• The Condé Nast shake-up continues: A day after the company shuttered four titles, it's ousted the publisher of Details. And rumor has it the Condé cuts may now "inspire" similar such moves at Hearst and Time Inc. [AdAge, NYT, NYP]
Ruth Reichl says she was completely surprised by the news Gourmet was closing. (She says she's planning to write a book about her years there.) And Gourmet's offices have since been completely cleared out. [NYT, Gawker]
David Letterman should apologize on his show every night. His latest mea culpa generated better ratings than anything NBC aired during primetime. [AP]
• CBS is talking to Nancy Grace about hosting a Judge Judge clone. [B&C]
• The only big media company hiring and not firing? Bloomberg LP. [Crain's]

• Canwest, Canada's largest newspaper publisher, is bankrupt. [NYT]
• Sunday's episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, which reunited Larry David with the Seinfeld gang, delivered the show its best ratings in five years. [THR]
• Madonna has won "substantial damages" from a British paper for publishing stolen pics of her 2000 wedding to film director Guy Ritchie. [Reuters]
• Hilary Mantel has won the Man Booker prize for fiction. [AP]
Tina Brown's Daily Beast is celebrating its first birthday. [TDB]
• Meanwhile, Fox News is turning 13 tomorrow. [HuffPo]
• Tom DeLay is quitting Dancing with the Stars. Sad, huh? [People]