One of the key social change processes over the last decades is the transformation from low-choice media environments to contemporary high-choice media environments. Spurred by increasing digitalization, this transformation has fundamentally altered the supply of different types of information, weakened the role of traditional news media, lowered the threshold to the public sphere, and empowered citizens as media consumers and in their role as co-producers and disseminators of information. Against this background, the purpose of this chapter is to discuss the role of media and the transformation from low-choice to high-choice media environments and how it facilitates knowledge resistance. In short, our analysis suggests that the transformation into high-choice information environments has resulted in an increasing supply of misinformation, disinformation, and fake news, which fits seamlessly with people's tendency to prefer attitude-consistent information. This development has contributed to the prevalence of misperceptions and knowledge resistance.