As Tina Brown continues in the planning stages of the merger between Newsweek and her Daily Beast, she continues to rack up scores on the personnel front. She's just hired T Magazine photo guru Scott Hall to work as her director of photography. And creative director Dirk Barnett, who is overseeing a redesign of the joined entities, has hired Arthur Hochstein as interim creative director for the next few months. Hochstein was art director at Time for fifteen years. "Scott is a huge get for Newsweek and the Daily Beast," Barnett said. "His gifted eye for photography will be an invaluable asset to the visual language of both the print and online operations."
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