• More on Condé Nast's decision to shut down four magazines, including Gourmet, Cookie, Modern Bride and Elegant Bride: An estimated 180 people will likely lose their jobs as part of the move, although CEO Chuck Townsend says the company has no plans to shutter any other titles. [NYO, AdAge]
• If Comcast goes ahead with a deal to take a controlling stake in NBC, Jeff Zucker, NBC Universal's CEO, may need to find a new job. [NYP]
Don Imus' radio show debuted on Fox Business today. [WP]
• Rich Ross, the president of Disney Channels Worldwide, is taking over Walt Disney Studios; he's succeeding Dick Cook, who was ousted on Sept. 16. [NYT]
• Universal Pictures has fired chairmen Marc Shmuger and David Linde. [LAT]
• CBS has been busy ridding YouTube of David Letterman's mea culpa. [NYT]
Zombieland was No. 1 at the box office this weekend with a $25 million take. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs dropped to second place. [Variety]
• It wasn't all bad news at Condé Nast today: The New Yorker landed its biggest ad buy since 2005 with a $1 million deal with HSBC. [Folio]

• Are there too much reality shows on TV? That's one theory that would explain the low ratings for a suite of reality shows this season. [Variety]
• Of course, MTV is hoping the buck that trend with its Intervention-style series featuring DJ AM, which it says will premiere on Oct. 12. [THR]
• An Arrested Development movie is in the works. [Reuters]
• CNBC has been changing up its evening schedule, just so you know. [NYT]
• How and why Miramax managed to succeed in the 1990s and early '00s, and why its importance has waned in recent years. [THR]
Rupert Murdoch says newspaper and TV advertising is picking up. [WSJ]
The New Yorker covers blogger Nikki Finke; Finke responds. [NYer, DHD]
• Former Bertelsmann chairman Reinhard Mohn is dead at 88. [THR]