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WT? advisor hosts MTV/MySpace presidential dialogue

Tuesday, September 25th, 2007

Why Tuesday? advisory board memeber Gideon Yago will host the first MTV/MySpace Presidential Dialogue this Thursday. He’ll be working along side MTV News correspondent SuChin Pak and WashingtonPost.com political reporter Chris Cillizza. The first candidate to sit down with MTV will be Democrat John Edwards. Here’s the info on the event:

The MTV/MySpace Presidential Dialog (sic) with John Edwards will take place Thursday at 12 p.m. ET. The entire dialogue will be webcast live through both MTV.com and MySpaceTV.com, and will then be rebroadcast on mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network, later in the day.

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