Tuesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-This ad for Japanese tech startup Logbar, entitled “Kisses in Tokyo” (video above), has gone viral over sexual harassment accusations. Some viewers have started a petition to have it removed. 

Consumer PR agency The Academy merged with Shine Communications.

China Mobile appointed Leo Burnett as its creative agency


iCrossing launched a new campaign for Daily Burn which is running on daytime TV, Hulu, Facebook and Twitter.

Deadlines are approaching for consumers to file cash claims for false advertising class action settlements against Kashi, Tom’s of Maine and Justice.

-Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, P&G and other global brands will rely more on emotion tracking technology thanks to a new deal made by MediaCom and Realeyes.

London’s National Gallery is launching a review in search of an agency with experience of “working with major heritage brands in producing high quality and personalised content.”
 International animatics shop Animated Storyboards launched a new office in Toronto.