Tag Archives: NGLJA

Buzzfeed Reporter Chris Geidner Named NGLJA’s Journalist Of The Year

The National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association has named Buzzfeed reporter Chris Geidner its 2014 Journalist Of The Year. Via Politico: Geidner, the site’s legal editor, has turned LGBT issues into a full-time beat at BuzzFeed, and wrote several features on the history of the marriage equality movement, including profiles of Edith Windsor and Mary Bonauto. “We’re so proud of ...

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Fox Anchor Shep Smith Attends LGBT Journo Gala, Does Not Come Out

Last week I reported that Fox anchor Shep Smith was the list of attendees for the annual gala held by the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, which was held last night in NYC. As you can see from Don Lemon’s selfie above, Smith did attend. But he did not come out despite being confronted by a reporter from the ...

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LGBT Journos Visit The White House

That’s me in the front row center in the red coat.

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LGBT Journos To Meet In DC

This weekend I’ll be in DC where the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association will host the 2014 meeting of LGBT media folks. The event is sponsored by the Haas Jr. Fund, a social welfare group founded 51 years ago by the then-chairman of Levi Strauss and his wife. This is the fifth annual Haas event for LGBT media, which ...

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Dan Savage Vs Porno Pete

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Houston’s Mayor Speaks To Gay Journos

As I mentioned yesterday, openly gay Houston Mayor Annise Parker provided the welcoming speech for this weekend’s convention of LGBT journalists. Miami Herald reporter Steve Rothaus recorded the speech. His clip description: Houston Mayor Annise Parker speaks at the 2012 National LGBT Editor/Blogger Convening about being elected to a second term; her longtime life partner Kathy Hubbard and being co-chair ...

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NGLJA’s Media Map

Click over for the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association’s interactive national LGBT media map, which shows news-oriented publications and websites by state. A lot of states are blank and the NGLJA invites your input if you know of unlisted titles. (Via – Queerty)

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On The “Death” Of LGBT Print Media

Over on Mediaite, Michael Triplett of the National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association covers the demise of the Washington Blade and other LGBT print titles and what physical gay newspapers have meant to us. Like other “minority” media, it is easy to underestimate the significance of the LGBT press for the gay community. For many of us, it was the ...

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