I just published an enormous overview of my ideas about the future of media ("Foundations of 21st century journalism") over at my revived media blog. I'm rather appalled by how long it is (3,275 words), but it's a big topic. And I'm not writing for everyone.
Monoculture to ecosystem
Structured and semi-structured data
The Blur: News, information and advertising
Newsbots and Intelligent Agents
Multiple revenue streams and business models
The Intelligence Briefing model
E Pluribus Unum
Death of monopoly pricing and profits
Social technology -- virtual and otherwise
The Web is Local
The Creative Middle Class
Yes, newspapers are going away
This was written for the students and faculty at the Journalism Department at the University of Mississippi, but you're all welcome to have your say.