Tuesday Morning Stir

By Kiran Aditham Comment


-Commercial film director Nigel Simpkiss joined the roster of L.A.-based Community Films for U.S. representation.

-Baltimore marketing firm Planit has been tapped by the Baltimore Area Acura Dealers Association to develop and execute its yearlong, $1 million, Tier 2 strategic marketing campaign for the local area. The campaign is expected to roll out in April.

-Tech Page One takes a look into Y&R’s “Annie” spot for Dell, which was among this year’s Ads Worth Spreading at TED. link

-Bernstein-Rein has unveiled more ads as part of its ongoing “Emily” campaign for Havertys (above). See other two spots here and here.

-DentsuBos, which is the result of Dentsu Toronto and Montreal-based shop Bos merging last year, has beaten out four other agencies to win a global assignment for Hitachi. link

-Samsung is now setting its sights on Blackberry. link