Good post by Jim Spanfeller, president and CEO of Forbes at Paid Content: What the Future Will Look Like for Journalists.
I kind of like the term "entwined content" -- stories told in prose, video and data at the same time. Maybe he's been using it, but I hadn't heard it.
And David Sullivan has aroused from his blogging nap to put up another good post at "That's The Press, Baby":
The problem is that where we are is incoherent regardless of whether it's print or online or cellular or whatever. Department stores became incoherent in the late 1980s when no one could figure out what they really were about (selection? price? service?). Trying to adapt to a new world, newspapers cannot figure out what they are.