��� News Corp. posted a hefty loss for the most recent quarter, reporting that profits were down by 30 percent, although things would have been worse if weren't for Roger Ailes's cash machine, Fox News. In related news, Rupert Murdoch seems to think he can get people to pay for content on the Internet and plans to give it a shot over the next year. [NYT, BN, NYT, Guardian]
��� Not to be outdone by Keith Olbermann's anti-Fox News rant on Monday night, Bill O'Reilly took aim at NBC's parent company, GE, on his show last night. This truce thing sure is working out beautifully, isn't it? [Gawker]
��� Time Inc. is shutting down Southern Accents, a luxury lifestyle title. [NYP]
��� Twitter was crippled by a big denial-of-service attack today, which you know full well if you happened to try and log into Twitter today. [CNET]
��� If you don't watch Charlie Rose's self-indulgent talk show on PBS, now you can not watch it on Bloomberg TV, too. How convenient. [NYT]
��� The Post's Page Six may be hiring Emily Smith, formerly Britain's Sun and Life & Style, to replace the recently-departed Paula Froelich. [Gawker]

��� NBC offers up a few details on what Jay Leno's new show will look like. [NYT]
��� Lloyd Grove wonders what happened to the Lou Dobbs who was once respected, as opposed to, you know, the nut job that he is today. [TDB]
��� Warner Music posted a loss for the most recent quarter. [PC]
��� French ad company Publicis Groupe may be buying Razorfish. [WSJ]
��� A new travel magazine is launching! What an unexpected surprise! [DF]