I'm the BBC's media correspondent and this is my brief selection of what's going on
Sky News is launching its iPad app this morning. In his blog, political editor Adam Boulton says: "This is the most dramatic single technological advance we have made yet. I've seen nothing like our app from anyone else. It brings you TV news for the tablet generation."
The Guardian says the BBC is wasting nearly £80m a year through poor management of under-performing staff and erroneously paying a salary top-up to thousands of employees who do not qualify for it, according to an internal report. The leaked study by the BBC's People department identified a range of savings that could be made as part of plans to slash £400m from budgets.
The BBC has denied a Guardian report that it is planning to cut 25% of its workforce. The Guardian quotes Caroline Thomson, the BBC chief operating officer: "It is simply not true to say that the BBC is planning a 25% cut in its workforce. As we have said repeatedly, just because we are making 20% savings does not mean we need to cut 20% of jobs."
The BBC announced yesterday that it is launching Ambridge Extra, a new series to be broadcast on the BBC Radio 4 Extra digital channel and as a podcast. Episodes will follow directly after the main Archers episode on Radio 4 itself. The spin-off will be set in Ambridge but will also follow characters further afield, including Alice Carter at university, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Duncan Bannatyne of Dragons' Den will be the guest editor of The Northern Echo next Monday, with current editor Peter Barron stepping aside to become his deputy, reports Hold the Front Page. Profits from the sale of any newspapers above average that day and the next will be donated to the Bannatyne Charitable Trust, along with 10% of the proceeds from an advertising feature.
The BBC's newspapers review says the workers at the Japanese nuclear plant at the centre of its crisis provide a new focus for some of the papers. The workers known as the Fukushima Fifty have become the country's "faceless heroes" reports the Guardian.
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