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Posts Tagged ‘Peter Naylor’

Tuesday Odds and Ends

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-R/GA vet Karen Spiegel has taken over for Wally Petersen as Draftfcb’s EVP/global chief communications officer. link

-Horizon Media has launched a new unit dubbed Scout Wellness, which will be led be managing director, Rich Abend, an eleven-year veteran of health, wellness and active-lifestyle marketing. SW’s first client is Sleepy’s.

- Indie digital agency Resource  has added creative directors Steve Anacker and Dave Clark in its San Francisco and Chicago offices, respectively.

-Dubai/NY-based commercial animation studio Clockwork VFX has added Nina Davenport as executive producer.

-Montreal-based agency Nurun has launched a new e-commerce website for Walmart Canada. link

-20th Century Fox and Soap Creative are behind a new digital experience to help hype the new Wolverine film (image above). link

-FYI, the early entry deadline for the Shorty Awards is Nov. 14, 2013. link

- BRW Filmland Los Angeles has signed comedy director Matthew Pollock for U.S. commercial representation.

-So, what is the Department of Justice charging the U.S. Airways/American Airlines merger to finally happen? link

-The Internet Advertising Bureau has appointed digital media vet Peter Naylor as its first publisher-in-residence.

 

 

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Monday Morning Stir

-DDB’s global CCO Amir Kassaei will be establishing the network’s global creative hub in Shanghai.

-NBC Universal EVP, digital media sales Peter Naylor was appointed as the IAB’s chairman of the board of directors. link

-Digitas and CP+B’s “Small Business Saturday” effort for AmEx helped the agencies earn top honors at the inaugural Facebook Studio Awards. link

-Speaking of Facebook, the social network launched a new mobile web standards initiative. link

-Tokyo agency Party helped Intel turn a flash mob into a human billboard to promote the latter’s Ultrabook laptops (above). link