Big Gay News Launches; offers daily podcast of GLBT world headlines

By |2018-01-16T05:11:39-05:00October 31st, 2017|Uncategorized|

Minneapolis (PRWeb) – Beginning last month, Minnesota-based Lavender Media expanded its already successful podcast lineup with the launch of Big Gay News (www.biggaynews.com). The unique podcast and companion Web site provide news headlines for a highly diverse, global GLBT community.
The five- to 10-minute daily podcast is comprised of current, relevant news stories gathered from a number of trusted international sources. “If it’s of interest to the broader GLBT community, you will hear it on Big Gay News,” said show host and producer Bradley Traynor. “Plus, it’s a great alternative to hunting down and reading a bunch of stories on the Web. Just click, listen and connect!”
The show’s classic format, neutral tone, and avoidance of tabloid-style “infotainment” illustrate a desire on the part of the show’s creators to respect the intelligence of its listeners. “Our goal is to educate and inform, not titillate or pander,” Traynor said. “Your time is valuable and we want you to walk away feeling better informed and connected to the community.”
With less than a month in production, the show is already receiving the respect and praise of its audience. A recent listener comment stated, “this podcast manages to present serious stories in a succinct and engaging way… it makes a great jumping off point or a wonderful destination in itself for news of interest.”
People can listen to the show every weekday, directly from the website, http://www.biggaynews.com, or through the free iTunes podcast directory. In addition, each story mentioned on the podcast is available in text format on the Web site for listeners to comment on and share with others.
Journalists and others with relevant GLBT-related news content are also invited to submit their stories for inclusion in the podcast via the Web site.

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