Stories you’ll find in this week’s print edition of Adweek East

Clients on Spending
An exclusive survey reveals what top advertisers think about:
-2002 ad budgets
-The upfront
-Agency consolidation

Once and Again
Luker Reteams With Goodby’s Simpson
Art director Steve Luker worked on Hewlett-Packard at Publicis & Hal Riney. Now he’s back at his previous shop, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, leading the shop’s HP creative team with former Goodby partner Steve Simpson.

Replay Reprisal
Networks and studios have won a court order to study consumers’ use of personal video recorders. The nets’ most recent target in their battle against digital technologies that let users skip commercials: ReplayTV 4000, which, they argue, violates copyright protection.

JWT consults
Looking to reclaim ground lost to out-side consultancies, J. Walter Thompson is creating a business-consulting practice. To launch the division, the New York shop has hired Rob Scalea, managing director of strategic consulting at Boston’s Hill, Holliday, Connors, Cosmopulos.

Shared Interest
Bcom3 stockholders stand to get an estimated $172 per share if Publicis Groupe completes its acquisition of the company. A Securities and Exchange Commission filing also provides a glimpse into the negotiations between the two
holding companies.

Jared’s New Move
The Subway pitchman loosens up with some salsa dancing in a Spanish-language spot breaking this week. In a general-market ad, he assures admirers he’s sticking to the sandwich diet.

One Plus One
Fallon’s BMW Films campaign has hip Hollywood talent, action and intrigue, and now, top honors from both The One Show and its companion interactive awards. Mallorre Dill reports on last week’s show. Plus, Barbara Lippert on the latest freakishly funny campaign from Cliff Free-man. Also: Best Spots of April and Briefs.