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In early 2008, journalist and youth advocate Billy Hallowell launched Static News -- a dynamic super-blog committed to presenting news, commentary and perspective on some of the toughest and most relevant social and political issues affecting contemporary American society. In July 2008, Billy invited Stephen Nichols from MTV's Real World Denver to join him in transforming Static News into a nationwide project aimed at getting America's young generation (ages 13-30) motivated, educated and prepared to make informed decisions during the 2008 presidential campaign. Static News is bringing hard-hitting dialog, discussion and debate to our weekly radio program as we hash out the issues that are most important to the Millennial Generation.

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On Tuesday evening, America will speak her mind. Join Billy Hallowell, MTV's Stephen Nichols and special guests as they debate and discuss the 2008 presidential election live!

Static News delves into the final week.

ACORN, America's young generation and countdown to election 2008.

Join Stephen and Billy for a political discussion focusing on Sarah Palin and the insanity surrounding the 2008 presidential campaign.

A discussion delving into McCain's speech with special guests Sophia Nelson, Ian Droste and others! Be sure to sign on to hear their perspective about McCain, Palin and Thursday's RNC action!

MTV's Stephen Nichols and Billy Hallowell discuss and debate VP nominee Sarah Palin and plenty more!

Billy Hallowell and MTV's Stephen Nichols are back to discuss Barack Obama's speech! Listen live as they discuss and debate all of the talking points directly following Obama's address at the Democratic National Convention.

Journalist and advocate Billy Hallowell, a McCain supporter and MTV's Stephen Nichols, an Obama supporter, are here to provide you with a full picture of where their candidates stand. "The Weekly Static" radio show will be centered around... more