Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Campbell Mithun CEO Steve Wehrenberg gives us three ways to find truth in advertising. link; link

-Non-profit association TVB and the Ad Council team up to remind you yet again that “buzzed driving is drunk driving” (above). link

-TM Advertising picked up the Captain D’s biz. Here’s hoping this relationship doesn’t end so, um, oddly. link

-Ron Paul launched attack ads against Newt Gingrich in New Hampshire. link

-So, who made Forbes “30 Under 30” Media list? link

-Chinese sportswear brand Li-Ning, which has an athlete roster including NBA hoopster Evan Turner and sprinter Asafa Powell, is making its entrance into the U.S. market. link

-Burger King’s fries: Still not great. link

-Former AgencyNet/Code and Theory guys John Sampogna and Eric Mayville have opened up the doors to digital shop, Wondersauce. link

-L.A.-based production company The Cortez Brothers added The Clyde Brothers and Esteban Sapir for US commercial representation.