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Saatchi NY Welcomes New Global Planning Director

Just over a year after joining up with TBWA\Chiat\Day NY as a planning director, Ed Tsue is on the move once again. Sources familiar with the matter confirm that Tsue assumed a global planning director position this week at Saatchi & Saatchi NY. From what we’ve been told, Tsue is one of four global planning directors in Saatchi’s strategic planning department of approximately 35. He will focus his efforts on the agency’s Lenovo and Kraft accounts.

Prior to his move to Chiat NY last year, Tsue spent 18 months as a planning director at BBH’s Shanghai office. During his career, he’s had stints on the account/brand management side at the likes of SapientNitro and CP+B.

 

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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-Portland, ME-based VIA Agency was named AOR for People’s United Bank.

-Digitas named OMD/GroupM alum Barbara Cipolla as EVP, chief growth officer.

-A Tribal DDB Amsterdam social media campaign for KLM has resulted in one of the airliner’s Boeing 777-200′s being wrapped in consumer-generated portraits and quotes (above). link; link

-Facebook goes on the defensive about losing users. link

-Planning director Ed Tsue has moved from BBH China to take on the same post at TBWA\Chiat\Day NY.

-Lady GaGa and 50 Cent throw their support behind annoying five-second ads. link

-Miami-based indie agency La Comunidad hired Natalia Rojas as director of digital development, Peele Lemos as senior AD/designer, Chelsea Cumings as AD, and Jane Cronk as copywriter.

-LBi is hosting own Cannes substitute festival in London called Cannt. link

-Anyone have time to read the 2011-2015 global OOH media forecast? link

-Spikes Asia has named BBDO Singapore chairman/CCO Danny Searle, Red Lion’s Elsie Nanji and Weber Shandwick APAC chairman Tim Sutton as its 2011 Craft, Design and PR jury presidents, respectively.

 

 

 

Puffer Fish, Rabid Dogs Star in Overseas LG Campaign

Backyard director Rob Pritts helms this new campaign for the LG Optimus One created out of BBH, Shanghai that highlights the device’s ability to summon any information through voice, text, photo–well, you know what smartphones do.

In the spot above, a cunning young lad tricks two Japanese businessman who are eager to try a notorious Far East delicacy. Amusing, sure, but we liked it better when Homer Simpson did it. View credits and another spot from the campaign, which shows how the Optimus One is also a survival tool of sorts, after the jump. Hey, who needs James Lipton and his beard, anyways?

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Monday Odds and Ends

-Sears gets into the Halloween spirit. link

-Philip Man and Ed Tsue were promoted to planning directors at BBH China.

-Create the Group co-founder/ex-CCO Tony King started his own shop called, you guessed it, King. link

-W+K namesakes Dan Wieden and David Kennedy will have a conversation on Nov. 3 at the ADC Gallery that will be moderated by Jeff Goodby. link

-Facebook reaches 62 percent of online Americans. link

-AOL plans to roll out its Project Devil ad units on non-AOL sites. link

-CNNMoney.com breaks down the brands of Mad Men. link

-Saatchi & Saatchi NY has been tasked with developing and implementing a social media campaign that targets obesity. link

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