Ad of the Day: Comcast Shows How a 7-Year-Old Girl Who Is Blind Imagines The Wizard of Oz

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Here's an ad that should be a show-stopper during the Oscars on Sunday night.

The beautiful 60-second spot from Comcast tells the story of Emily, a 7-year-old girl who was born blind. Comcast asked Emily to describe what she sees in her mind's eye when she watches The Wizard of Oz—and then the company built that version for her, using skilled set and puppet designers and makeup artists.

The ad goes on to explain that people with visual disabilities can get more out of watching TV with Comcast's "talking guide."

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