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OUTTAKE MEDIA Expands The Platform

By Charlotte Robinson, December 30, 2022

We're closing out 2022 on a high note by thanking our loyal global audience & contributors for supporting OUTTAKE MEDIA’s mission especially all the LGBTQ leaders, filmmakers, actors, authors & allies who appeared on OUTTAKE VOICES our audio podcast series now syndicated on iTunes & 25+ podcast apps worldwide. Thanks to performer Susie Mosher, attorney Portia Wood, writer-actor Chris Baker, actor-activist Yuval David, poet Eileen Myles, legal analyst Aron Solomon, activist Amberlyn Boiter, actor-producer David Millbern, Father James Martin & director Shannon Post, Reverend Nicole Garcia, National LGBTQ Task Force, Anne Hubbell, Provincetown International Film Festival plus PIFF honoree actress Dale Dickey & director Jean Carlomusto, Esther Newton & artist filmmaker Jay Critchley. Then shout out to author Sarah Schulman, Tammy Shaklee, relationship expert H4M, artist Jumper Maybach, actor Darwin Del Fabro, Mariah Hanson, The Dinah founder, race car driver Travis Shumake & author Cory Silverberg. Also thanks to The Dinah Red Capet Celebs including singer-songwriters Cassidy King & Riela entrepreneur Nik Kacy, Jeopardy! winner Amy Schneider, Breanne Williamson, Rose Garcia “The Real L Word”, Taylor Dayne 80s pop icon, Canadian rapper Haviah Mighty, Zolita Cuppie, Haley Grable & Brianna Murphy from “Tampa Baes”, singer-songwriter IV4, DJ Alex D, artist Melanie Posner “Tampa Baes” & singer songwriter Fletcher. As we survived the Midterms thanks to Cheryl Osimo, MBCC, Cathy Renna, The Task Force, author Erin McHugh, filmmaker Kimberly Peirce, Sarah Shoffner, BGMC & Dr. Jason Peplinsk. We also wish to thank publicists Mona Elyafi at ILDK Media, Cathy Renna at Target Cue & Mark Umbach for providing us with fabulous voices. We've lined up some amazing guests for 2023 & lots of exciting projects to come. We Wish Everyone A Safe & Healthy New Year. LISTEN

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