Web site (http://www.att.com) will provide daily updates, e-mail and chats with athletes. Producing interactive shows and games for the Global Olympic Village at Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park.
BellSouth and Scientific Atlanta
Building a Web site for journalists that will provide information about the Olympics, Atlanta and various technologies.
Will offer virtual reality and interactive games on-site in Atlanta; Web site (http://www.cocacola.com) has info for tourists and a game called Olympic Torch Road Rally.
Developing a CD-ROM game.
Built Atlanta committee's Web site (http://www.atlanta.olympic.org); developing kiosk network for athletes, journalists.
Web site (http://www.motorola.com/Sponsors/Olympics) touts its sponsorship.
Using its Web site (http://www.nationsbank.com) to profile its Olympic participation and describe banking and financial services offered during the Games.
Will tout its ties to more than 3,000 Olympic athletes on its Web site (http://www.planetreebok.com).
Will provide daily coverage of events on its Web site (http://pathfinder.com).
United Parcel Service
Web site (http://www.ups.com) offers a directory of places businesses can tempo-rarily relocate to during the Olympic crush.
Will test Visa Cash, its version of stored value cards, in Atlanta. Also touting its sponsorship on its Web site (http://www.visa.com).
SOURCE: ADVERTISING AGE RESEARCH