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Audible Launches A 'Hamlet'-Themed #vinethatline Campaign

Posted at 8:28AM Thursday 22 May 2014

Audible has initiated the #VineThatLine campaign. From May 19th to 23rd, participants have been asked to create their own Vines reciting one of William Shakespeare's most famous lines: "To be or not to be."

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