It is well known that community media can be an effective platform for collective action regarding social change. The locally interpreted issues explored in community media can build solidarity regarding solutions. These days, more often than not, social media plays an important role in those solutions and campaigns. Social media has changed the game as digitally networked action promotes different ways people are coordinating actions. This article which I wrote as part of a group exercise in some studies I am pursuing describes the new logics of connective action.