I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
My analysis shows Jeremy Hunt left more questions than answers about his vision for local TV at the end of his Royal Television Society speech. Media executives remained unconvinced and the BBC's Mark Thompson played down the role that the BBC might play.
Media Guardian says Jeremy Hunt backtracked on suggestions that ITV and Channel 4 might lose their places on the front page of the electronic programme guide.
The Guardian reports Adam Crozier, ITV's chief executive, told the RTS conference that ITV was considering charging viewers for watching alternative endings and previews of Coronation Street online.
Cadbury's has been forced to drop its "Glass and a half of milk" phrase from its chocolate bars following claims it failed to comply with EU metrication rules, reports the BBC.
The new line-up for The Apprentice has been revealed and is described in the Telegraph.
Ed Miliband's first speech as Labour leader is dissected by the papers as the BBC newspaper review shows.
Links in full
• BBC | Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt backs local TV stations
• Guardian | Traditional channels safe from being pushed down EPGs, says Jeremy Hunt
• Guardian | Alternative Coronation Street endings could be charged for online - ITV chief
• BBC | Cadbury drops 'glass and a half' phrase from wrappers
• Telegraph | The Apprentice: candidates for new series revealed
• BBC | Newspaper review
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