The programmes will take the form of debates held on university campuses between young Americans and the 11 presidential hopefuls.
Questions will come from the live studio audiences, as well as emails, text messages and instant messages from online viewers.
Ian Rowe, vice president of strategic partnerships at MTV, said that the debates would be the first true digital representation of the community.
Candidates already confirmed to participate in the MySpace and MTV Presidential Dialogue series include:
Former Senator John Edwards
Senator Hillary Clinton
Senator Chris Dodd
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani
Republican Duncan Hunter
Senator John McCain
Senator Barack Obama
Republican Ron Paul
Governor. Bill Richardson
Former Governor. Mitt Romney
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