There are acres of op-eds today about the government's media Convergence Review, released in its entirety yesterday. Equally, there are reams of different angles: ownership structures; spectrum allocation; regulating (or not, as it turns out) online entities such as Facebook, Google and any solely online publishers for that matter; local content; a public interest test ... OK, we'll stop now.

The report is huge, as are its implications if fully implemented. But trying to get a handle on the recommendations, and why they've been made, let alone the current framework and how it compares, is virtually impossible.