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‘In the Life’ comes to UNC TV


Martina Navratilova appears as guest host on ‘In the Life,’ which debuts on UNC-TV March 3, at 11 p.m.
America’s pioneer gay and lesbian newsmagazine“In the Life“ now airs monthly on UNC-TV. Although ‘In the Life’ airs nationally on 246 public television stations every month, reaching 70 million U.S. households, UNC-TV is only the second station in the South to offer the series as part of its regular programming.

This March, in honor of Women’s History Month, “In the Life” celebrates the diverse lives and accomplishments of several extraordinary women in its episode “Leading Ladies,” airing March 3 on UNC-TV. Tennis legend Martina Navratilova serves as guest host.

UNC-TV will air “In the Life” on its educational channel the first Saturday of every month at 11 p.m., reaching 600,000 homes in the Research-Triangle area.

Additional episodes of “In the Life” are available to download via podcast at www.inthelifetv.org. Research-Triangle residents may also sign up to receive airdate and program alerts online.
here! launches on Time Warner Cable in greater Charlotte area

here!, America’s premium gay television network, is pleased to announce that it is now available as a Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) service to Time Warner Cable customers in the greater Charlotte, N.C., area.

For a monthly fee of $6.95, subscribers to Time Warner Charlotte will have access to here!’s variety of award-winning original series, films, documentaries and specials, as well the world’s largest collection of gay and lesbian films appealing to the broad-based, diverse LGBT audience.

Available to approximately 180,000 digital cable subscribers, here! can be found on Time Warner Digital Cable Channel 899. To order the service, customers may call 877-566-4TWC or subscribe online at www.twcarolina.com.  

Recent and upcoming here! original films, series and specials include: “The DL Chronicles,” an award-winning series focusing on the diverse stories of men of color who by consequence and by choice, live sexually duplicitous and secret lifestyles; “The Lair,” a provocative and sexy vampire horror series; “Dante’s Cove,” ranked “Best Soap of the Year” by The Advocate; the critically acclaimed “Shock To The System: A Donald Strachey Mystery,” the second installment in the series of original films starring Chad Allen as a gay private investigator; the provocative six-part docu-series “Lesbian Sex and Sexuality,” an unblinking look inside the world of lesbian culture from award-winning producer Katherine Linton; and the original film “Shelter,” an indie romantic drama about love, family and trying to stay true to yourself.

Logo launches online store
Logo recently launched its online store at logoonline.com, featuring a collection of the best-known and soon-to-be-discovered LGBT themed films, books and albums as well as the first-ever retail availability of Logo-branded apparel.

Available now in the “Shop” site at LOGOonline.com:
• Logo shows including “Noah’s Arc: The Complete First Season” DVDand CDs featuring music from the show; all five seasons of “Queer As Folk” on DVD; Logo’s “Real Momentum” documentary DVDs including “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” “Southern Comfort” and “Paris Is Burning”and CDs from Logo’s acclaimed NewNowNext Music, which featuresnew and established LGBT artists.
• Logo-branded T-shirts and “hoody” sweatshirts. 
• DVDs featuring the films from Logo’s popular “The Click” list: 50Greatest Films on-air and online series, in which LGBT viewers voted and made their choices for the greatest films with LGBT storylines and characters, including “Brokeback Mountain,” “Angels in America,” “Desert Hearts,” “Beautiful Thing,” “Y Tu Mama Tambien,” “The Birdcage” and “Transamerica.”
• Music, films and books with an LGBT appeal selected by Logo’s team of LGBT entertainment programmers, bloggers and editors.

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