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Posts Tagged ‘David Kennedy’

Thursday Odds and Ends

-VCU Brandcenter director/prof Rick Boyko, W+K co-founder David Kennedy and a little company that could called Coca-Cola will be joining the Advertising Hall of Fame come March 2012. link

-HR folks, do you need a gift-giving guide? link

-No matter how mediocre the Jets are, TBWA\Chiat\Day LA and PepsiMax still love the team, we guess (above). link

-Speaking of TBWA, the agency’s Advent Calendar keeps on going. link

-Richmond, VA-based WORK Labs wants to know how you feel about the holidays. link

-Louis C.K.’s online sales plan is working out rather splendidly (and he donated $280K from his spoils to charity). link

-If you created a want ad for yourself in 2012, what would it be? link

-So, what did you learn in 2011? link

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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-Reminder: The ADC Gallery is playing host tonight to a convo between Jeff Goodby, Dan Wieden and David Kennedy. link

-The McRib is back! And now, the artery-clogger comes with a contest! link

-The L.A. Dodgers sue over a Brooklyn burger joint’s logo. link

-Mark Zuckerberg finds time during Facebook’s mobile event today to dis the iPad. link

-The ASA is at it again, banning a “misleading” ad following a Unilever complaint. link

-A “communications professional” lists five ways to win the big pitch. link

-Princeton, NJ-based digital firm Rosetta nabbed interactive AOR duties for Helzberg Diamonds. link

-Samsung debuts display ads on YouTube’s mobile site. link

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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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