• Get ready for the Spider-Man ride at Disney World: Walt Disney has agreed to pay $4 billion in cash and stock to acquire Marvel Entertainment. [NYT, WSJ]
• Because she was clearly the very best person for the job, Jenna Bush has signed on with the Today show. The daughter of the former president will be contributing stories "about once a month on issues like education." [THR]
The Final Destination was No. 1 at the box office this weekend with a $28.3 million take; Inglourious Basterds came in No. 2 with $20 million. [THR]
• Newsstand magazine sales continue to fall. Single-copy sales fell 12 percent during the first half of the 2009 compared to the same period in 2008. [AP]
• NBC's new slogan for its fall marketing campaign? "More colorful." [Variety]

• CBS News correspondent Cami McCormick was badly wounded in a roadside bombing in Afghanistan; she's now receiving treatment in Germany. [CBS]
• Fox is teaming up with Twitter to introduce "tweet-peats" of some of its more popular shows. The gimmick will consist of cast members sending out messages on Twitter when reruns air, apparently. [THR]
• VH1's focus on "Celebreality" has its downsides, as the recent murder-suicide involving Jasmine Fiore and Ryan Jenkins made quite clear. [NYT]
• CBS reports that it has sold 65 percent of the available commercial spots for next year's Super Bowl. [AdWeek]
Newsday has been rejecting ads for Verizon FiOS service, which just so happens to be a competitor to Newsday's parent company, Cablevision. [NYT]
• Hearst plans to launch a site called Real Beauty this fall, "which will focus on makeup, hair care and other beauty topics." [WSJ]
Jann Wenner is planning to relaunch RollingStone.com this fall. [MW]
• Did you know the Daytime Emmy Awards took place yesterday? No? You weren't the only one. Sunday's telecast hit an all-time ratings low. [THR]