Hugh Muir is joined by Dan Sabbagh and Mark Sweney to discuss the week's media developments, including Lord Justice Leveson's comments on a new internet privacy law.
Meanwhile, newspaper editors have gathered and agreed to 40 out of 47 of the judge's proposals – but the Conservative and Labour parties have ideas of their own.
It's all change at the top of News International and also at the bottom: as Rupert Murdoch's digital paper The Daily heads for the recycle bin.
Plus in broadcasting news, the panel discusses why ITV's shares are up to their highest in five years – is it all thanks to Ant and Dec, or is something else happening?
Vicky Frost also drops by to review the week's TV, including Inside Claridges and the eighth series of Peep Show.
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