11th March 2015
Comment: Yes, Plaid Cymru’s ‘coming out’ broadcast was offensive 30
6:35 PM — PinkNews reader Benjamin Rock speaks out against an advert released last week by Plaid Cymru, which featured a man 'coming out' as a Plaid Cymru voter.
1st March 2015
First lesbian kiss on South Korean TV sparks complaints 19
1:51 PM — A lesbian kiss on TV in South Korea has led to a number of complaints to the country's regulator.
8th December 2014
Irish broadcast watchdog wants pro-gay messages ‘balanced’ with anti-gay ones 24
4:37 PM — The National Union of Journalists has attacked the Irish broadcast regulator, for insisting that pro-gay voices are 'balanced' with anti-gay ones ahead of the country's equal marriage referendum.
14th September 2014
New York: Radio hosts fired for calling trans people ‘nut jobs’ return to airwaves 8
11:41 AM — A pair of radio hosts who were fired for making transphobic comments have been given a new show just four months later.
8th September 2014
Broadcast guru becomes Ed Miliband’s first out adviser 1
7:58 PM — Ed Miliband has appointed an openly gay broadcaster to his shadow adviser team.
15th August 2014
Ireland: Radio host condemned by broadcast regulator for supporting same-sex marriage 16
3:52 PM — A radio show host has been condemned by Ireland's broadcast regulator for voicing his support for same-sex marriage.
18th May 2014
Poll: 47% of Americans think Michael Sam kiss was inappropriate for TV 93
1:54 PM — 47 percent of Americans think that it was 'inappropriate' for Michael Sam's kiss with his boyfriend to be broadcast on TV.
6th March 2014
Canada: Gay porn channel told to ‘show more Canadian content’ 25
9:15 PM — A gay porn channel in Canada has been ordered to start showing more Canadian content by the broadcast regulator.
6th October 2012
US: The number of LGBT characters on TV has increased, GLAAD study finds 21
1:50 AM — The number of gay and bisexual characters in the upcoming US television season, including cable TV, is on the rise, according to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
1st May 2012
DJ apologises after telling man to have gay daughter ‘screwed straight’ 43
11:12 AM — US media company, Clear Channel Inc. has moved swiftly to distance itself from the storm created last week when Dominic Dieter, a DJ at their Cleveland radio station, WMMS, went on air and apparently advocated the 'corrective rape' of a young gay woman.
7th January 2011
Ofcom won’t intervene over BBC interview with gay execution supporter 75
2:43 PM — Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom will not intervene over complaints at a BBC News interview with an anti-gay extremist who has supported the execution of HIV-positive gay men.
Did you complain to the BBC about Stephen Green interview? 26
2:20 PM — Did you complain to the BBC over a News interview broadcast last week with anti-gay extremist Stephen Green? While broadcasting watchdog Ofcom has received 95 complaints, the BBC says it will not release the number it received because there was "evidence of a lobby".
29th December 2010
Exclusive: Why did BBC call on Christian who supports execution of gays to comment on Sir Elton’s baby? 139
3:46 AM — The BBC's flagship News at Six on BBC One featured a right-wing fundamentalist Christian who had previously supported the execution of gay people to comment on the birth of a surrogate son to Sir Elton John and his civil partner David Furnish. Incredibly, the BBC did not seem to realise that the same preacher had faced bankruptcy after losing an attempted private prosecution for blasphemy against the director general of the BBC after the character of Jesus described himself as "a little bit gay" in 'Jerry Springer: The Opera'.
31st December 2009
Televised trial of Proposition 8 ‘possible’ 1
2:37 PM — Challenge to legislation banning gay marriage could be broadcast as part of a new initiative in the US.