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910 AM SUPERSTATION, based in Detroit, is the home of a weekly radio segment dedicated to LGBT conversations. This is a first for a large commercial radio station in Michigan. CURTIS LIPSCOMB, executive director of LGBT Detroit, and STEPH WHITE, executive director of Equality Michigan, are the show’s hosts. The program airs Mondays 8:00-8:15 p.m. and can be live streamed at www.910amsuperstation.com.
CHRONICLE, the new collaborative visual storytelling platform, has launched an initiative to crowdsource stories from LGBT individuals and organizations, creating a chronicle to tell the bigger story and visual history of the community. People and organizations add photographs with descriptive details directly to the LGBT chronicle (currently 1948-present) timeline to help build and be part of the story. Current participants include organizations and activists such as GWEN SMITH, founder of National Transgender Day of Remembrance; AYDIAN DOWLING, the first trans man on the cover of Men’s Health; and young YouTube influencer ARE THEY GAY. The chronicle can be accessed at onechronicle.com/chronicles/lgbtq.
GOGUIDE MAGAZINE, based in Iowa City, Iowa, announced the availability of a new program called GoGUIDE Cares.
ROBERT MOORE, the co-founder and former publisher of DALLAS VOICE, has been honoured by the Dallas Press Club with a Hugh Aynesworth Award for Excellence in Journalism. He was awarded for a photograph he took of police officer J.D. Smith during the July 7, 2016, Dallas Police ambush.
JAY YOCHIM is OUT & ABOUT NASHVILLE’s second full-time advertising salesperson. He recently moved to Nashville from Houston, Texas, where he was working for Nordstrom. He has a degree in public relations and is a former NCAA athlete.
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