Tod Maffin's doing a great job covering the CBC strike. I realize the CBC is Canadian, so not of much interest to people outside of here, but this labour dispute is taking place on the net, with blogs and podcasting thrown into the mix, which gives it more nerdy global appeal. Tod has a list of locked-out CBC worker blogs and locked-out producers are apparently starting their own podcast/news site at CBCUnplugged.com.
Robin Rowland has a good entry where he says "The CBC blog war, I predict, will go down as one major step in the changing media landscape."
It definitely looks that way from here, but I'm wondering if there are jobs for all these CBC workers in the new landscape. I certainly hope so.