Occupy Wall Street for the MTV crowd

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Jumping on the Occupy Wall Street movement, MTV announced new programming efforts to documents the lives of twentysomethings in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park.

MTV’s documentary series True Life plans to air a special episode, “I’m Occupying Wall Street,” on November 5. Cameras followed three young-ish demonstrators over a two-week period who, as MTV described, “get swept up in the political movement that has quickly grown into a global phenomenon.”

A more extended look at the Occupy Wall Street movement is also on the horizon. Last week, the production company that produces Real Word series, Bunim/Murray, posted an ad on Craigslist looking for cast members. (“This is the true story of eight strangers picked to live in a park.”)

Now if only Radiohead had actually played, the channel could have aired a real live music video for a change.

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Occupy Wall Street for the MTV crowd

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