bbc.co.uk Service Licence: Reaction
So while the BBC's words are all about "protecting'' the market, its actions are all about "owning'' the market.
"BBC Trust review: Your questions" (answered by BBC trustee Patricia Hodgson), from BBC News.
"Report reveals bbc.co.uk is £36m over annual budget": more context from the Guardian.
Never mind whether the BBC will produce 'ultra-local' news hubs, it is Google's infinite budget, spotless brand, and seemingly completely free hand in the UK market that poses a bigger commercial threat to all of the UK's web industry
says Martin Belam at Currybet.net.
David at Webometric Thoughts says the Trust's conclusion that "bbc.co.uk is an excellent service that is highly valued by users... is definitely the most obvious finding ever" and shares some stats for traffic he's had from bbc.co.uk.
Alfred Hermida at reportr.net picks out the section of the review on blogs.
"Good news for websites - BBC told to link out more!": Blogstorm sees a silver lining.
Nick Reynolds is editor, BBC Internet Blog.