Out FM is an anti-racist, progressive LGBTQ public affairs and culture talk radio show airing on Tuesday evenings from 7pm to 8pm on WBAI 99.5 fm, Pacifica Radio in New York. Founded in 1982 (as "The Gay Show") the Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History called it "one of the oldest and longest-running queer programs in the United States.
Producers of OUT FM include Marle Becker, Naomi Brussel, John Riley, Brad Taylor, Tricia Spoto and Pedro Angel Serrano.
Guests have included intellectuals such as Urvashi Vaid and Dean Spade, political figures such as Larry Kramer and Rosie Mendez, and artists such as Jim Brochu and Jewelle Gomez.
External links 
- ^ The New Yorker, "Voice of the Cabal", December 4, 2006
- ^ The Advocate, Jul 11, 1995
- ^ Poz, "Obits", April 1998
- ^ Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History, p. 13
- ^ Puerto Rico Herald, "Wise Guy Skinhead Rutgers Disc Jockey Pedro Angel Serrano Is Happy To Be The `Old Wise Man'", April 18, 2004
- ^ Off Broadway World, "ZERO HOUR Star Jim Brochu to Appear Live on OUT-FM 1/11", January 11, 2010
- ^ Out FM Site