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Telecommunications firm Nortel Networks hopes to spark dialogue about the Internet with an estimated $30 million campaign featuring an eclectic list of celebrities.
Initial print ads featuring Olympic gold-medal winner Michael Johnson and Dallas Stars hockey player Joe Nieuwendyk ask, “What do you want the Internet to be?” The answers are supplied by the celebrity endorsers themselves.

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