Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-The kid’s got some deadly aim in the above promo for clothing brand Police, which is looking for the face of its 2010 international ad campaign. link

-After pilfering the TV rights to the FA Premier League from Setanta, ESPN is now looking for a digital agency to handle a UK-specific brief. link


-TV networks might be quivering after failing to lock any ad deals over a month after the upfronts. link

-Record-breaker and Wimbledon champ Roger Federer gets what looks like a hastily made congrats from fellow Nike stars like Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan and Serena Williams. link

-Droga5 Sydney has launched a competition for V Australia where you and two mates have to spend 72 hours nonstop in L.A. and Tweet all 4,320 minutes of it. Is sleep deprivation and sore thumbs worth the prize of a trip around the world? link

-The New York Times Magazine’s Rob Walker looks at the modern-day revamping of old-time messages such as “Keep Calm and Carry On.” link

-Banner ads are being treated like Hollywood treats Pauly Shore. link

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