Monday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Tribal DDB CCO Rob Rasmussen is the Advertising chair for the ADC’s 2010 National Student Portfolio Review, which takes place May 3-5 at the ADC Gallery. link

-McCann New York hired Anne Benvenuto, formerly of sister IPG unit R/GA, as director of behavioral planning. link

-Filmmaker Paul Cummings, who’s done ads for New Balance and McDonald’s and worked with agencies including Saatchi & Saatchi and Dentsu, has signed with LA-based creative studio DUCK. link

-Philly-based agency Red Tettemer hired a handful of staff for its interactive department including Bobby Juncosa as technology lead, Linus Graybill as senior interactive developer, Stephen Hurwitz as senior multimedia developer and Jared Weinstock as a multimedia developer.

-ATTIK launched a new campaign for Scion dubbed “Reinvent the Wheels.” link

-Take a peek at the coolest agency office interiors in the world. link

-Forbes launched its Reputation Tracker, which is aimed at elevating a company’s rep and increasing ROI. link (pdf)

-New York-based editorial boutique jumP opened an L.A. office. link

-Does social media change your agency relationships? link

-Public restroom mirror ads: the next frontier. link

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