Radio

iHeartRadio goes purple for #spiritday

iHeartRadio decorated their entire website in purple by changing their header and the skin of the website. They made their logo purple to show support as well.

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LISTEN: iHeartRadio tunes out bullying with new #SpiritDay Radio channel

Ke$ha, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Demi Lovato, Frank Ocean, Adam Lambert, Melissa Etheridge, and Cher are among those featured on iHeartRadio's all new "Spirit Day Radio" station, which Clear Channel Media and Entertainment launched today in a stand against bullying and to show the company's support for LGBT youth.

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August 15, 2013

Melissa Carter, one of Atlanta's first openly gay radio personalities and GLAAD Leadership Council member, returns to radio on Atlanta's B98.5

GLAAD congratulates Melissa Carter, one of the one of the first openly gay radio personalities, on her return to morning radio on 98.5 alongside Jeff Elliott.

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June 7, 2013

Radio hosts Lex and Terry to apologize for trans murder comment

Syndicated radio hosts Lex and Terry will make a formal apology and will be working with GLAAD and transgender advocates to address the issue of anti-trans violence on the air, following an anti-transgender incident that occurred on their program earlier this week.
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Out radio host Elvis Duran speaks with GLAAD

Famed radio personality Elvis Duran -- host of the nationally-syndicated Elvis Duran and the Morning Show -- speaks with GLAAD about equality, radio and attending GLAAD Manhattan on 8/7.
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GLAAD Calling for Suspension After Horrific Anti-Gay Remark on Cleveland's WMMS

GLAAD is calling on Clear Channel and Cleveland radio station WMMS to suspend radio personality Dominic Dieter for vile anti-gay remarks made on-air this morning.

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Associated Press to Honor Out Gay Reporter Hank Plante

On June 2nd, retired political reporter Hank Plante will accept the 2012 Stan Chambers Award for Extraordinary Achievement from the Associated Press Television and Radio Association. Plante was one of the first openly gay TV reporters in the country.

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November 14, 2011

‘To The Point’ Host Apologizes for Linking Penn State Scandal and LGBT Parents

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To The Point Misses the Point After Carelessly Linking Penn State Scandal to Gay and Lesbian Parenting

On November 11, KCRW, a California-based affiliate of NPR which boasts nearly 400,000 regular listeners, hosted guest

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