Previously, Fisher served as president of news and information at Canwest Global Communications Corp.
He also served as editor-in-chief, general manager, and publisher of the Ottawa Citizen; publisher of the Kingston-Whig Standard, and managing editor of The Vancouver Sun.
And finally, following the 2008 financial crisis, I watched as colleagues and mentors were laid off and news budgets were slashed after my newsroom's parent company, Canwest Global Communications Corp.
, declared bankruptcy.
is a subsidiary of Canwest Global Communications Corp.
(www.canwest.com), Canada's largest media company.
Lastly in newspaper bankruptcy news, the newspaper division of Canwest Global Communications Corp.
of Canada has been sold to a group of its creditors for $C1.1 billion ($US1.06 billion).
in Toronto, or if you read newspapers controlled by CanWest Global Communications Corp.
or CTVglobemedia in Toronto or cable news, which is owned in Halifax or into the screaming match between Canadian television stations and Canadian cable companies.
As l write this, the debt of the company I work for, CanWest Global Communications Corp.
(owner of Canada's largest chain of newspapers and the Global Television Network as well as newspapers and television stations in Australia), is close to $4 billion.
Peretz has published the liberal magazine since 1974, but this February The New Republic was acquired by Canada's largest media company, CanWest Global Communications Corp.
, according to Reuters.
Global Television, a subsidiary of the international media conglomerate CanWest Global Communications Corp.
, entered the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program last fall, prompted, in part, by the Canadian Radio and Television Commission's emphasis on cultural diversity in the workplace.
CanWest Global Communications Corp.
owner Israel "Izzy" Asper, the controversial, jazz-loving founder of Canada's largest newspaper publisher, died Oct.
This term was coined by strategists and adopted by journalists and investment analysts to describe the rationale underlying the merger of AOL and Time Warner, and the acquisition of Hollinger Inc.'s newspapers by CanWest Global Communications Corp.
Within this context, "convergence" appears to mean a combination of vertical and horizontal integration, with expectations of considerable synergies.
Canada's CanWest Global Communications Corp.
, a Canadian company, is going down under in more ways than one as it faces a tax hit from Australia.
IBS also reaches 76% of Canadian homes with local Web sites through a deal with CanWest Global Communications Corp.