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Evolution, revolution, and the construction of a gay cable channel
Unformatted Document Text:  9 ENDNOTES 1 An earlier version of this paper was presented at “The gay cable channel: Gay ghetto or liberated zone?” NLGJA Annual Conference, September 14, 2002, Philadelphia. 2 For press coverage of this announcement and subsequent debates about its import, see: David Bauder, "Race on for "Gay TV"," Associated Press, April 30 2002; Michael Bronski, "Invisible Exposure: Two Media Powerhouses Have Announced Plans for Gay-and-Lesbian Cable Channels. But Could Gay TV Mean the Death of Queer Culture?," Boston Phoenix, January 31 2002; Maureen Dowd, ""Will & Will" 24/7," New York Times, January 13 2002; Michael Giltz, "Will Gay Pay?," New York Post, January 13 2002; David Goetzl, "Leading Edge: Showtime, MTV Gamble on Gay Net," Advertising Age, January 14 2002; Tim Goodman, "Channel for Gays? It's About Time," San Francisco Chronicle, January 21 2002; Gail Shister, "New Gay-Lesbian Channel Is Work of Two Wharton Chums," Philadelphia Inquirer, January 15 2002; and Lewis Whittington, "Opening TV's Closet to Different Audience," Philadelphia Inquirer, January 16 2002. 3 This and all other quotes from Farber and Falk come from “The gay cable channel: Gay ghetto or liberated zone?” NLGJA Annual Conference, September 14, 2002, Philadelphia. 4 Martha T. Moore, "Courting the Gay Market," USA Today, April 23 1993. 5 Riccardo A. Davis, "Marketers Game for Gay Events," Advertising Age, May 30 1994. 6 Two of three interviews are completed: the interviews are not yet transcribed for quotes.

Authors: Sender, Katherine.
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ENDNOTES
1
An earlier version of this paper was presented at “The gay cable channel: Gay ghetto or
liberated zone?” NLGJA Annual Conference, September 14, 2002, Philadelphia.
2
For press coverage of this announcement and subsequent debates about its import, see:
David Bauder, "Race on for "Gay TV"," Associated Press, April 30 2002; Michael Bronski,
"Invisible Exposure: Two Media Powerhouses Have Announced Plans for Gay-and-Lesbian
Cable Channels. But Could Gay TV Mean the Death of Queer Culture?," Boston Phoenix,
January 31 2002; Maureen Dowd, ""Will & Will" 24/7," New York Times, January 13 2002;
Michael Giltz, "Will Gay Pay?," New York Post, January 13 2002; David Goetzl, "Leading Edge:
Showtime, MTV Gamble on Gay Net," Advertising Age, January 14 2002; Tim Goodman,
"Channel for Gays? It's About Time," San Francisco Chronicle, January 21 2002; Gail Shister,
"New Gay-Lesbian Channel Is Work of Two Wharton Chums," Philadelphia Inquirer, January
15 2002; and Lewis Whittington, "Opening TV's Closet to Different Audience," Philadelphia
Inquirer, January 16 2002.
3
This and all other quotes from Farber and Falk come from “The gay cable channel: Gay
ghetto or liberated zone?” NLGJA Annual Conference, September 14, 2002, Philadelphia.
4
Martha T. Moore, "Courting the Gay Market," USA Today, April 23 1993.
5
Riccardo A. Davis, "Marketers Game for Gay Events," Advertising Age, May 30 1994.
6
Two of three interviews are completed: the interviews are not yet transcribed for quotes.


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