- Singapore sins. Robinson, Leslie // Gay & Lesbian Times;5/8/2008, Issue 1063, p27
The author reflects on the decision of the Media Development Authority (MDA) in Singapore to fine MediaCorp TV's Channel 5 for airing a gay-friendly television program.
- NICHE MARKETS. Hackett, Kim // Sarasota Magazine;Mar2007, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p32
The article focuses on the niche markets of Bobby Todd and Burt Sherwood. Bobby Todd owns Jewelry Brokers Inc., the pawnshop for the rich and famous. His motto is "Up to $10 million when you need it most." The biggest pawn was a Gulfstream jet for $3 million. Burt Sherwood, a resident of Siesta...
- FRANCE. Wockner, Rex // Just Out;Oct2004, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p24
Reports on the launching of PinkTV, France's first gay television network, on October 25, 2004. Programming of the network.
- Actor Sean Hayes to appear in new sit-com about gay fathers. Lloyd, Peter // Pink Paper;8/12/2011, p18
The article reports that American actor Sean Hayes, former star of "Will & Grace," will appear in a new television sit-com about gay fathers, produced by Universal Media Studios and Sony Pictures TV.
- In Memoriam: Lou Maletta. Stone, Martha E. // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide;Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p9
An obituary for Lou Maletta, founder of television network the Gay Cable Network, is presented.
- GLBT REALITY SHOWS. Smith, Bob // Out;Apr2003, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p32
Describes several potential reality-based television shows for gays and lesbians.
- Singapore TV station fined for too-gay broadcast. // Gay & Lesbian Times;5/8/2008, Issue 1063, p26
The article reports that Channel 5, a television station of MediaCorp TV, was fined by the Media Development Authority of Singapore for airing a gay-friendly program.
- Out of Closet TV: Setting the Record Straight. Jensen, Lillian // Lesbian News;Mar2006, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p15
The article reports on the efforts of OutoftheClosetTelevision.com (OOTC) to compete with other gay and lesbian online television networks. More than 200,000 users visited the network and watched some of its original GLBT programming. OOTC makes programming and online advertising campaigns in...
- TV faces obstacles. Curry, Sheree R. // Advertising Age;2/25/2002, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p19
The article reports on the plans by Viacom's MTV Networks and Showtime Networks to create a gay-oriented television channel in the United States. Both companies tried to analyze market acceptance of gay television shows by examining the popularity of National Broadcasting Corp.'s "Will & Grace"...