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BBC Three celebrates Pride

Throughout the month of June, BBC Three will be commemorating Pride with a host of programming and content that explores and celebrates the LGBTQ+ community. New titles include I Kissed A Boy: The Reunion, This is Gay and Keeping up with Krystal Versace, whilst viewers can also find a rage of documentaries and award winning […]

June 2, 2023By Nik Roseveare

VIS Social Impact launches Beyond the Binary: Fluid Voices

VIS Social Impact, the cause-driven production division of Paramount’s international studio, VIS, has announced the launch of its inaugural writers’ room; ‘Beyond the Binary: Fluid Voices,’ led by actor, writer and director Thishiwe Ziqubu. A stellar line-up of seven African writers with different levels of experience have been selected for the opportunity to create content […]

March 29, 2022

WhaleLive adds Revry’s LGBTQ+ channels

ZEASN, a provider of OTT and smart TV solutions, has announced a partnership with Revry, the global LGBTQ-first streaming media network. The deal encompasses the launch of the Revry streaming channels on ZEASN’s free ad-supported live streaming service WhaleLive, and to make the Revry apps available on tens of millions of Whale Eco enabled smart […]

March 23, 2022

Filmzie adds curated slate of LGBTQ+ content

Filmzie, the free film streaming and social platform, has added a curated catalogue of feature length and short films around LGBTQ+ stories and directors. The slate includes Gwenn Joyaux’s multi award winning film Tomorrow Island, an atmospheric love story set in the arctic circle at the dawn of the Cold War. The film follows a […]

March 1, 2022

BT Sport airs Life Stories for LGBTQ+ History Month

As part of LGBTQ+ History month, BT Sport will air Life Stories, a series that celebrates the lives and careers of LGBTQ+ athletes and organisations across the UK. Stories from all corners of the sporting landscape will be shared throughout the month-long series, including professional road cyclist’s Pippa York, former British professional boxing champion Nicola […]

February 11, 2022

Broadcasters dismayed by Hungary anti-LGBTIQ law

Broadcaster Associations across Europe are concerned about the effects and potential precedence setting of the recent Bill adopted by the Hungarian National Assembly amending the national Acts on Media Services & Mass Media and Advertising. The Bill openly discriminates against LGBTIQ communities and contravenes fundamental rights enshrined in articles 7,9 11, 16 and 21 of […]

June 30, 2021

Analyst: SVoD drives demand for LGBT+ content

Research from Ampere Analysis has revealed that the SVoD players are leading the way in commissioning LGBT+ content. Between Q1 2019 and Q2 2020, 12 commissioners globally ordered multiple LGBT+ movies or series. 80 per cent of those commissions were destined

August 10, 2020