Through his consulting company, Mr. Goldstein has
completed projects for media clients (print and broadcast) in all
parts of Canada, and in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia
and New Zealand; as well as for governments, industry associations,
and corporations in other fields. He is the author of the research
component of "FuturePlan," prepared to help the Canadian
Association of Broadcasters assess the future of broadcasting to
Mr. Goldstein holds the Diploma in Journalism from
Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in Toronto, where his undergraduate
thesis was "The Winnipeg Citizen: A History and Analysis of
the World's First Co-operatively-Owned Daily Newspaper."
He holds the Master of Science in Journalism degree
from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University
in Evanston, Illinois, where his Masters thesis was "Cable
Television in Manitoba."
From 1972 to 1975, he served as Associate Deputy
Minister of Communications for the Province of Manitoba, and was
the senior provincial civil servant responsible for telecommunications,
broadcasting and cable policy, and for public sector advertising
and communications. From 1995 to 1997, he served as Co-chair of
the Manitoba Information Highway Advisory Council, established by
the Province of Manitoba to advise on issues related to the Internet.
Mr. Goldstein has appeared on numerous occasions
before the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission.
He has also appeared before the Copyright Board of Canada, the House
of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, and the Senate
Subcommittee on Communications.
He has been a guest speaker at
many industry conventions and seminars, for such organizations as
the Canadian Association of Broadcasters, state and provincial broadcasters
associations, the Association of Canadian Advertisers, and state,
provincial, and national newspaper associations. He has also been
invited to lecture at universities in Canada and the United States.
In recent years, he has served on the Board of Governors
of the Banff Television Festival and as a member of the Boards of
Directors of the Media Awareness Network and Viacom Canada Limited.
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