Friday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-McCann celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Chevy Camaro (video above).

Richard D. Trentlage, writer of the famous Oscar Mayer weiner jingle, has died.

-The New York Times weighs in on brands’ diversity goals for agencies, thinks that “the prospect of losing marketing dollars could drive change in a way that societal pressure has not.”

-Facebook plans to launch an ad campaign encouraging its users to stream live video.

-The One Club and Miami Ad School announced at the Here Are All the Black People (HAATBP) multicultural creative career fair that Miami Ad School will offer scholarships to 15 students of diverse backgrounds.

-A new eye-tracking study conducted by InSkin Media, Research Now and Sticky found that “ads achieving at least one second of gaze time are, on average, viewable for 26 seconds.”

-LBB’s Laura Swinton celebrates McCann Manchester’s gender stereotype-challenging Smyths ad.