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Monday Odds and Ends

-The Art Directors Club has extended the deadline for the Tomorrow Awards, which will be judged by the likes of Naked CCO/partner Fernanda Romano and Twitter VP of global brand strategy, Joel Lunenfeld, to August 23. link

–Sister production companies Directorz and Lucky Twenty-One have welcomed Anita Olan as executive producer in Los Angeles.

-New Orleans-based Peter Mayer Advertising has brought on FKM alum Veronica Moss as an account supervisor.

-Report: Yahoo media head Mickie Rosen is leaving the Silicon Valley online giant. link

-The above clip from Dublin-based Antidote Films and director William Armstrong promoting Irish music festival Electric Picnic takes us back to the mid-90s for some reason.

-New Draftfcb New York ACD Nathan Phillips sits down for a Q+A, complete with MC Hammer photo-opp. link

-L.A.-based design, production and branding studio Picture Mill has added Chad Feeback as executive producer.

-IGT Media Holdings has been named media buying AOR for South Florida’s Mount Sinai Medical Center.

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We Hear: Scott Neslund Out at Moxie? (Update: Yes, He Is)

Just when you thought things were winding down for the holidays….Sources and tipsters alike are chiming in that Scott Neslund, who took over as leader of Publicis/ZenithOptimedia division Moxie Interactive when founding member/CEO Joel Lunenfeld left this past for for Twitter, is no longer at the agency. Calls placed to Neslund, a former CEO of Mindshare (who may have been let go from the WPP agency) and chief exec of SF-based digital firm Red Bricks Media, have been left unanswered. Spies are saying that Neslund may have been ousted by ZenithOptimedia North American CEO Tim Jones, but we’re still trying to get some confirmation.

Update: The ZenithOptimedia camp sent out an official note saying Neslund will “potentially be taking another position within [Publicis] Groupe.” As for Moxie, former Verizon marketing exec Suzy Deering has been appointed as president of the Atlanta office and nine-year ZO vet Lou Rossi is being promoted from EVP, director, Zenith Media USA to the lead role of Moxie NY.