Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson is the founder and executive director of is an award-winning Canadian nonprofit organization working to advance and support an open and innovative communications system in Canada. Steve is also an open Internet advocate, writer and social media consultant. His writing has appeared in numerous local and national publications such as The Tyee, the Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, The National Post,, Epoch Times, Common Ground and Vue Weekly.

Steve Anderson
Dec 1, 2010

Let's infiltrate the CBC

Is the Corporation a mere platform for on-message platitudes about 'empowering the audience', or can it be more fabulous than that?
Nov 4, 2010

Crowdsourcing the world

There is a hunger to talk about the implications of what this new form of media is making in other spheres of society. We shouldn’t be surprised.
Oct 1, 2010

TV versus the Internet

Television services go through the same wires as Internet services. Why is this important? Because it raises questions about the practice of slowing access (throttling) to Internet services.
Aug 2, 2010

In defense of the CRTC

Many media commentators, myself included, have been critical of the CRTC over the years, but two major decisions have shown lately that the regulators can do the right thing.
May 4, 2010

Whose digital media revolution?

Do we want a media revolution where the same big media and telecom giants re-establish and expand, or do we want a media revolution that provides new opportunities for Canadians?


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