With primaries in more than 20 states next week, MTV has announced "Super Tuesday" coverage plans for its hand-picked citizen journalism corps.
In each state with a Super Tuesday primary, a member of the "Street Team" will be streaming live coverage from the video camera of a Nokia N95 handset; N95s can upload video directly to the Web, and this will be the first time that MTV has experimented with live mobile-to-Web coverage.
The content can be accessed on the MTV News site and on MTV's "Choose or Lose" election site. An online map will indicate which bloggers are live at a given time as they report from polling stations, rallies, and other locations deemed of interest to young voters.
MTV is also co-hosting a final "presidential dialogue" with MySpace.com and the Associated Press on Saturday; in addition to already-confirmed candidates Hillary Clinton and Mike Huckabee, Barack Obama and Ron Paul have announced their plans to participate.