DIGESTS

The Health Education Authority has appointed BMP DDB to handle the 1m account for child immunisation, which was previously with Saatchi & Saatchi. Duckworth Finn Grubb Waters also pitched.

The Financial Times says the result of its agency review should be announced next week. On the shortlist are Young & Rubicam, Saatchi & Saatchi and Delaney Fletcher Bozell.

Network Q has cut its agency shortlist to two: Lowe Howard-Spink and Cogent. Both are working on projects for the Vauxhall-owned brand, but no final decision will be made until the end of May.

ScottishPower is understood to have reduced the shortlist for its 4m account to two agencies: Faulds and The Union. Their work has now gone into research.

Glenmorangie, the Scotch whisky brand, has appointed Edinburgh-based agency The Union to develop its Internet site. The agency has taken the business from Clear Cut.

M&C Saatchi has won the estimated $20m (13m) account to handle the ANZ Banking group through its Sydney office. DDB, Saatchi & Saatchi and Foote Cone & Belding were also involved in the pitch.

Diesel jeans (right) has been talking to London advertising agencies about its pan-European creative work, but denies that it plans to drop its current agency, Stockholm-based DDB Paradiset.

Barraclough Hall Woolston Gray has won the BAA loyalty account after a pitch against Ogilvy & Mather Direct.

Evans Hunt Scott creative director Ken Muir has quit the agency with no job to go to. EHS says he left because of personal differences. His replacement will be announced shortly.

KFC, the fast-food chain, will unveil its latest TV ad campaign – through Ogilvy & Mather – later this week. It features TV presenter Dani Behr and US comedian Ryan Stiles.

Pirelli’s new international ad campaign by Young & Rubicam features French athletics star Marie-Jo Pérec. The TV campaign will be supplemented with a parallel print campaign.

J Walter Thompson has named ex-GGK Europe chairman Peter Erzberger as chief executive of its German operation.

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