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BETWEEN THE LINES, based in Livonia, Mich., hosted publishers from the 12 largest LGBTQ newspapers in the U.S. when they met in Detroit April 10-11 for the annual meeting of the NATIONAL LGBTQ MEDIA ASSOCIATION.
THE FIGHT, based in Los Angeles, published issue #100 in May 2019.
GOLIATH ATLANTA announced that it will now be published quarterly, rather than monthly, stating with its Spring 2019 issue. ROBERT BROWN and TODD DAVIS of BROWN DAVIS ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS were also hired as co-editors of the magazine’s new Design & Living section.
LGBTQ NATION managing editor BILL BROWNING announced changes in May 2 in a letter to readers. Those changes include a newly designed site, making the site more mobile friendly, and an increase in the number of writers.
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THE MONTROSE STAR, based in Houston, entered its 10th year of publication with its April 3, 2019, issue.
PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS announced that JESS BRYANT is its new editor, replacing interim editor DENISE FUHS. Previously, she was managing/assistant editor of the GETTYSBURG REVIEW, a Pennsylvania-based literary journal.
SCHNEPS MEDIA, owner of New York City-based GAY CITY NEWS, won 27 awards for editorial, design and photographic excellence at the NEW YORK PRESS ASSOCIATION 2018 Better Newspaper Awards, announced in April 2019.
THE STAR OBSERVER, Australia’s oldest LGBTQ publication and a community-owned nonprofit, as entered voluntary administration, similar to Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the U.S. The publication, founded in 1979, may be put up for sale.
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