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Topic: Hill Holliday

Virtual Reality Is Grabbing Brands’ Attention but Not Their Ad Dollars

3-D video hits challenges before taking off

More than a year after Facebook's $2 billion acquisition of Oculus Rift and virtual reality's promise to transform digital storytelling, major marketers are taking the 3-D technology out for a…

Women Need to Get Into Corporate Boardrooms to Close the Gender Pay Gap

A call to action: Go disrupt

One of the things I'm most proud of is the recent success our industry has had in increasing creative career opportunities for women and in changing persistent gender stereotypes; the…

This Art Director's Tinder Is Ridiculously Heroic, but Is It Getting Him Any Dates?

Please swipe right for Jude Senese

Perhaps Jude Senese will find love in Austin this week, as he roams forlornly around SXSW. Because, frankly, things just aren't going that well in Boston—though not for lack of…

Merrell Thrills and Frightens People With a Crazy Oculus Rift Mountainside Hike

First 'walk around' commercial VR experience

You know you've designed a good Oculus Rift virtual reality experience when people emerge from it squealing in delight and with their knees trembling. Hiking boot brand Merrell did one such…

When Clients Let Media Agencies Take Risks, Good Things Happen [Updated]

Presenting Adweek's 2014 Media Plan of the Year winners

After sifting through hundreds of entries, Adweek is happy to present the 18 winners of the 2014 Media Plan of the Year competition. Creativity, innovation and risk-taking set these successful…

Is Vine's Loop Counter Useful or 'Weird' Marketing Math?

Critics say the new metric is out of whack

Just three months after Twitter-owned Vine launched a "loop counter" feature that tracks the number of video views, some industry executives are skeptical about how valid the metric is in…

Adweek's Busiest Advertising Week Ever: Brand Genius, the Clio Awards, and a New Honor for Cause Marketing

(RED) is first Brand Save honoree

Advertising Week kicks off in New York today, as does one of the most ambitious weeks in Adweek’s history. Along with the jam-packed agenda of the annual industry gathering—the panels,…

Lisa Sherman Is the New CEO of The Ad Council

Succeeds Peggy Conlon, who is retiring after 15 years in the role

The board of directors for The Ad Council, the largest producer of public service ads in the U.S., has hired Lisa Sherman as president and CEO. Sherman, who starts Nov. 3,…

IPG Kills Rogue Unit Dedicated to Cadillac

Lowe is now brand lead

Interpublic Group has killed the Rogue group it established in June 2013 to handle Cadillac's creative business. The IPG team, which took over from Publicis Groupe’s Fallon, consisted of Hill Holliday,…

LG Asked for 'Mom Confessions,' and Moms Delivered

From parenting life hacks to a hungover Easter bunny

LG launched its #MomConfessions campaign earlier this year with a series of cynically amusing TV spots, and since then, real moms have started to get in on the confessional action. While…

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