In The News
-- New York Times: "According to the Twitter account for Hill Holliday, a communications and marketing agency, a single video of Mr. West’s outburst registered 500,000 viewers and “got pulled by Viacom within 20 minutes.” Hill Holliday credited Twitter for spreading word of the incident so swiftly." Follow @HillHolliday on Twitter.
-- Boston Business Journal in a "Mob Rules" piece about companies turning to their customers for ideas: "Dunkin' Donuts recently crowdsourced its "Create Dunkin's Next Donut" contest with the help of Boston-based ad agency Hill Holliday Connors Cosmopulos. Jeff Hager of Hoover, Ala., won $12,000 for creating the "Toffee for your coffee" doughnut, which is now available in stores."
-- Boston Business Journal, earlier: "Advertising agency Hill Holliday has introduced a new television spot for Chili’s highlighting the restaurant chain’s annual drive to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospitals, which provide care for children with cancer."