I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
The Guardian reports that Mark Thompson has said he is likely to scrap pension top-ups for senior executives, which have angered staff facing heavy cuts to their own pensions. It could cut his own earnings by 20%. He also said the BBC will respond in early September to staff concerns over pension cuts.
Channel 4 wants to make "household names" of Britain's Paralympians in the build-up to the London 2012 Games, reports the Independent. It's launching new programmes and will train sports people with disabilities to present its coverage.
The Guardian says that Ofcom has recommended the liberalisation of local cross-media ownership regulations, which could enable a single company to control newspapers, a TV licence and radio stations in one local area. But it still has concerns.
The Plymouth Herald used "Roy of the Rovers" style cartoons to illustrate Argyle's winning goal, after the home club restricted access to photographers.
The latest evidence at the Charles Taylor war crimes tribunal at The Hague is analysed in the papers in the BBC's newspaper review.
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