* Sirius Satellite Radio has shifted its $100 million account to McCann-Erickson/New York, from Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, San Francisco, in an effort to consolidate all aspects of its marketing under the McCann umbrella. Goodby, which also recently lost the media planning portion of the Discover Card account, laid off two dozen following the loss.
* Miami's Crispin Porter + Bogusky has opened a West Coast office in a converted firehouse in Venice, Calif. The shop, led by copywriter Sally Hogshead, formerly at Robaire Hogshead, launches with five employees and no billings. Hogshead's ex-partner, Jean Robaire, has also opened a new shop in L.A., called a.k.a. Robaire.
* TBWA/Chiat/Day/San Francisco creative director Jon Soto has returned to his old haunt at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, where he will serve as associate creative director and collaborate with former partner Al Kelly. The two won the Grand Prix at Cannes in 1998 for a Nike snowboarding campaign.
* Coca-Cola is planning to move two of its brands, Sprite and Fanta, to Ogilvy & Mather/New York, from Lowe Lintas & Partners and Cliff Freeman & Partners, respectively. Cliff Freeman resigned its part of the business in August.
* McCann-Erickson/Southwest's four offices are slated to merge with Temerlin McClain in Irving, Texas. All the offices, which are owned by Interpublic, will take the Temerlin McClain name.
* Bozell/Chicago has been absorbed by Campbell Mithun, following IPG's purchase of True North. The office will take on the Campbell Mithun name and serve as the agency's Chicago branch.
* Universal Studio's account review has been narrowed to two finalists. Vying for the $30-40 million business are Los Angeles-based David & Goliath and The Richards Group in Dallas.