Posts by Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media

All of the brands of WarnerMedia going purple for Spirit Day 2k21!

Networks and brands across WarnerMedia showed support for LGBTQ youth for Spirit Day 2021 and took a stand against bullying!

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ViacomCBS stars show their purple pride on Spirit Day 2021!

ViacomCBS networks, shows, and stars kicked off #SpiritDay 2021 by showing their support for LGBTQ youth and taking a strong stand against bullying.

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73rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards wield few LGBTQ winners but several queer moments on stage

There were few LGBTQ winners - despite several queer-inclusive moments on stage - at the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards, which took place Sunday night in Los Angeles. 

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GLAAD and The Black List announce call for submissions for The 2021 GLAAD List

GLAAD and The Black List have announced plans for the third edition of GLAAD List, with a call for submissions for LGBTQ+-inclusive scripts. Filmmakers and content creators are invited to submit a film or pilot script for consideration by uploading it to The Black List website during the months of July, August, and September 2021.

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Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez, Billy Porter, and POSE make history with 73rd Annual Emmy Award nominations!

Michaela Jaé (Mj) Rodriguez, Billy Porter, and the entire POSE team made history with their 73rd Annual Emmy Award nominations!

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The Legend of the Underground explores queer life in Nigeria; here's how you can help!

The Legend of the Underground - premiering Tuesday, June 29th on HBO Max - is a look at the struggle against rampant discrimination in Nigeria today, as seen through the lens of several bold and charismatic, queer youth who fight to live out loud. And here's how you can help!

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The 93rd Annual Academy Awards include few LGBTQ inclusive moments, but greater racial diversity amongst nominees and winners

The 93rd Annual Academy Awards took place Sunday night from Union Station in Los Angeles; although there were few LGBTQ-inclusive nominees this year, the awards show celebrated greater diversity in other ways. 

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Tribeca Film Festival announces amazing 2021 LGBTQ-inclusive lineup of features, shorts, episodics, and

The 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, taking place from June 9th to 20th, presented by AT&T, has announced its 2021 feature film line-up and, once again, this year is shaping up to be a very LGBTQ-inclusive year.

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