How Media Ownership Matters, my book in collaboration with Timothy Neff, Mattias Hessérus, and Julie Sedel, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press (late 2023/early 2024).
I will be presenting a paper with Timothy Neff at the May 2023 International Communication Association conference in Toronto drawing on research on media ownership and partisan slant in the news.
Here are some other publications related to this research:
“News you can use to promote your interests: Media ownership forms and economic instrumentalism.” (with Timothy Neff), Journalism Studies, published online first on October 22, 2021.
“Can Philanthropy Save Public Interest Journalism?” Byline Times, article commissioned by UK Media Influence Matrix, June 22, 2021.
“How Media Ownership Matters in the U.S.: Beyond the Concentration Debate.” Sociétés Contemporaines (in English), interview with Eric Darras, no. 113 (2019): 71-83.
“Rethinking the Sociology of Media Ownership” (in L. Grindstaff, Ming-Cheng M. Lo, and John R. Hall, eds., Routledge Handbook of Cultural Sociology, 2019).
“Media Ownership and Public Service News: How Strong are Institutional Logics?” (with Timothy Neff and Mattias Hessérus in International Journal of Press/Politics, 2018)
“Can Foundations Solve the Journalism Crisis?” (in Journalism, 2018).
See also my review of Julia Cagé’s very interesting book Saving the Media (Harvard, 2016) in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 2018.
At the 2018 International Communication Association conference in Prague, I presented a paper with Julie Sedel on “Civil Society/Non-Profit News Organizations in France, Sweden, and the U.S.”