14th GLAAD Media Awards

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The 14th Annual GLAAD Media Awards (2003) were presented at three separate ceremonies: April 7 in New York ; April 26 in Los Angeles; and May 31 in San Francisco. The awards were presented to honor "fair, accurate and inclusive" representations of gay individuals in the media.

Special Recognition[edit]

Awards[edit]

Winners are presented in bold.[1]

Film Awards[edit]

Television Awards[edit]

Print[edit]

Digital[edit]

  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Article
    • "Fired for Being Gay" by Jennifer Barrett, Newsweek/MSNBC.com
    • "The Gay Purge" by Cheryl L. Reed, Salon.com
    • "More Than Just Cross-Dressing: Identifying the Transgender Market" by Kipp Cheng, DiversityInc.com
    • "One Man's Tale" by Josh Hammer, Newsweek/MSNBC.com
    • "Sleeping with the Enemy" by Flore de Préneuf, Salon.com
  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Overall Coverage
    • CourtTV.com
    • Newsweek/MSNBC.com
    • Salon.com

Music & Theater[edit]

References[edit]