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CONTENT CREATORS: Condé Nast Britain is shoring up its digital, TV and video businesses with two new hires. Wil Harris was named head of digital at Condé Nast Britain. He succeeds Jamie Jouning, who was recently appointed publisher of U.K. Glamour. Harris was cofounder and managing director of ChanelFlip, a network of online television channels, and producer of online content. He sold the company to Shine Group in 2012 and left the firm earlier this month. Hannah Berryman will join Condé Nast Britain as creative director of TV and video, a newly created role. Berryman will work with Condé Nast Britain brands to develop and shoot a slate of long-form and short-form video content, said Nicholas Coleridge, president of Condé Nast International and managing director of Condé Nast Britain. Both Harris and Berryman will report to Coleridge. Berryman will also report on a day-to-day basis to Albert Read, deputy manager of Condé Nast Britain. Berryman was a producer and director of several BBC and Channel 4 documentaries. Berryman begins her new role today; Harris starts at the end of the month.