Tina Brown talks about the end of Newsweek in print edition. That is such a huge change in American journalism, but it has not gotten a lot of attention. Newsweek will, from now on, be digital only. Is this the future of journalism? We have seen the changes across the spectrum of print, with daily newspapers and traditional magazines struggling with the new economic landscape. Is digital media where we are all going to be in the years ahead? Is the new media paradigm even known yet? Do pay firewalls work for media outlets? The changes at Newsweek are reflective of so much of what has happened to the American media market over the past ten years. What comes next?