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Still Rocking the Youth Vote: MTV to Support Orgs Focused on Young Voters in Georgia

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In keeping with MTV’s long history of youth voter engagement and as a continuation of our efforts to register first-time voters for the 2020 election through our Vote For Your Life campaign, MTV is proud to make funding available to organizations working to get out the youth vote for the upcoming runoff election in Georgia.  

Comedy Central, VH1 and MTV Help Previously Incarcerated People Vote

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As we move closer to the U.S. presidential election, we have seen more brands join in creating unique voting initiatives.

ViacomCBS Launches Vote for Your Life Campaign in Partnership With The Ad Council

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ViacomCBS and The Ad Council have partnered to drive all eligible voters to cast their ballots this Fall. This election isn’t just about choosing a president. It's about choosing local leaders who have a more direct impact on your community, your family, and your life. That’s why we’ve made it as easy as possible for you to get ready to vote.

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ViacomCBS and The Ad Council have partnered to drive all eligible voters to cast their ballots this Fall. This election isn’t just about choosing a president. It's about choosing local leaders who have a more direct impact on your community, your family, and your life. That’s why we’ve made it as easy as possible for you to get ready to vote.

BTS, The 1975, Charli XCX, and More Will Pack Twitch Stream Aid's Epic Fundraiser

Livestreaming all day to benefit the World Health Organization
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By Trey Alston

In the past few weeks, artists have taken to different social platforms for livestreamed performances, candid Q&As, and intimate talk-show chats, letting fans into their worlds during a time of uncertainty. This weekend, everything levels up.

MTV, Comedy Central & Other ViacomCBS Brands Launch Social Distancing Campaign #AloneTogether

By Erik Pedersen
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It’s the new normal — for now, at least — and ViacomCBS’ Entertainment & Youth Brands are teaming to raise awareness about social distancing.

MTV, Comedy Central, Paramount Network, CMT and VH1 have joined forces with the Ad Council for #AloneTogether, a national campaign to promote safety and unity in the coronavirus era. Watch the first PSA above.

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Voting Early Is Easier Than Ever — So MTV Is Making It a Holiday

MTV is teaming up with over 65 partners for Vote Early Day
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By Ella Ceron

Mark your calendar for November 3 — that’s the day most of the United States will turn up to vote. But there are other ways, and other days, to make your voice heard at the polls. Whether your state allows you to vote absentee, or if you simply want to show up to your local polling place a few days early, Saturday, October 24, is a great day to do it.

When We All Vote and MTV Team up to Launch the "2020 Prom Challenge" Rewarding Creative Voter Registration Drives in High Schools Nationwide

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WASHINGTON, January 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Today, When We All Vote's national high school program, My School Votes, in partnership with MTV's +1thevote and support from brand partners, such as Rent the Runway, announced the official launch of the 2020 Prom Challenge - a grant competition that will recognize high schools from across the country committed to boosting voter registration in their communities.

MTV Partners With Lena Waithe to Save Mothers' Lives

Inside the making of the brand’s campaign to combat America's rising mother mortality rate.
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By Kelby Clark

One of the most dangerous places in the developed world to give birth is the United States, and MTV wants to help create awareness.

Viacom Brands Win Five 2018 Cynopsis Social Good Awards

by Lisa Di Venuta
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Viacom won five 2018 Cynopsis Social Good Awards for its civic-minded media focused on LGBT advocacy, disaster relief, and anti-bullying action, among other issues. Read about each campaign below.

Awareness Campaign/Initiative – Children’s Sector

Nickelodeon Creative Advertising – Nick SPLAT – Truth – Trivia

Viacom to Support Courageous Youth Activists Who Have Had #Enough of Gun Violence

by Stuart Winchester
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In the weeks since a gunman claimed 17 lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, courageous young people have marched and raised their voices to demand action on gun violence in the United States. They have had #enough.

Viacom and its brands have a long history of supporting young people’s movements around the world, and today the company is extending that tradition by leveraging its substantial multi-platform footprint to support these extraordinary individuals and amplify the reach and impact of their activism.

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