I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on.
Jacqui Smith is pictured on the Daily Telegraph front page (and in other papers), posing outside a sex shop, to promote her Radio 5 Live documentary about the porn industry. The former home secretary told Radio Times she decided to make the programme because she could not escape the subject, after claiming expenses for two adult films watched by her husband. "It's always associated with my name," she said.
Journalists from newspapers and broadcasters across the world, including ITV News and the New York Times, are descending on the Libyan border as anti-government protests intensify against Muammar Gaddafi's regime, reports the Guardian.
The BBC says that ITV has won the rights to broadcast the Royal Variety Performance for the next 10 years. Previously, production of the event has been shared between the BBC and ITV, with their main channels broadcasting the event in alternate years since 1986.
According to the Independent Rupert Murdoch has bought his daughter Elisabeth's TV production company Shine - makers of MasterChef and Merlin - for £415m, paving the way for her to take a place on the board of his News Corp media empire. The deal will enable Ms Murdoch to expand the company internationally.
In the Guardian journalism professor Roy Greenslade takes issue with Donald Trelford over the significance of the legal actions against the News of the World.
As more public figures take legal advice over phone-hacking at the News of the World, the former Observer editor Donald Trelford says in the Independent that "saga begins to look obsessive, hysterical and opportunistic... the fact that a celebrity thinks his or her phone may have been hacked isn't evidence."
Events in Libya and pictures of a grim-faced Colonel Gaddafi - before his appearance on state television late on Monday - dominate many front pages. The BBC newspapers review links to the front pages.