In July , talk show host Anderson Cooper revealed in a statement that he was a gay man. The revelation that he was homosexual made headlines, but it didn't turn daytime or late night TV on its head. It served to prove a point that the talk show industry is becoming ever more diverse when it comes to hosts' race, gender, sexual preference, and age—and that talk show fans care very little about a talk show host's personal life. That is, at least not any more than the average fan of any popular celebrity. Talk show fans only care about being entertained. If a host can do that, it doesn't matter whether he or she is straight or gay.
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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer television newscasters have a prominent profile in many countries around the world. As the face of daily newscasts and commentaries, they play a role in conveying integrity, reliability, diversity, and comfort in a tumultuous world of news and events. This list of individuals is often seen at the forefront of breaking news on a daily basis, and they reflect the presence of the community itself in society. So while the number of LGBTQ individuals in the media is important, how they are conveyed to the public is equally important - the authority of a newscaster seen on a regular basis instills an aura of tolerance and acceptance of the broad range of sexual identity.
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Viacom has "tightened up" its decency standards in the wake of Janet Jackson's racy Super Bowl performance and is in preliminary discussions to launch a gay cable network in the United States, its chairman and chief executive said Tuesday. High-Tech Taxes If you've waited this long, why not file online? Get a move on with E-filing tips and tax site comparisons. In Mexico City for the launch of VH1 Latin America, Sumner Redstone told reporters that Viacom was "not a culprit, we were a victim" of Jackson's performance, during which the singer's breast was briefly exposed to a national audience.