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MTV to air fundraiser for devastated Jersey shore

Utility crews work on power lines in response to superstorm Sandy as dusk falls in Ship Bottom, a community on Long Beach Island, N.J., Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Superstorm Sandy has left parts of New Jersey's beloved shore in tatters, sweeping away beaches, homes and amusement parks. The devastation leaves the state a blank canvas to redevelop. But environmentalists and shoreline planners are now urging the state to think about how — and if — to redevelop the shoreline. (Photo By The Associated Press)
Utility crews work on power lines in response to superstorm Sandy as dusk falls in Ship Bottom, a community on Long Beach Island, N.J., Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Superstorm Sandy has left parts of New Jersey's beloved shore in tatters, sweeping away beaches, homes and amusement parks. The devastation leaves the state a blank canvas to redevelop. But environmentalists and shoreline planners are now urging the state to think about how — and if — to redevelop the shoreline. (Photo By The Associated Press)
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Monday, November 05, 2012 09:54 am
NEW YORK — MTV, home of the "Jersey Shore" reality show, plans to air a fundraising special to help rebuild New Jersey's devastated shoreline.The one-hour program will air Nov. 15 from MTV's Times Square studio in New York City. It will feature the cast of "Jersey Shore" along with other guests.

The network said Monday the program will solicit contributions for the rebuilding of Seaside Heights, the heart of the Jersey shore and the principal setting for the "Jersey Shore" series.

For this effort, MTV will be partnering with Architecture for Humanity, a non-profit organization that provides design and construction services to communities in need.

Seaside Heights was among numerous coastal areas devastated by Sandy last week.

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