Apparently no one is happy. Some of the reactions are puzzling, apparently aimed at some other enemy, sort of like the way people rant about an imaginary grandma-killing Obama at a health-care town hall meeting.
There is no radicalism in this report. It's not a Luddite screed, nor a call to revolution. It is, as Jan Schaffer observes, a mile wide and an inch deep.
After an exhaustive survey it leads us to a recommendation for some Internet taxes to create "a national Fund for Local News" that would provide grants to underwrite local journalism. It is underwhelming as a "solution" to whatever problems might be posed by the disruptive changes in media, and in the current political and economic climate, highly unlikely.
There are a couple of minor fact-checking and editing weaknesses, but I'd recommend it as a read for college journalism students. But as a vision, well, don't get your hopes up.