• Another ex-Post staffer has filed a salacious lawsuit against the paper. [HP]
• Yet another magazine is no more. Giant gave up the ghost today. [Gawker]
Rupert Murdoch's son, Lachlan Murdoch, is teaming up with media investor Jimmy Finkelstein to bid on a handful of media trade titles owned by Nielsen, including The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, and AdWeek. [NYT]
• The guy who runs Clubplanet.com says that if Maxim's owners don't sell him the mag, it will go bust by March. Maxim isn't impressed. [P6, AdAge]
• One sector of the magazine biz that's doing well: Airline publishing! [WSJ]
• Did BusinessWeek just replace Maria Bartiromo with Charlie Rose? [BI]
• The good news for Jay Leno: His ratings seem to have stabilized in recent weeks. The bad: More people are watching shows they recorded on their DVRs rather than tune into NBC's misguided 10pm experiment. [THR, NYP]
New Moon topped the box office once again this weekend, as expected. [THR]

NewsHour With Jim Lehrer is getting a new name (PBS NewsHour) as Lehrer's role changes and the show undergoes a series of changes. [NYT, WP]
• ABC has yet to decide what it plans to do when Oprah departs. [Reuters]
• Two veteran Times reporters are taking buyouts and leaving the paper. [Pol]
• Another ominous sign for journalism: AOL (or "Aol.") is planning to introduce some sort of "high-tech system for mass-producing news articles." [WSJ]
• Another ominous sign for the GOP: Per a new poll by 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair, Rush Limbaugh is the nation's "most influential conservative voice." [AP]
• Tiger Woods saved Thanksgiving. For the media, that is. [Wrap]