Wednesday Odds and Ends

By Erik Oster 

-Alma DDB launched a campaign for Tobacco Free Florida, entitled “The Reasons” (video above).

-Adweek asks some industry insiders to weigh in on what WPP’s succession plans could be in the wake of the Marin Sorrell investigation.

-Music production company Heavy Duty Projects hired former Grey/Townhouse VP, senior music producer Zach Pollakoff as an executive producer.

-Publicis Media released a study on “The Rise of Voice.”

-Hakuhodo Collective (that’s Sid Lee Paris) won a three-year contract with Honda Motor Europe.

-Opinionated, the Portland, Oregon agency launched last year by W+K veteran Mark Fitzloff, welcomed fellow W+K vet Trish Adams as president.

The Committee for Advertising Practice (CAP) is reviewing rules about how junk food is marketing to kids online and on TV. 

Rich Siegel wrote “An Open Letter to Pizza Hut.” The two parties know each other well.