Wednesday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Droga5 launched “Monotune” for Android (video above).

-Burger King ran a print ad on the cover of newspapers including the New York Post, Houston Chronicle and the San Francisco Examiner, promoting its new hot dogs. 

-Dentsu Aegis is launching a London-based B2B agency called Interprise


-Jetstar appointed JWT Melbourne as its Australian creative agency partner.

-Production company Killer Films launched Killer Media, an effort to help brands utilize their services. Former creative director Rachel Fleit will run the operation.

Equities researchers at Jefferies Group cut their first quarter earnings per share estimates for Jack in the Box.

Los Angeles-based music video studio Hound launched with Missy Galanida and Isaac Rice as executive producers.

-Digiday explores “The dark side to unlimited vacation policies at agencies.”

-The Drum talks with ad executives about “How brands can embrace the intimacy of Snapchat.”