There is much to be optimistic about in this analysis of the news representation of civil society, especially as regards the activist model. Whilst many of the traditional delegitimising frames can still be detected, there is also evidence of more sympathetic framing of even relatively radical repertoires of dissent, especially in the case of the Occupy movement. Much of this was split along ideological lines, with more favourable coverage in the left-leaning newspaper titles and more hostile framing in the conservative press, but Occupy did seem to destabilise news routines even in the latter – if only, in some cases, as a temporary discombobulation, followed by strenuous efforts to find sources to support the established frame.