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Posts Tagged ‘Ricky Gervais’

Wednesday Odds and Ends

 

-Cramer-Krasselt Milwaukee added Matt Rand and Tim McCord as VP/creative director and VP/strategy director, interactive, respectively.

-Delta goes in apology mode after an Army sergeant tore them a new one (above). Hmm, where have we heard the Delta hate before? link

-Promoted Tweets saw a helluva boom in advertisers in one year. link

-Pink and Ricky Gervais, umm, star in a new PSA for PETA (above). link

-Yokohama Tires is looking to reach out to consumers via its new website. link

-Media Storm promoted Elizabeth Little to associate media director, digital.

-If you’re in Amsterdam from June 18-July 17, you might want to add a visit to agency Cloudfactory’s pop-up boutique/gallery. link

-DDB Chicago made AMV BBDO/Mother alum Paul Cohen’s hire official as he joins the agency in the newly created role of head of art.

 

 

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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-MediaCom veteran Harvey Goldhersz was named CEO of the agency’s North American operations. link

-Ace Metrix lists the top 10 ads of 2010 by effectiveness. link

-Omnicom’s The Marketing Arm is setting up shop in Greenwich, CT. link

-MEC North America appointed PHD/Carat alum Carol Lansen to managing partner, account director.

-SapientNitro’s new Healthy Choice effort reminds us to Netflix that Ricky Gervais movie, The Invention of Lying (above).

-Terra: Hispanics are receptive to interactive ads. link

-Geico was the number one radio advertiser in 2010, followed by Home Depot and McDonald’s. link

-At least Tiger Woods still has a friend in Electronic Arts (and Nike, of course). link