Friday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Sylvain Labs and Greencard Pictures explore Instagram fame with “Instafame” (video above).

-Bloomberg parted ways with digital editor Josh Topolsky.

-Minneapolis agency Preston Kelly was named agency of record for Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI).

-The National Peanut Board announced an expanded relationship with global communications firm Golin.

-Transport of London banned a suggestive ad for the Rolling Stones exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery.

-Homelessness charity Housing For New Hope announced a partnership with Durham, North Carolina strategic marketing firm The Republik.

-Los Angeles digital agency launched an effort supporting the release of the Die Hard film franchise’s new DVD/Blu Ray set.

-Adweek asks “the words that carry the linkCan You Match the Mascot With Its Team?”