It couldn’t have been more revolutionary: a television station devoted to the LGBT community of viewers. But on September 7, 2001—14 years ago this month—PrideVision was launched, becoming Canada’s first channel offering daily programming geared toward an audience that had been largely ignored by other networks. Its founders were on to something, as the network expanded into today’s popular OUTtv.
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