Friday Morning Stir

By Patrick Coffee 

-The NBA is feeling pretty damn “dunktastic” right now in a new spot by The Marketing Arm.

-Saatchi & Saatchi U.K. put together a “School of Saatchi” site celebrating the 40 years it spent at 80 Charlotte Street before moving to a new headquarters.

-Pharrell is a “creative director” for AmEx and everything is meaningless.


-One journalist makes a good point: movie trailers and video game ads are pretty much indistinguishable.

-RAPP’s Christmas card this year is some wrapping paper, get it?

-Digital agency firstborn brought its VR toys to Adweek’s office yesterday. The result was not at all awkward!

-New York-based “hybrid creative video agency and commercial production company” LightHouse films signed signed new reps: B Lush Creative (Deirdre Rymer & Associates) for the West Coast, Ann Asprodites for the Southeast and Texas, and Cathi Connor for the Midwest.

-Major League Baseball is looking for an agency in the U.K. because if there’s one thing Brits like more than chips, it’s boring sports.