OutCasting Media Coverage

 

In the media:

 

  • February 2017:  National LGBT Radio Show Finds Home at MSU, published by PrideSource.
  • November 2016:  OutCasting radio program gives voice to LGBTQ youth at MSU — article about OutCasting's bureau at Michigan State University, published by The Big Green, an MSU publication.
  • October 2016:  Radio's LGBT Youth Program Announces Bureau at Michigan State University, published by PrideSource.
  • September 19, 2016: Out on the airwaves — LGBTQ radio program to open bureau at MSU article about OutCasting's bureau at Michigan State University, published in Lansing City Pulse.  Also: related radio interview (aired on WDBM at MSU, 9/24/16):

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    For full program including the interview, click here.

  • September 12, 2016:  OutCaster Kayl of our bureau at Michigan State and OutCasting founder Marc Sophos are interviewed by Scott Pohl on the program Current State on MSU's NPR station, WKAR AM 870 and FM 90.5.

  • May 8, 2016:  This Teen Learned To Accept His Sexuality And Gender ‘In Different Ways’ — Huffington Post, about OutCasting Episode 31
  • April 11, 2016:  OutCasting Gives Voice to LGBTQ Issues — featuring OutCasting's new bureau at Michigan State University (studentaffairs.msu.edu).

  • March 13, 2015:  Chris Mosier explains the issues facing trans athletes in a powerful interviewOutsports.  "Chris Mosier, a transgender triathlete, sat down for a powerful interview with OutCasting recently that is a must-listen."

  • November 6, 2014:  Young, Queer, On the Air — The Advocate.  "In-depth, well researched, and punchy in the right ways... NPR-level production values....  What makes all this remarkable is that most of the people working on the show... are barely old enough to drive."

  • June 20, 2014:  Public radio gives LGBT youth a voice — GLAAD.  "... some of the most honest and accurate representations of LGBT and allied youth in the media"

  • June 18, 2014:  'Outcasting' Radio Program Elevates Lives Of Queer Youth — Huffington Post.  "[OutCasting] injects an LGBT narrative into the conversation surrounding mainstream radio that historically lacks this kind of perspective."

  • October 5, 2011:  WDFH radio program givesLower Hudson Valley's gay youths a voice [pdf] — front page article in The Journal News, the Gannett daily serving New York's lower Hudson valley (coinciding with OutCasting's first broadcast on WDFH).  "Their ideas were thoughtful and engaging.  Their mission was clear: to be a resource for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youths and to provide a meaningful voice for this often marginalized group."

Audio and video:

  • July 3, 2015:  OutCasting founder and executive producer Marc Sophos interviewed on Show Biz Weekly on the Michigan Business Network

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  • June 25, 2014: OutCaster Nicole and executive producer Marc Sophos interviewed on The Michelangelo Signorile Show on SiriusXM Progress 127 about OutCasting and our documentary on marriage equality and binational couples

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  • June 15, 2012:  Video —  Marc Sophos, OutCasting's creator and executive producer, featured as New Yorker of the Week on NY1, New York City's excellent cable news channel.

 

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