Thursday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham Comment

-If its stock tumble wasn’t enough, Nokia has now had to apologize for a “faked” Lumia 920 ad. link

-Loyola Marymount University and thinkLA have teamed up to launch the mSchool: Institute for Marketing at LMU.

-L.A.-based Stun Creative imagines a scene where President Obama and Mitt Romney talk shit at a barber shop (above).

-The One Club’s international short film & video competition known as OneScreen Festival announced its jury lineup. link

-Draftfcb has shut down shop in Melbourne. link

-Publicis Groupe agency Rosetta appointed Jennifer Friedberg as managing partner, consumer products & retail.

-We know you’ve been craving some new reading material from TBWA Worldwide chairman Jean-Marie Dru and now you have it with his fifth book, JET LAG: An Adman’s View of the World. link