NEW YORK (AP) -- Think you have the write stuff?
MTV and Rolling Stone are teaming for a reality series that will focus on amateur journalists as they compete for a one-year staff position at the legendary magazine, an MTV spokeswoman announced Wednesday.
"The series will capture the drama and excitement of the fast-paced world of Rolling Stone," said Lois Curren, executive vice president of MTV programming, in a statement Wednesday. "Rolling Stone has long been an incubator for top journalists, which makes this an amazing opportunity for aspiring writers."
The untitled MTV series, scheduled to premiere later this year, will be taped from June to August in New York City. It will shadow candidates as they interview musicians, actors and politicians, and work with editors.
Wannabe contestants should visit www.rollingstone.com or www.mtv.com. The deadline for applications, including writing samples and a short video, is April 7.