The MediaGuardian 100 power list has ranked Apple CEO Steve Jobs as number two in its league table of media moguls, reports Macworld UK. BBC director general Mark Thompson is ranked in first place, while Rupert Murdoch of News Corp, who was previously ranked in second place, is now relegated to third. “Appleā€™s CEO is credited with: ‘Having transformed the way we consume music.’ The panel of judges also considered that: ‘Jobs is now doing the same for television with the launch of the video iPod, capable of showing films and TV programmes downloaded from the net,'” notes the story.