I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
Ofcom says internet users are not getting the broadband services they are being sold. It is revamping the ISPs' code of conduct the BBC reports.
The BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones says Ofcom's report is good news for Virgin Media, bad for BT.
Ed Richards of Ofcom told BBC Radio 4's Today that the Adevertising Standards Authority should be tougher on ads for broadband.
The Department for Culture Media and Sport is to close the UK Film Council and the Museums Libraries & Archives Council, and review many other quangos, the BBC reports.
Film director Mike Leigh tells the Telegraph that closing the UK Film Council is like "abolishing the NHS".
Will Channel 5 do an advertising sales deal with Sky or Channel 4? Analysts say in the Guardian that Richard Desmond's reported target of doubling its share of ad revenue is impossible. Dawn Airey has told executives it's "business as usual" at the moment.
The BBC's newspaper review shows papers are focussed on the leaked military files.
Links in full
• BBC | UK 'misled' on broadband speeds, says Ofcom report
• Rory Cellan-Jones | BBC | Ofcom: Broadband's broken promises
• Ed Richard | BBC | Today Programme Ofcom calls for 'typical speed' broadband ratings
• Matthew Moore | Telegraph | Scrapping UK Film Council is like 'abolishing the NHS'
• BBC | UK Film Council to be abolished
• Mark Sweney | Guardian | Channel Five chief reassures staff as experts question strategy
• BBC | Newspapers review
• Read Monday's Media Brief