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Posts Tagged ‘Dave Coulier’

Thursday Odds and Ends

 

-RP& alum Jack Epsteen has joined Austin’s own GSD&M as SVP/director of integrated production, which calls for him to head up a 40-person department that specializes in digital, sound, motion and print.

-The New York Festivals “World’s Best Advertising” competition has announced its third round of executive jury appointments that includes Havas USA president/CCO, Jason Peterson. link

-Jay Lenstrom has been appointed as general manager of CROSSMARK-owned, Chicago-based agency, Marketing Werks. link

-Jon Stamos is being joined by fellow Full House dads Bob Saget and Dave Coulier in the Super Bowl spot for Dannon Greek yogurt brand, Oikos. Here are the TV vets bonding above and see the teaser here.

-Deluxe Creative Services company Beast Editorial has added editor Geraldine Garcia-Esquivel to its roster.

-Nissan North America and  TBWA Worldwide have settled with the FTC over deceptive advertising charges, specifically in regards to a 2011 spot called “Hill Climb.” link; link

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We Always Knew an Extra on ‘Full House’ Could Make It in This Biz

There’s nothing like D.J. introducing her pops, Danny Tanner, to bring back memories of those Friday nights we’d be rushing back on our bikes to watch ABC’s TGIF lineup in the late 80′s (props to you, Balki). Besides dating myself a bit, that young chap you see clapping for Bob Saget is none other than Derek Richmond, who was named director of integrated production at 180LA this week.

While we’re pretty sure his stirring Full House moment had plenty to do with his ad career, Richmond has some agency background on his resume, working as director of digital production at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners–where he spent over four years–and was a key part of the team that developed the “Now Network” rebranding effort for Sprint. Now at 180LA, Richmond will work alongside Peter Cline, head of production and managing partner. But can the new hire tell us what the hell happened to Dave Coulier?