31st GLAAD Media Awards Happening July 29-30

GLAAD Media Awards In New York After Coronavirus Concerns – Deadline

Normally the GLAAD Media Awards are spread out in a bi-coastal ceremony that has some of it taking place in Los Angeles in March or April, and the other half of it in New York in May. .

The Trump Virus forced cancellation of both the live events and necessitated their conversion into the first virtual ceremony in GLAAD Media Awards history.

That virtual ceremony will take place on July 29-30. 

While all of us who were nominated have had to wait a little bit longer to find out if we won, as many of you TransGriot readers are aware of, I received my fifth nomination in the Outstanding Blog category. 

When I won it in 2018, I was the first trans blogger ever to do so and the third African American TBLGQ one to do so after Rod 2.0 Beta and Alvin McEwen’s Holy Bullies And Headless Monsters .

If my name is called, I would become the first ever two time winner of the award.

The Outstanding Blog category is tough again with last year’s winner Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents, 2011 winner Joe My God, Gays With Kids and My Fabulous Diseasein the mix.

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Wednesday, July 29 on GLAAD’s Twitter:

10am ET: Outstanding TV Movie

11am ET: Outstanding Film – Limited Release

12pm ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language Digital Journalism – Video or Multimedia

1pm ET: Outstanding Documentary

2pm ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Journalism Segment

3pm ET: Outstanding Newspaper Article 

4pm ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language Digital Journalism Article

5pm ET: Outstanding Limited Series

6pm ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Interview

Thursday, July 30 on GLAAD’s Twitter:

10am ET: Outstanding Kids & Family Programming

11am ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language TV Journalism – Newsmagazine

12pm ET: Outstanding Reality Program

1pm ET: Outstanding Comic Book

2pm ET: Outstanding Video Game

3pm ET: Outstanding Broadway Production

4pm ET: Outstanding Variety or Talk Show Episode

5pm ET: Outstanding TV Journalism – Newsmagazine

5:30 pm ET: Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

6pm ET: Outstanding Digital Journalism Article

6:30pm ET: Outstanding Digital Journalism – Video or Multimedia

7pm ET: Outstanding Blog

7:30 pm ET: Outstanding Spanish-Language Scripted Television Series

During virtual ceremony of the GLAAD Media Awards on July 30 starting at 8pm ET on GLAAD’s Facebook and YouTube

Outstanding Film – Wide Release 

Outstanding Comedy Series

Outstanding Drama Series

Outstanding Music Artist 

Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBTQ character)

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment

Outstanding Magazine Article

Special Recognition (Special, Karen Ocamb, Mark Segal)

Congratulations to all the nominees, and good luck.  .

TransGriot Update:   The 2020 Outstanding Blog award went to Mark S. King (finally) of My Fabulous Disease


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