Equitas Health has announced it will launch a statewide LGBTQ lifestyle publication this fall called Prizm. The publication and accompanying digital news service will focus on current events, health, arts & culture, fashion, politics, news, travel and entertainment and will serve as a resource for the LGBTQ community. The venture will serve as a new line of business and social enterprise for the not-for-profit regional community healthcare and social service delivery system.
Darren Styles, the managing director of Stream Publishing, today announced that the Attitude and Winq magazine editorial teams are to merge, with Matt Cain appointed editor-in-chief of both titles. Cain will also act as a spokesperson for the brands across all media.
Click here to edit the Logo, the Emmy® award-winning and leading entertainment brand inspired by the LGBTQ community, today announced that Matthew Breen would be joining the network as Editorial Director. Breen comes to Logo from The Advocate and Out magazines, where he served as editor-in-chief and deputy editor, respectively
of Connected Content at Logo/VH1 where he’ll be responsible for leading the editorial strategy for New Now Next, Logo’s home for the latest in pop culture, music, movies, TV, news and more, as well as the network’s digital properties.
Nominated for Editor of the Year at the Irish Magazine Awards, Brian Finnegan reflects on the massive journey GCN has taken since it was first published 28 years ago. Yesterday I was at the Today FM studios to contribute to an item on The Matt Cooper Show, when one of the researchers said to me...
With its launch of Kinkster MAG in fall 2015 followed by its apparel and merchandise branded as Kinkster NYC shortly after the publication, the seeds were sown for the formal establishment of Kinkster Brands NYC in fall 2016.
Founder Corey Wesley and co-owner John S. Myers launched Kinkster MAG in fall 2015 in part because they never felt like they were a part of a single community but rather they existed within many communities. The stereotypical images prominent in traditional gay media outlets offered little for them to connect with and led them to believe there was a specific norm within the LGBT community. As they came of age, met others, and experienced different people and environments, they learned that like most groups and subgroups what's considered "normal" is far more complicated and nuanced than what media and society had them believing.
We've challenged ourselves to a new series of videos! Spending only 24 hours in a city. What can you do in a city for only 24 hours? This time we are in San Francisco! What can we accomplish in a short amount of time? FIND OUT!