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Departures magazine's new editor in chief unveils redesign...Is Disney reneging on its $1000 bonus to employees? New York Times' former exec editor is writing a book about media disruption...Thomson Reuters CEO will make full recovery after Arrhythmia incident...Hearst trying to figure out what's next...These and more for your Media Morning Today. Dive in! 

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DEPARTURES MAGAZINES GETS A MAKEOVER
Departures magazine formerly of the Time Inc stable of brands has a new look under new editor in chief Jeffries Blackerby. The magazine which is now part of Meredith, will introduce the newly redesigned magazine with its March/April 2018 fashion issue 
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IS DISNEY WITHHOLDING THE $1000 BONUSES IT ANNOUNCED FOR SOME EMPLOYEES?
Mickey Mouse is accused of holding hostages. A coalition of unions at Disney World has filed a federal unfair labor practice complaint accusing the Mouse House of withholding the $1,000 cash bonuses due their 35,000 workers — unless the employees accept the company’s contract offer.

PROPOSED AT&T TIME WARNER DEAL TAKES ANOTHER HIT
A federal judge denied AT&T's request to compel the U.S. Justice Department to disclose any records of communications between the White House and government lawyers that detail President Donald Trump's views on the company's proposed $85 billion merger with Time Warner.

FORMER NEW YORK TIMES EXEC EDITOR WRITING BOOK ON MEDIA DISRUPTION
Jill Abramson, former executive editor of the New York Times, is working on a new book. “What I’m doing is I’m looking at the past 10 years of digital disruption and business-model stress and fake news and increasingly partisan news.”

THOMSON REUTERS CEO TO MAKE FULL RECOVERY AFTER BEING HOSPITALIZED
Thomson Reuters Corp said on Tuesday Chief Executive Officer Jim Smith is in stable condition after an arrhythmia incident on Feb. 12 and is expected to be released from hospital within the next two weeks. 

WHAT'S NEXT FOR HEARST?
After acquiring greater scale by purchasing Rodale’s global content business, Hearst still has to compete in an era when “everyone’s a content publisher” and some digital platforms are easier for advertisers to engage with than others.

MORE NEWSWEEK STAFFERS THREATEN TO RESIGN
Several Newsweek staffers threatened to resign earlier this week, accusing the company of attempting to muzzle the publishing of a story further detailing internal turmoil at the magazine and ties to a controversial Christian college.

MIC STAFFERS UNIONIZE
The staff of news site Mic.com made a final decision to unionize on Tuesday. The move was supported by 88 percent of editorial staff at the website. Employees of the website will now be affiliated with the NewsGuild of NY.

OTTER MEDIA ADDS TO TEAM
Tony Goncalves, newly installed at CEO of the AT&T/Chernin Group-owned Otter Media, has filled out his management team with four new appointments. Andy Forssell, a former top Hulu exec who served as interim CEO, has been named Otter Media’s COO.

PBS BEING SUED BY FORMER HOST
Talk-show host Tavis Smiley sued PBS on Tuesday, alleging that the network breached its contract and damaged his production company when it fired him in December over sexual-harassment allegations. Smiley has been outspoken in his denials of PBS’s accusations.

DIGITAL MEDIA DARLINGS FORCED TO ADJUST THEIR BUSINESS MODELS
The challenge facing once-hot digital media companies is how to prosper at a time when traditional media is under extreme stress. The full impact of Facebook’s change to its news feed has not yet been absorbed by the likes of BuzzFeed and Vox Media. Analysts are not optimistic.

ANALYSTS DOWNGRADES SNAP INC'S STOCK BECAUSE OF ITS REDESIGN
The analysts Mark May and Hao Yan wrote: "While the recent redesign of Snap's flagship app could produce positive long-term benefits, [there is a] significant jump in negative app reviews since the redesign was pushed out a few weeks, which could result in a decline in users and user engagement, and could negatively impact financial results." 

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