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Media-Monitoring Group Launches In India June 1, 2008

Posted by nitinkarani in English, Gay & Lesbian, Organizations.
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From San Francisco Bay Times:


Media-Monitoring Group Launches In India

A gay journalists group has formed in Mumbai, India, to lobby for balanced treatment of gay issues in the media and entertainment industries. The Queer Media Collective kicked off its activities with an awards ceremony April 19, honoring, among others, the Hindustan Times newspaper, Time Out magazine, NDTV, Zee Café (a TV channel), Mumbai Mirror advice columnist Dr. Mahinder Watsa, Sunday Times columnist Bachi Karkaria, TV reporter Barkha Dutt, filmmaker Reema Kagti, the CNN-IBN documentary series The Alternate Sexuality, and, as queer newsperson of the year, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, who was disowned by his family for coming out in a news article.

“Barkha Dutt, who got the best-TV-journalist award, is pretty much the most respected TV journalist in the country,” said media collective spokesman Vikram Doctor.

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