On The Web: Think.MTV.Com
The awareness and education side of MTV is presented through this site. Using their various resources and direct contact to millions of young people they have taken a step to upgrade their wite www.THINK.MTV.com to Beta making it more captivating and filled with the most up to date useful informaiton. Here is a recent article I receieved on the site. Check it out, it’s a great tool to find something to get involved in.
The site will give young people a place to go to find information about getting involved and the tools to find and mobilize other people with similar interests, said Ian Rowe, VP of public affairs and strategic partnerships for MTV.Young people will be able to get involved in issues and causes ranging from genocide in the Sudan to the need for a traffic light on a neighborhood street corner, Mr. Rowe said.“Young people yearn to be recognized for the good work they’re doing,” said Mr. Rowe. The new site will become a platform for MTV’s current social campaign, such as its Choose or Lose vote efforts, its Break the Addiction Campaign to reduce oil consumption and It’s Your (Sex) Life safe-sex initiative.