OLD Media Moves

Ex-Time art director helping with BusinessWeek redesign

January 27, 2010

Keith Kelly of the New York Post reports that Arthur Hochstein, the former art director at Time magazine, is headed to work for Bloomberg as a consultant on a redesign of its recently acquired BusinessWeek magazine.

Kelly writes, “Hochstein’s predecessor, BusinessWeek Art Director Andrew Horton, left the magazine Friday, after having joined in 2007 and worked with former editor Steve Adler on the mag’s last redesign.

“Hochstein was part of the team that won a National Magazine Award for General Excellence in 2007 and an award in 2002 for Time’s 9/11 coverage. He will continue doing some consulting work for Time Inc. Hochstein actually stepped down as Time’s art director at the end of last year, and was replaced by his deputy, D.W. Pine.

“In the weeks ahead, sources said more Time Inc. people are expected to jump on the Bloomberg train as Time Inc. staff look to reunite with Bloomberg Chief Content Officer Norm Pearlstine, a former Time Inc. editor.”

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