• Is Harvey and Bob Weinstein's film company headed for bankruptcy? That remains unclear, although the Weinstein Co's decision to hire Miller Buckfire to restructure its finances isn't a good sign, that's for sure. [NYT]
• Members of the Boston Newspaper Guild are voting today whether to accept the package of pay cuts proposed by the New York Times Co. [PC]
Stephen Colbert is broadcasting from Iraq this week. In addition to an interview with the president, Colbert will get a military-style makeover. [NYT]
• Journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee were sentenced to 12 years of hard labor by a North Korean court late last night. The Obama administration has vowed to keep up its lobbying effort. And in the meantime, employees at Current TV—where both women work—continue to keep quiet about the matter, per instructions from network management. [NYT, AP, NYT]

• Disney/Pixar's Up was No. at the box office again this weekend, although the Warner Bros. comedy The Hangover wasn't far behind. [Variety]
• The Tribune Co. is negotiating a plan of reorganization that would transfer control of the media company from Sam Zell to debtholders. [ChiTrib]
• Hope you (or your cousin in remote Nebraska) don't still rely on an analog TV: Broadcasters switch over to digital later this week. [NYT]
Rupert Murdoch sounded off on the future of newspapers and his feud with Silvio Berlusconi on Fox Business this morning. [FBN]
• Erin Burnett hasn't left CNBC. She's moonlighting on Today. [Dealbreaker]
• Viewership for the three-hour Tony telecast was up 17 percent compared with last year and it generated its best ratings since 2006. [LAT]