• It's Tuesday, which means fresh job cuts at Condé Nast have been revealed. In addition to the dozen Glamour staffers laid off yesterday, Style.com will cut Candy Pratts Price. And 200+ more layoffs could be ahead. [WWD, NYP, FWD]
• Maybe Condé Nast's fancy iPhone application, which was announced today, will stem the red ink? Maybe not. But it certainly can't hurt either. [AdAge]
BusinessWeek editor-in-chief Steve Adler says he will step down once the sale of the magazine to Bloomberg LP is completed in about a month. [BW]
• Sarah Palin will be Oprah's guest on November 16 as the former governor embarks on her book tour. Many of her fans aren't happy, unsurprisingly. [CT]
• The search for a Good Morning America co-host continues at ABC News. The front-runner at the moment seems to be George Stephanopoulos. [LAT]
Malcolm Gladwell says journalists shouldn't go to journalism school. [Time]
Harvey Weinstein's book publishing company is giving up its independence. It will be combined with Perseus Books starting December 1. [WSJ]

• The Weather Channel plans to start showing movies for the first time. Yay! Two points if you guessed it's kicking things off with The Perfect Storm. [AP]
• Yahoo! posts solid earnings, apologizes for lap dancing incident. [BN, AFP]
• Long-suffering Playboy has announced it's slashing its circulation. [MW]
• Magnus Greaves, the co-founder of Doubledown Media, the company that published magazines like Trader until it shut down a few months ago, is back with a new venture. And it involves Brett Ratner, alarmingly. [Folio]
David Carr's Carpetbagger blog on the New York Times website has been handed over to culture reporter Melena Ryzik. [Deadline]
• TMZ founder Harvey Levin is promising to wage a legal war on the LA County Sheriff's office for its "invasive" tactics (which included peeking at his phone records). Yes, even a man like Harvey Levin has his limits. [LAT]