Another eventful week at the Tribune Co.

It's been another trying week for Tribune Co. employees. In Los Angeles, where rumors of a free daily newspaper are flying, the Los Angeles Times stopped its job-cutting spree at 135 positions instead of the previously announced 150.

It's been another trying week for Tribune Co. employees. In Los Angeles, where rumors of a free daily newspaper are flying, the Los Angeles Times stopped its job-cutting spree at 135 positions instead of the previously announced 150. Meanwhile, its editor planned a Sept. 7 launch for retooled monthly magazine LA. On the East Coast, Orlando Sentinel officials said they cut 52 positions this month, and Cablevision's deal to acquire Newsday closed.

Also in the media glare:

BusinessWeek explores what Sam Zell was thinking when he bought Tribune.

Three top Washington Post editors visit The New York Times for Web advice.

While CNBC has its best July ever, Thomson Reuters looks into launching a business channel.

Sales of O, the Oprah Magazine and Vogue are down.

The New York Times announces it will launch a second homepage this year, called Times Extra.

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