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Reuters: MTV makes AIDS film and offers it for free

By Indiewire | Indiewire December 2, 2005 at 8:43AM

MTV, whose inception in 1981 coincided with the first reported case of AIDS, has made a film and released it to broadcasters for free on Thursday to educate young people about the epidemic. The feature-length "Transit" tells the story of eight young people whose lives are intertwined, and through a surprising twist highlights the danger of contracting the HIV virus even when it seems there is little risk. Reuters reports.
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MTV, whose inception in 1981 coincided with the first reported case of AIDS, has made a film and released it to broadcasters for free on Thursday to educate young people about the epidemic. The feature-length "Transit" tells the story of eight young people whose lives are intertwined, and through a surprising twist highlights the danger of contracting the HIV virus even when it seems there is little risk. Reuters reports.







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