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  1. MTV Reality Head Lauren Dolgen Exits

    3:28 pm 6/14/2016

    The 19-year MTV executive will not be replaced at the Viacom-owned network.Read more

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  2. 'MTV Shuga' Viewers Twice as Likely to Get Tested for HIV, World Bank Study in Nigeria Finds

    8:50 am 6/8/2016

    Female viewers of the steamy African drama, which in its first two seasons starred Lupita Nyong'o, also show fewer cases of chlamydia.Read more

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  3. 'Faking It's' Gregg Sulkin Sets Follow-Up Comedy at MTV

    10:00 am 5/18/2016

    The actor will co-write and star in 'F-Unemployed,' which is in development at the cable network.Read more

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  4. Carter Covington Explains Why MTV Is Ending 'Faking It' With Season 3 (Exclusive)

    9:00 am 5/13/2016

    The showrunner opens up about the groundbreaking comedy's legacy, his biggest regret and how the May 17 finale doubles as a series-ender. Read more

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  5. Brothers Max, Charlie Carver to Star in MTV Drama 'Blooms'

    12:44 pm 5/5/2016

    They also are co-executive producing the drama from Drew Barrymore.Read more

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  6. MTV President Sean Atkins Solidifies New Leadership Team (Exclusive)

    11:55 am 5/5/2016

    Eli Lehrer will run MTV2; MLB's Jacqueline Parkes will oversee marketing; Viacom's Kristin Frank and Erik Flannigan also have shifted roles.Read more

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  7. MTV President Opens Up About Major Brand Reinvention: Music Is "Our Muse"

    9:01 am 4/21/2016

    Sean Atkins, in the job since September, talks about the direction he's taking the Viacom network with its massive upfront slate. Read more

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  8. MTV Orders 11 Unscripted Series, Including Music Competition Show From Mark Burnett

    9:00 am 4/21/2016

    The cable network is developing five scripted shows from producers Drew Barrymore, Pitbull, John Legend and more.Read more

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  9. 'The Shannara Chronicles' Renewed for Second Season at MTV

    10:00 am 4/20/2016

    The fantasy drama based on the book series will be back as the cable network continues to invest in originals. Read more

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  10. MTV Taps Conde Nast's Michael Klein as Head of Programming

    12:00 pm 3/28/2016

    He'll take over the position previously held by Susanne Daniels, who exited for YouTube in July. Read more

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