporting about business issues? We used quantitative and discourse analyses to examine this question in reporting of eight Canadian newspapers about a controversial business issue, the proposal by an expert panel for the Alberta government to raise royalties paid by the oil and gas industry. We found some similarity among newspapers serving different markets but few commonalities within a large conglomerate and an equity alliance

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