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Billboard Adds Chart-Topping Staffers

BillboardLogoThe sweeping hand of Janice Min is at it again. In a memo to staff, the Guggenheim Media Entertainment Group co-president and chief creative officer announced an impressive roster of Billboard hires.

Starting today, Rob Hewitt is the publication’s new design director. He comes to Billboard after three years with Conde Nast Traveler. Hewitt once worked with Min at InStyle and has also held positions at Premiere, GQ and New York magazine.

Joining Hewitt as Billboard art director is Frank Augugliaro, previously with Esquire, alongside several recognizable new reporter and editor names. It’s great for example to see Frank DiGiacomo back in the front-line entertainment journalism mix.

Full memo after the jump.

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Some Mag Apps For iPad|Time‘s Hochstein To BusinessWeek|Passport Increases Frequency|Times Reporter Denied Access To Real Estate Gala|Sony Sues TV Guide Channel

min: Although Steve Jobs didn’t mention any magazine apps today during his iPad introduction, here are five magazine apps that would look pretty good on the new device.

New York Post: Another Time Inc. defection to Bloomberg BusinessWeek: Time magazine’s art director Arthur Hochstein has joined former Time.com managing editor Josh Tyrangiel at the business magazine. BusinessWeek‘s former art director Andrew Horton departed last week.

Audience Development: Passport, the “hetero-friendly gay travel magazine,” is increasing its frequency and upping video coverage on its Web site.

The Observer: New York Times real estate reporter Christine Haughney won’t be attending this year‘s Real Estate Board of New York’s annual gala, and her negative coverage of last year’s event may be to blame.

Reuters: Sony is suing the TV Guide Channel over its use of Michael Jackson works aired during coverage of the singer’s death last year.