CNBC is in the business of equality, stands up for LGBT youth on #spiritday
Members of the CNBC team got involved worldwide in seemingly countless ways, helping NBCUniversal create a global sea of purple for LGBT youth on Spirit Day
MSNBC is dedicated to #spiritday; hosts Twitter chat with GLAAD President
MSNBC took part in Spirit Day all day long with on-air segments dedicated to Spirit Day in addition to a popular Twitter chat with GLAAD's President, several articles, and op-eds.
The Today show, The View, GMA among morning shows to stand against bullying for #spiritday
Support for LGBT youth started bright and early this morning nationwide, and in multiple languages, with The Today show, The View, Good Morning America, The Talk, Un Nuevo Dia on Telemundo, and more.
NBC starts the morning right, goes purple for #spiritday
UPDATE: 'America's Got Talent' airs song mocking trans women
Last night, NBC's reality competition show America's Got Talent ended its final audition episode with a musical performance from an 84-year-old man singing an original song about not wanting to date a woman because she had "male genitalia," and which included lyrics like "there's always some failure, always some flaw." As the song's "joke" dawned on the audience and judges, they erupted in laughter and the contestant was unanimously voted onto the next round.
GLAAD meets with NBCUniversal to discuss transgender media images
Over the past month, GLAAD staff met with over 30 senior executives at MSNBC, NBC News, Bravo, and Oxygen for a discussion about fair, accurate, and inclusive media representations of transgender people in both news and entertainment.
First GLAAD Gold Medal Winners: Bob Costas and Vladimir Pozner explain anti-LGBT backdrop of Olympics
When a sports reporter uses the T-word on Twitter
NBC Sports' Michelle Beadle used the T-word in a tweet to describe an encounter she had with someone at a store.