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Preview: founder explores his ‘teenage dotcom millionaire’ past

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  1. Jean-Paul Bentham 9 Feb 2010, 2:00am

    “I wanted to create a work-safe LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered) news service that people really could read with confidence in the office.”

    That’s what I like most about PinkNews.

    Interesting story. Who knew?

    Thank you, Adam

  2. Justin Hafey 9 Feb 2010, 7:46am

    Awesome story Mate, well done!

  3. Mihangel apYrs 9 Feb 2010, 8:59am

    Interesting contrast with the Lord Brown story: Cohen has succeeded as a gay man, Brown closetted himself away: perhaps times are changing.

  4. what an amazing fella

  5. Thank you, Adam. I read PinkNews every day.

  6. John(Derbyshire) 10 Feb 2010, 12:02am

    Ben-If you read this-I was amazed you didn`t mention PinkNews in your Sunday Times column last week- and no mention of it in Radio Times either!! Why not-its a huge success and a massive tribute to your endurance!

  7. Benjamin Cohen 10 Feb 2010, 11:34am


    Thanks. I’m not 100% sure why I didn’t mention it. Mainly because the Sunday Times etc needed a narrative that ended with failure, then switching to Channel4 News. PinkNews is a mized bag, it is a huge editorial success and the thing I’m most proud of in the world, but commercially it’s not so true, it’s a hard market and one we’re only just making money from. Even then, it all goes back into the website to pay for more journalism.

    On the balance of everything, I should have mentioned it.

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