I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
The Guardian reports that the BBC has been told by the BBC Trust to delay the launch of its iPhone apps for news and sport, after complaints by the Newspaper Publishers Association.
The Press Complaints Commission has upheld a complaint against a blog for the first time. The Spectator columnist Rod Liddle was censured after claiming on the magazine's website that the "overwhelming majority" of violent crime in London was carried out by young Afro-Caribbean men reports the Guardian.
In the Daily Mail Sue McGregor adds her voice to those criticising the Government plans to switchover to digital radio.
There is little consensus in the papers about who came out on top in the TV debate between Chancellor Alistair Darling and his Tory and Lib Dem counterparts as reflected in the BBC newspaper review.
Links in full
Mark Sweney | Guardian | BBC told to delay iPhone apps
John Plunkett | Guardian | Rod Liddle censured by the PCC
BBC | Ofcom to act on broadband speeds
Nic Fildes | Times | Ofcom proposes strict broadband rules
Sue Macgregor | Daily Mail | Why do we need this mad switch to digital radio?
BBC | Claudia Winkleman is named Film 2010 host
Sun | Film star Claudia
BBC | Newspaper Review
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