• More trouble at Condé Nast: Ad pages at Vogue are down 31 percent this year and Vanity Fair experienced a 52 percent drop in May alone. The silver lining: Graydon Carter's lavish expense account remains unaffected. [NYP]
• The Sun really may be returning after all. As a website, that is. Seth Lipsky says "there's a business plan for the site in the formative stages." [Politico]
• This certainly isn't a good sign: It seems NBC is exploring the possibility of leasing out part of its headquarters in Washington D.C. [NYO]
• More desperate: NBC will air another season of Celebrity Apprentice. [THR]
• The Portfolio names/logos that never were (and more on its closing). [NYO]
Al Roker will co-host a Weather Channel show called Wake Up With Al from 6 to 7 a.m. Because waking up with Al is what you've always dreamed of. [NYT]
• Oprah Winfrey's Twitter usage is way down. So much for that! [AdAge]

• Good news, Long Island! Cablevision will start offering "the fastest home Internet service in the country" beginning next month. [NYT]
• More cutbacks to the New York Times's T magazine. [WWD]
• Time Warner reported a dip in first quarter profits, roping in $661 million, compared with $771 million during the first quarter of last year. [THR]
Barry Diller's IAC posted a loss for the quarter as the ad market soured. [AP]
• Profits dropped 45 percent at Meredith Corp. in the first quarter. [PC]
• Jeffrey Katzenberg will be hanging out at DreamWorks for four more. [THR]
• Clear Channel is laying off more than 1,000 people. [PC]
• What's going on with Rachel Maddow? [TVBTN]
• David Rosenblatt, the former CEO of Doubleclick, is leaving Google. [NYT]
USA Today's new chief says he plans to "innovate like hell." Good luck! [E&P]