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GLAAD Ad Media Awards Nominations

By Charlotte Robinson, August 23, 2010
UPDATE: GLAAD Media Awards Advertising LGBT Winners
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
announced the nominees & honorees for the 2nd Annual GLAAD
Media Awards in Advertising Presented by Omnicom Group, Publicis
Groupe & Rokk Vodka. Bryan Batt (Mad Men) will host the event on
Sept. 29, in NYC & Bethenny Frankel (Real Housewives of NYC,
Bethenny Getting Married?) will present. Among the nominees are:
Absolut Vodka's "Exceptional Moments: The Absolut RuPaul"ads,
Levi Strauss & Co.'s "Gay History Month/Logo Leaders" campaign,
Progressive Insurance's "Works in Progress" ads, Wells Fargo's
"Advocate Money Minute" & Givenchy's "Fall 2010" campaign with
openly transgender model Lea T. For the Full List: glaad.org
Updates to Come...:)
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1 comment:

Jarrett Barrios said...

We celebrate this year's nominees and special honorees for their inclusive work. However, this year we witnessed a decline in the number of inclusive advertisements in mainstream media, and as our community continues to strive for visibility, the advertising industry should take note.

As we see more gay and transgender characters and stories on television and in film, American consumers are coming to expect images of our community in advertising as well. Advertisers who include fair and accurate images of our community accomplish more than targeting new consumers, they also send a powerful message about the American cultural fabric of which our community is an integral part.

Jarrett Barrios is President of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)

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