Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Kiran Aditham 

-Retired Denver Broncos QB John Elway leads the fight against terrorism. link

-Martin Sorrell keeps on yapping, this time about how the Olympics need to embrace YouTube. link


-Skype appointed TBWA, Rapp and Wolff Olins to handle a new global initiative. link

-The ASA puts the kibosh on Coca-Cola’s new Vitamin Water ads for being “misleading.” link

-CP+B hired creative recruitment director Kara Taylor, interactive ACD Dan Ligon and CD Tom Miller. link

-Poke London founding partner/CD Simon Waterfall is leaving the agency. Co-founders Nick Roope and Iain Tait are now serving as joint CDs. link

-Southwest and Alaska Airlines are letting advertisers target business travelers in exchange for free Wi-Fi. link

-WPP-owned The Brand Union launched a new campaign for Taryn Rose International. link

-Basic, familiar brands are getting more ad time. link

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