Tuesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Island Def Jam chief Antonio “LA” Reid has given the OK to place ads in artists’ CD booklets, beginning with Mariah Carey. The pop diva, whose Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel will include Elizabeth Arden and Bahamas Board of Tourism advertorials, could use the push considering the album’s first single kinda tanked. link

-Print magazine had four firms design what a legal pack of marijuana cigs might look like. link


-The Marines have gone ahead and banned MySpace, Twitter and Facebook. link

-Jim Beam’s bourbon brand Knob Creek warns of a supply shortage through a print campaign. link

-Landor Associates alum Terresa Zimmerman joined Siegel+Gale as Strategy Director in Los Angeles. link

-London mayor Boris Johnson is allocating 600,000 pounds and hunting for the right agency to rebrand the U.K. capital in time for the 2012 Olympics. link

-DraftFCB Chicago promoted Jason Mitton to director of digital production. link

-New York City street art is no match for Steely Dan’s tacky concert ads. link

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