18th GLAAD Media Awards

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18th Annual GLAAD Media Awards (2007)

Locations:

Special recognition[edit]

Award Nominees[edit]

(winners are bolded)[1][2][3][4]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

  • OUTSTANDING TV JOURNALISM – NEWS SEGMENT
    • "The Equality Ride" - MTV News: The Amazing Break (MTV)
    • "Military Expulsion" - Good Morning America Weekend (ABC)
    • "Same-Sex Marriage" - Live From… (CNN)
    • "Secret Love: Gay Life in the Middle East" - Inside the Middle East (CNN)
    • "Transgender Teen" - Paula Zahn Now (CNN)

Print[edit]

  • OUTSTANDING NEWSPAPER ARTICLE
    • "Even Deep in Dixie, Gays Sense Inexorable Shift Toward Acceptance" by David Crary (Associated Press)
    • "Fathers in the Making" by Kevin Sack (Los Angeles Times)
    • "Gay Teens Are Using the System" by Seema Mehta (Los Angeles Times)
    • "Hill Republicans Air Out the Closet" by Jose Antonio Vargas (The Washington Post)
    • "Supporting Boys or Girls When the Line Isn't Clear" by Patricia Leigh Brown (The New York Times)
  • OUTSTANDING MAGAZINE ARTICLE
    • "I am Woman" by D. Cookie Fields as told to Michelle Burford (Essence)
    • "The Out Crowd" by Jason Newman (Urb)
    • "The Pressure to Cover" by Kenji Yoshino (The New York Times Magazine)
    • "Queer Inc." by Marc Gunther (Fortune)
    • "What if it's (Sort of) a Boy and (Sort of) a Girl?" by Elizabeth Weil (The New York Times Magazine)
  • OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM ARTICLE
    • "BV Q&A with Julian Bond: Why this Civil Rights Icon Embraces Gay Rights" by Angela Bronner (BlackVoices.aol.com)
    • "The Glass Closet" by Alex Koppelman (Salon.com)
    • "Homosexual and 'Passionate About Islam'" by Jennifer Carlile (MSNBC.com)
    • "How Many Strikes?" by Erin Marie Daly (IntheFray.com)
    • "Is Fear the Best Way to Fight AIDS?" by Kai Wright (TheNation.com)
  • OUTSTANDING DIGITAL JOURNALISM – MULTIMEDIA
    • "AIDS at 25: A Multimedia Perspective" (Newsweek.com)
    • "Being a Gay Black Man" by Ben de la Cruz, Pierre Kattar, and Sholnn Z. Freeman (WashingtonPost.com)
    • "Mookey's Story" by Carolyn Goossen, Daffodil Altan, and Min Lee (NewAmericaMedia.org)
  • OUTSTANDING ADVERTISING – PRINT

Music & Theater[edit]

  • OUTSTANDING NEW YORK THEATER: OFF–OFF BROADWAY
    • 33 to Nothing by Grant James Varjas
    • Candy and Dorothy by David Johnston
    • Dina Martina: Sedentary Lady by Grady West
    • Kiss and Cry by Tom Rowan
    • Sinner by Ben Payne

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