Out & About Newspaper

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Out & About Newspaper
Oan cover march 2010.jpg
Type tabloid
Publisher Jerry Jones[1]
Founded 2002
Language English
Headquarters POB 330818, Nashville, TN 37203-7505[2]
Circulation 30,000
Official website Out & About Newspaper

Out & About Newspaper is a free, monthly LGBT newspaper in Nashville, Tennessee.


Out & About Newspaper was started in 2002.[3] The newspaper has a target audience of more than 250,000 people.[3] Circulation for the newspaper is 30,000 per month.[4] It is the largest LGBT publication in Tennessee.[5]

Out & About Today[edit]

The newspaper is produced alongside a broadcast news feature on WTVF-TV called "Out & About Today." "Out & About Today" is hosted by Brent Meredith, Pam Wheeler, and Chuck Long.[citation needed] The news feature focuses on news, entertainment, and business information for the gay and lesbian community of Nashville.[6]


In August 2012, it was revealed that a thirty-year employee of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center was caught on surveillance cameras stealing copies of the newspaper to throw them away since April of the same year.[7][8][9][10][11]


  1. ^ Staff
  2. ^ Frances Green, Gayellow Pages USA #30 2008-2009, Renaissance House Gayellow Pages, 2008, p. 182 [1]
  3. ^ a b About
  4. ^ Mondo Times
  5. ^ Inside Out Nashville
  6. ^ About Out & About Today
  7. ^ Tony Gonzalez, Newspaper thief at Vanderbilt caught on video, The Tennessean, August 8, 2012
  8. ^ Theft of O&AN at Vanderbilt prompts call for help, Out & About Newspaper, August 7, 2012
  9. ^ Neal Broverman, Gay Newspaper Thief Caught at Nashville's Vanderbilt University, The Advocate, August 9, 2012
  10. ^ Stephen Gray, University employee threw away gay newspapers, Pink News, 9 August 2012
  11. ^ Vanderbilt University Employee Caught Throwing Away Stacks Of LGBT Newspapers, Instinct, August 9, 2012

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