by Fred Kuhr
REVRY, the digital streaming service dedicated to providing content to the LGBT community, announced a partnership with Queerty, the popular digital news and content site.
The launch of REVRY’s QueertyTV Channel coincides with the launch of Queerty’s own browser-based video content service dubbed QueertyTV.
“We are excited to announce this partnership with one of the giants in the online LGBTQ world,” said Damian Pelliccione, co-founder and CEO of Los Angeles-based REVRY. “By aligning our mission of telling stories that change the world with Queerty’s goal of providing reliable and informative news and content to the LGBTQ and allied communities, we are optimistic that this will serve to further educate and inform our viewers.”
Content at launch includes the web series “Going Places,” which tells the personal stories of five openly gay filmmakers, and
“On the Red Carpet,” which focuses on interviews on the eponymous red carpets of LGBT celebrations and premieres. Rounding out the initial lineup is “Out in GayCities,” a travelogue to LGBT-friendly cities.
“We believe Queerty’s brand of entertainment and news is a perfect fit for REVRY,” said Scott Gatz, CEO of Queerty’s Parent Company Q Digital, “We’re excited to announce the launch of our dedicated channel on this multi-platform service.”
The Queerty Channel is available now on REVRY at www.revry.tv. REVRY bills itself as the world’s first LGBTQ streaming service dedicated to all forms of digital entertainment created by and for queer and allied audiences.
(Disclaimer: THE POINT, a web series and talkshow produced by Press Pass Q Editor Fred Kuhr, is available on REVRY.)
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