• Nell Scovell, a writer on Dave Letterman's show in the late '80s, has stepped forward to detail the show's "hostile, sexually charged atmosphere." [VF]
• Layoffs: Yesterday's cuts at Forbes claimed 30-40 people; reality TV-focused Teen Vogue laid off half a dozen staffers today; the cuts continue this week at W; and a big round of cuts could go down at Time Inc. sometime next week.
• Sarah Palin's memoir, which comes out next month, had already earned her $1.25 million even before she stepped down as Alaska's governor. [AP]
• Michael Jackson's This Is It debuts in theaters tonight. [NYDN]
• How's Jay Leno's new show doing more than a month in? Not so good. [NYT]

• Earnings: DreamWorks reported a 48% drop in third-quarter profit; Barry Diller's IAC posted a small profit as revenues declined, and he also revealed that Ben Silverman's new IAC-backed venture now has a name. [THR, AP, THR]
Times business reporter/wunderkind Andrew Ross Sorkin is reportedly ruffling feathers at the paper thanks to his new book. [NYP]
• The Wall Street Journal started charging for mobile content today. [AdWeek]
• Former Doubleday publisher Steve Rubin is headed to Henry Holt. [NYT]
• Kate Gosselin says she wants to be in movies. Great idea! [People]