Instead of trying to disrupt the corporate media we should deconstruct it. Instead of yelling at reporters we should challenge them with real questions and analysis.
We should refuse to answer their questions, sure...but why not ask our own questions of them rather than moon the cameras, or hurl obscenities? The next time a corporate media representative steps up with a camera don't push them back with your hands, ask them how they sleep. Ask them, for instance, how they feel about the fact that studies have shown that the more people watched television coverage of the first Gulf war the less they were likely to know about what actually happened. Ask them how the can reconcile the fact that some 68 percent of the public thinks that there were Iraqis on the planes that hit the World Trade Center, ask them why they choose to be miseducators, ask them how they can call themselves journalists when they have to read questions from scripts when questioning officials.
Let's challenge these people, not with the hope of winning them over, but with the idea that if we truly pull the veil aside each and everytime they point the camera in our direction they'll be frustrated in their attempts to put forward their agenda.
Yelling obscenities and all of that just makes us look bad. They win if we go down that road.
Deconstruction is the right tactic, not disruption.