25th GLAAD Media Awards

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The 25th GLAAD Media Awards was the 2014 annual presentation of the GLAAD Media Awards, presented by GLAAD honoring the 2013 season. The awards honored films, television shows, musicians and works of journalism that fairly and accurately represent the LGBT community and issues relevant to the community. The 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards honored 93 nominees in 20 English-language categories and 37 nominees in nine Spanish-language categories.

The nominees were announced on January 30, 2014.[1] The awards were presented in two separate ceremonies; at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on April 12, 2014,[2] and at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City on May 3, 2014.[3]

Winners and nominees[edit]

The winners are indicated in bold.[2][3]

English-language categories[edit]

Award Nominees
Outstanding Film - Wide Release
Outstanding Film - Limited Release
Outstanding Drama Series
Outstanding Comedy Series
Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBT character)
Outstanding TV Movie or Mini-Series
Outstanding Documentary
Outstanding Reality Program
Outstanding Talk Show Episode
Outstanding Daily Drama
Outstanding TV Journalism - News Magazine
Outstanding TV Journalism Segment
Outstanding Newspaper Article
Outstanding Magazine Article
Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage
Outstanding Digital Journalism Article
  • "Sex, Lies and HIV: When What You Don’t Tell Your Partner is a Crime" by Sergio Hernandez, Buzzfeed.com / ProPublica.org
  • "How Fallon Fox Became the First Known Transgender Athlete in MMA" by Loretta Hunt, SportsIllustrated.CNN.com
  • "How One Lawyer Turned the Idea of Marriage Equality into Reality" by Chris Geidner, Buzzfeed.com
  • "Prime Timers: Spotlight on LGBT Seniors" (series), Advocate.com
  • "Repression and Gay Rights in Russia" by Sean Guillory, TheNation.com
Outstanding Digital Journalism - Multimedia
  • "We Are Here: LGBTI in Uganda" by Sunnivie Brydum, D. David Robinson, Advocate.com
  • "Bisexuals Get Their Turn in the White House" by Alyona Minkovski, Live.HuffingtonPost.com
  • "Coming Out Kicking" by Cyd Zeigler, Outsports.com
  • "Remixing the Trans and Hip Hop Conversation" by Marc Lamont Hill, Live.HuffingtonPost.com
  • "To Get Married, They Left Ohio" by Julie Zimmerman on behalf of the Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Board, Cincinnati.Com
Outstanding Blog
  • The New Civil Rights Movement
  • Autostraddle
  • Elixher
  • Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
  • TransGriot
Outstanding Music Artist
Outstanding Comic Book

Spanish-language categories[edit]

Award Nominees
Outstanding Novela
Outstanding Daytime Talk Show Episode
Outstanding Talk Show Interview
  • (tie) "Debate por la igualdad" of Al Punto, Univision
  • (tie) "Decisión Histórica" of Sin Límites con Elizabeth Espinosa, CNN en Español
  • "Homosexuales en la delegación de los EE.UU." of Realidades en Contexto, CNN en Español
  • "Karina Hermosillo habló de sus motivos en Nuestra Belleza Latina" of Sábado Gigante, Univision
  • "El Matrimonio, Asunto de Dos" of Cala, CNN en Español
Outstanding TV Journalism - News Magazine
  • "Rompiendo Estereotipos" Aquí y Ahora, Univision
  • "Locutor Policía" Aquí y Ahora, Univision
  • "Lucha por la Igualdad" Panorama Mundial, CNN en Español
  • "El Pastor Homofóbico" Primer Impacto, Univision
Outstanding TV Journalism Segment
  • "Decisión Histórica" Noticiero Telemundo, Telemundo
  • "El Caso Zamudio" Nuestro Mundo, CNN en Español
  • "La comunidad gay hispana se siente perseguida en los EEUU" Noticiero Univision, Univision
  • "Mayoría de hispanos aceptan uniones homosexuales" Noticiero NTN, NTN
  • "Si nos dejan: adopciones entre parejas gays" Noticias MundoFox, MundoFox
Outstanding Local TV Journalism
  • "Natalia: rompiendo barreras" Noticiero Telemundo Arizona, KTAZ
  • "Hasta que la corte nos una" Noticias Telemundo 51, WSCV
  • "Mi niño es niña: familia en Florida cuenta su experiencia criando a una hija transgénero" Noticias 23 Univision, WLTV
  • "Reportaje Especial: Derechos Homosexuales" Noticiero Telemundo Washington, WZDC
  • "Undocuqueers" Noticias Univision 34, KMEX
Outstanding Newspaper Article
  • "Desiguales por imperativo legal" by Jose Ángel Gonzalo García de León, Diario Las Américas
  • "Critican homophobia de prelate" by Juan Matossian, El Diario La Prensa
  • "Un nuevo panorama migratorio para miles de parejas gay" by Eloy Bleifuss Prados, Diario Hoy
  • "Su esposa la hizo residente" by Virginia Gaglianone, La Opinión
  • "Transgéneros: discriminados tres veces" by Belhú Sanabria, La Raza
Outstanding Digital Journalism Article
  • "Richard Blanco: el poeta latino y gay que conquisto a Barack Obama" by Daniel Basteiro, voces.huffingtonpost.com
  • "Joven birracial y lesbiana es pionera en concurso de belleza de EE.UU.", CNNenEspañol.cnn.com
  • "Vive en California y ya se prepara para casarse" by Maritza Díaz Alcaide, PrimeraHora.com
Outstanding Digital Journalism - Multimedia
  • "Eric y Juan, un matrimonio feliz a pesar de todo" by Fernando Mexia, EFE.com
  • "Karina Hermosillo, de 'Nuestra Belleza Latina', es lesbiana y no tolera la discriminación", PeopleenEspañol.com
  • "Karina Hermosillo de 'Nuestra Belleza Latina' quiere ser la primera reina gay, voces.huffingtonpost.com
  • "Primera pareja gay hispana gana residencia permanente", HolaCiudad.com

Honorary awards[edit]

Stephen F. Kolzak Award recipient, Laverne Cox at the 25th GLAAD Media Awards, Los Angeles, April 12, 2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ "GLAAD Media Award Nominees Announced". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 30, 2014.
  2. ^ a b "25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Winners Announced". Deadline.com. April 12, 2014. Retrieved April 14, 2014.
  3. ^ a b Townsend, Megan (May 3, 2014). "George Takei, "Orange is the New Black," "Concussion" among #GLAADAwards recipients in New York City". GLAAD. Retrieved May 4, 2014.

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