I hope artists with similarly subversive intentions have been hacking The Tonight Show, The Simpsons, or The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, though somehow, I doubt it. “Disruption” has become a buzzword among tech firms, but to “disrupt the airwaves” now seems old-fashioned in the crowded streaming world, where choices of channel and show are plentiful but paralyzing. While we might be watching more of it than ever, television today largely encourages experimentation in dramatic storytelling, with less emphasis on revolutionary messaging; as Burden contended before he died, the media remains under corporate control. Still, although there are many net-savvy artists taking video in new directions, there’s a creeping sense that few can cut through the noise. It’s more important than ever that new strategies be created if artists are to successfully permeate the deepest layers of our cultural consciousness.