Posts by Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media


Sony Pictures’ upcoming LGBTQ-inclusive films ‘The Craft: Legacy’ and ‘Happiest Season’ bring holiday purple to #SpiritDay

The casts of Sony Pictures' The Craft: Legacy and Happiest Season both showed support for LGBTQ youth and take a stand against bullying on Spirit Day!

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ViacomCBS networks, shows, and stars go purple on #SpiritDay to show support LGBTQ youth and take a stand against bullying

In its first year reunited as ViacomCBS, talent from across the media conglomerate came together on GLAAD Spirit Day to show support for LGBTQ youth!

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Hulu kicks off #SpirtDay week with its fourth year of showcasing a curated content carousel collection

For the fourth year in a row, Hulu has kicked off the week leading up to GLAAD #SpiritDay by showcasing a custom carousel of incredible content to stream!

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'Schitt’s Creek' makes history at the 72nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, sweeping comedy categories and leading LGBTQ winners

Schitt’s Creek made history on Sunday night at the 72nd Annual Emmy Awards by sweeping all seven comedy series categories, making it the first show in Emmys history to do so. 

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Author Shamim Sarif is making huge waves in the YA thriller and screenwriting worlds

Award-winning Canadian/British novelist/screenwriter/director Shamim Sarif—a brown/feminist/lesbian/of South African/Indian/Muslim heritage—is out this fall with THE SHADOW MISSION, the sequel to THE ATHENA PROTOCOL, which itself is receiving its paperback release this week.

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Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences sets new Oscars Best Picture standards for diversity and inclusion

On Tuesday, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) announced new inclusion standards in order for a film to be eligible in the best picture category, a move that was praised by GLAAD. 

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‘We Are The Radical Monarchs’ introduces America to its next generation of great leaders

We Are The Radical Monarchs, a documentary about a group of young girls of color from the Bay Area at the front lines of social justice, makes its debut on PBS POV this week. 

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