Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Is Apple prepping an ad-supported OS? Quite possibly. link

-Gary Ginsberg, News Corp’s EVP of Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs, is stepping down at year’s end. link

-A special level of Call of Duty 2 gets unlocked. link

-Research firm Millward Brown unveiled a celebrity/brand compatibility solution. link

-Chicago-based agency Hoffman York was named AOR for the Museum of Science and Industry. link

-The IAB released a 2009 update to ad unit guidelines. link

-Marketing duo Mark DiMassimo and Eric Yaverbaum launched a new ad campaign for ReadtoVote.org that includes wild postings. link

-Nationwide Insurance entices Ohio State football fans with a web effort. link

-MDC agency Adrenalina launched a new multicultural-themed microsite. link

-An Aussie business class taxi driver was chided for advertising. link

-JWT India will handle TV/radio creative duties while Crayons will take on print/outdoor for the Congressional elections in the state of Jharkhand. link

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