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AT&T Commercial (2012)

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AT&T Commercial

Summer/Fall 2012
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Plot / Description

This commercial for AT&T features Olympic marathon runner, Ryan Hall. He uses his AT&T 4G phone to stream books to listen to as he goes for a "short" run, in preparation for the London Olympic games.

Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word

Maybe just a short run today. 
They Odyssey, by Homer. Book one. Tell me oh Muse famous town of Troy. Book Three. Book Twelve. Book Seventeen. Book Twenty. Book Twenty-Four. The End. 
All right, what's next? 
Chapter One. Call me Ishmael. Some years ago, nevermind how long precisely.  
AT&T. The nation's largest 4G network. Rethink possible.

Written Text

The Odyssey 
Moby-Dick Herman Melville 
it's what you do 
with what we do. 
The nation's largest 4G network 
Rethink Possible 
Proud Sponsor of the U.S. Olympic Team