I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
News Corporation has made a bid to take full control of BSkyB but has been rebuffed. It already owns 39% of the shares according to the Guardian.
The Times says the BBC has ignored pleas for public pay restraint with a "multi-million pound offer to boost the salaries of more than 13,000 employees". Last week it offered a pay rise of £475 to all staff earning less than £37,726.
The BBC is looking for a way to offer viewers World Cup coverage without the loud drone of the plastic "vuvuzela" horns. The horns have prompted many complaints, but many fans in Britain are now buying them reports the Guardian and the BBC.
Speculation about the Saville report into the Bloody Sunday killings dominates the newspapers according to the BBC newspaper review.
Links in full
• Mark Sweney | Guardian | News Corp courts BSkyB board with improved offer
• Patrick Foster & Sam Coates | Times | BBC to break ranks on public sector pay
• Owen Gibson & Steven Morris | Guardian | World Cup 2010: BBC may offer vuvuzela-free matches
• BBC | Can you block out the blare of vuvuzelas?
• BBC | Newspaper review