New York Times journalist David Carr has a question for us: Why not occupy newsrooms? If bonuses are out of control on Wall Street, he writes, they're certainly off the charts for most mega media companies.

He writes:


The optics of the bonuses are far worse than the practical impact. Newspapers are asking their employees for shared sacrifice and their digital readers to begin paying. So, lucrative packages won’t cut it. As newspapers all over the country struggle to divine the meaning of the Occupy protests, some of the companies that own them might want to listen closely to see if there is a message there meant for them.

We won't spoil the rest of the article, though. You'll want to read it yourself.