Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham Comment

-To mark June Pride Month, Digitas has commissioned what it claims is “the industry’s first large-scale research” on LGBT mobile device behavior. link

-Lars Bastholm and Cindy Gallop are among those industry notables offering their thoughts on whether Cannes is still a worthwhile experience or not. link

-New York-based production studio Click 3X has welcomed Publicis/The Sweet Shop alum Megan Kelly as EP/managing director of live action. link

-CP+B and Jell-O present “Jigglevision,” a Facebook effort that lets you send “secret” messages to friends that can only be viewed on the top of a red Jello-O refrigerated gelatin snack. link

-Milwaukee-based Omnicom/DAS agency GMR Marketing has appointed 10-year vet Tyson Webber as EVP of client management.

-At today’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (best summed up by this one pic), the Cupertino, CA giant’s CEO Tim Cook announced major makeovers of iOS and Macs and unveiled iTunes radio.

-Our old pal Rich Siegel compares freelancer vs. agency staffer life. link