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Tuesday Odds and Ends

-Sources are saying that the iPhone is coming to Verizon as early as this coming January. link

-Draftfcb Chicago hired Sarah Montague as SVP, group management director on the VW account. link

-Bummer. Hulu’s new $10 subscription service will still come with ads. link

-Fast Company cover Tool of North America’s “Touching Stories” interactive films for the iPad (above). link

-GroupM is predicting a 3.5 percent global ad spending increase this year. link

-Mullen shot new videos for Olympus. link

-’David After Dentist’s family raked in $150K thanks to their viral hit. link

-Google is ramping up tests of a new CPA online ad model. link

-”The Real Men & Women of Madison Avenue” exhibit takes place in San Fran tomorrow at the Academy of Art University.

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