My editor at the Chi-Town Daily News (I promise I’ll write something for you soon, Geoff!) is sounding off on his blog about foolish protests against media consolidation. This line pretty much sums it up:
[A]dvocating for media reform seems like campaigning against scurvy. It’s energy spent solving a problem that no longer exists.
These days, anyone interested in a media landscape that is less consolidated and more inclusive can start exactly that kind of media organization online, rather than merely demonstrating against existing ones. The costs are negligible.
Read the whole thing.