• The urban/music magazine Vibe is shutting down. [Daily Finance]
• Media coverage of Michael Jackson's death is now "receding." Not that there was any other place for it to go but down: A report finds that 93% of the coverage on cable late last week was Jackson-related. [AP, Journalism.org]
• Or maybe not. Katie Couric anchors a big Jacko special on CBS tonight. [NYO]
• Fired Fox News columnist Roger Friedman has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit in New York State Supreme Court against Fox News, News Corp, 20th Century Fox and Rupert Murdoch. He'd like $5.2 million, please. [HuffPo]

OK! paid $500,000 for the rights to a photo of a dying Michael Jackson being taken to the hospital for the cover of its new issue. Classy! [MW]
• CNN is now referring to Twitter users in Iran as "sources." Clever! [Gawker]
• AOL is looking to cobble together lots of small web properties under one umbrella; it's launched 13 new sites since the beginning of '09. [AdAge]
• Remember the switch from analog to digital TV a couple of weeks ago? Yea, well, Utah would like to remind residents not to shoot their old TV sets. [NYP]