So the Convergence Review report is big -- very big, in number of pages and in implications. We live in an increasingly media-enabled world, and the recommendations emerging from this seminal review will impact on  just about every aspect of our lives over the decades to come.

Not many people have their heads around how media is presently regulated, from the quotas governing things such as Australian content to the way in which spectrum is divvied up and doled out. So what hope do we have of understanding, let alone forming a view on, the proposed new regimes?