At least they had the decency to wait a couple of weeks after the Senate report on the dangers of media concentration before they flouted it altogether. Bell Globemedia has offered to buy all of CHUM Media to create a gargantuan company. It doesn't have too much direct impact on magazines, except for Report on Business magazine, part of the Globe. But if you want to read more (and the business pages (web and print) are already overflowing with analysis, speculation and opinion), here is a fairly succinct take by Strategy magazine, as published in Media in Canada.
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