Bob Guccione Jr. has spent a couple of months guest-editing Media magazine. He's sent along something to Huffington Post in which he predicts:
a) Big-city dailies will become free, with charges for home delivery,
b) Internet firms will collapse en masse, making print a successful niche media again,
c) Google will lose market share as others create better search engines, and
d) A cable channel will surpass the four major TV networks due to better programming.
Bold predictions, certainly contrarian.