Euclid Media Group published the premiere issue of Out In SA, a quarterly magazine for queer San Antonio, with coverage of local politics, culture, real estate, fashion, and food, and a team of advice columnists for our diverse lives: parenting,...
The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce brought a handful of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender business owners to Washington, D.C., for seminars about professional growth and paired them with mentors.
PPQ: Who came up with the name Tagg? Managing Editor Eboné Bell: I came up with the name. I wanted a name that meant “connecting” and “linking” the queer women’s community. In the game, when you tag someone, you have to reach out and touch them. Tagg seemed like the perfect name. Tagg, you’re it!
With Michael Sam stuck in football limbo, many are wondering where that leaves the movement for LGBT equality in professional sports. While the situation on the field remains murky, the National Football League has decided to use its heft as a business powerhouse to help the cause outside the arena.
The Philippines is considered as one of the many countries that has an influential Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender (LGBT) market. Their presence can be seen in the entertainment, business, socio-political, among other industry segments.
San Francisco-based non-profit Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is holding its annual Workplace Summit in its hometown this week for the first time, drawing the biggest crowd ever for the program focused on LGBT issues in the workplace.
Press Pass Q: What part of The Vital Voice is the most popular?CEO/Publisher Darin Slyman: Cover Features and profile stories. We focus on people doing amazing things in life. Some are politicians, but we do have more of a celebrity lineup over politicians. Also, smart LGBT business people who are making changes in their companies and/or heads of non-profits organization.
The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce held its National Dinner in the National Building Museum on Friday. Out athlete Jason Collins spoke at the annual event. (Washington Blade photos by Damien Salas)
It wasn't intolerance that pushed Jenn Grace from an insurance company marketing job into the life of being a "professional lesbian," her business tagline. It was work-life balance. When she and her wife became parents, a corporate job just didn't leave room for the parenting they wanted to do.
Honey Maid will present The Paley Center for Media's Annual Benefit Gala in Los Angeles on Wednesday, TheWrap has learned. This year's benefit will focus on television's depiction of the LGBT equality struggle throughout several decades — a fitting cause for Honey Maid, given a March ad campaign from the company entitled “This Is Wholesome” featured a same-sex couple in a narrative about modern American families.
The men behind New York's Big Gay Ice Cream announced they would be opening up shop in Philadelphia earlier this year — an announcement that was actually made prematurely. But now Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff say the store's opening is coming soon.
Developing and Successfully Executing an Online Campaign as an Amateur or Small Business - The new media revolution is shifting the power of content publication to individuals rather than producers, editors or large publishers. Online campaigns are a simple, inexpensive and effective way to engage an audience of potential customers. Through self-hosted websites, blogs and social media, individual business managers and owners have the power to create and publish content directly to a desired and targeted audience. This session will explore how even small businesses and amateurs can execute an effective online campaign that will promote their offering by building relationships with influencers, receiving valuable media attention and by ultimately meeting the needs and desires of their future customer base.