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19th Jul '14 2:17:25 PM MarkLungo
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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005 out of the ruins of the MusicVideo channel VH1 Mega Hits (which seemed to solely exist to air {{Nickelback}} and MatchboxTwenty videos on a never-ending loop), outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to beare significant parts of the schedule.

Currently, the most successful show on the channel is ''[[Series/RupaulsDragRace RuPaul's Drag Race]]'', a RealityShow where drag legend [=RuPaul=] crowns "America's Next {{Drag|Queen}} Superstar". ''Drag Race'' is responsible for saving Logo from NetworkDecay, as it revitalized interest in the channel after the cancellation of ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

The channel also includes repeats of shows popular with the GLBT crowd, such as ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', and ''Series/GoldenGirls''. Logo also owns the popular blogs [[http://www.afterellen.com After Ellen]] and [[http://www.thebacklot.com The Backlot]] (formerly "After Elton").
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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005 out of the ruins of the MusicVideo channel VH1 Mega Hits (which seemed to solely exist to air {{Nickelback}} and MatchboxTwenty videos on a never-ending loop), outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to beare significant parts of the schedule.

Currently, the most successful show on the channel is ''[[Series/RupaulsDragRace RuPaul's Drag Race]]'', a RealityShow where drag legend [=RuPaul=] crowns "America's Next {{Drag|Queen}} Superstar". ''Drag Race'' is responsible for saving Logo from NetworkDecay, as it revitalized interest in the channel after the cancellation of ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

The channel also includes repeats of shows popular with the GLBT crowd, such as ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', and ''Series/GoldenGirls''. Logo also owns the popular blogs [[http://www.afterellen.com After Ellen]] and [[http://www.thebacklot.com The Backlot]] (formerly "After Elton").
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7th Dec '13 2:55:43 PM DesertDragon
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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005 out of the ruins of the MusicVideo channel VH1 Mega Hits (which seemed to solely exist to air {{Nickelback}} and MatchboxTwenty videos on a never-ending loop), outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to be significant parts of the schedule (as of 2007).

As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

Owns the popular ''After Ellen'' and ''After Elton'' {{blog}}s, and the news site 365gay.com.

Currently undergoing a transition into BrokenBase, as they are [[NetworkDecay decreasing their showcasing of gay shows, movies & media in media in favor of shows like 16 & Pregnant and the Jersey Shore, in an effort to rebrand.]]

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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005 out of the ruins of the MusicVideo channel VH1 Mega Hits (which seemed to solely exist to air {{Nickelback}} and MatchboxTwenty videos on a never-ending loop), outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to be beare significant parts of the schedule (as of 2007).

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the most significant programming acquisition successful show on the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to channel is ''[[Series/RupaulsDragRace RuPaul's Drag Race]]'', a RealityShow where drag legend [=RuPaul=] crowns "America's Next {{Drag|Queen}} Superstar". ''Drag Race'' is responsible for saving Logo from NetworkDecay, as it revitalized interest in the show's cultural positioning or one channel after the cancellation of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

Owns The channel also includes repeats of shows popular with the GLBT crowd, such as ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'', and ''Series/GoldenGirls''. Logo also owns the popular ''After Ellen'' blogs [[http://www.afterellen.com After Ellen]] and ''After Elton'' {{blog}}s, and the news site 365gay.com.

Currently undergoing a transition into BrokenBase, as they are [[NetworkDecay decreasing their showcasing of gay shows, movies & media in media in favor of shows like 16 & Pregnant and the Jersey Shore, in an effort to rebrand.]]
[[http://www.thebacklot.com The Backlot]] (formerly "After Elton").
12th Apr '13 10:06:01 AM lizaphile
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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005, outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to be significant parts of the schedule (as of 2007).

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[[http://www.logoonline.com/ LOGO]] is a LGBT-themed cable channel launched in 2005, 2005 out of the ruins of the MusicVideo channel VH1 Mega Hits (which seemed to solely exist to air {{Nickelback}} and MatchboxTwenty videos on a never-ending loop), outlasting the similarly themed Q Network that came out (pardon the pun) around the same time. The channel features a varied line up, including news and original programming, though travelogues, talk shows and stand-up and sketch comedy seem to be significant parts of the schedule (as of 2007).
20th Nov '12 10:40:01 PM nombretomado
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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).
28th Jul '12 10:08:46 PM allboyband
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Currently undergoing a transition into BrokenBase, as they are decreasing their showcasing of gay shows, movies & media in media in favor of shows like 16 & Pregnant and the Jersey Shore, in an effort to rebrand.

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Currently undergoing a transition into BrokenBase, as they are [[NetworkDecay decreasing their showcasing of gay shows, movies & media in media in favor of shows like 16 & Pregnant and the Jersey Shore, in an effort to rebrand.]]
30th Apr '12 6:10:47 PM pikapika217
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Currently undergoing a transition into BrokenBase, as they are decreasing their showcasing of gay shows, movies & media in media in favor of shows like 16 & Pregnant and the Jersey Shore, in an effort to rebrand.
6th Oct '11 3:22:00 PM AmyJade
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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks), and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks), bricks) and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).
6th Oct '11 3:21:43 PM AmyJade
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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks), and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).

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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World'' ''RickAndSteve'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks), and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).



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21st Jun '11 2:39:40 PM DesertDragon
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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World''.

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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World''.
World'' (a raunchy cartoon animated with Lego bricks), and ''NoahsArc'' (a soap opera featuring primarily gay men of color).
21st Jun '11 2:37:33 PM DesertDragon
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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World''. Recently started airing shows that are popular, but rather unrelated to LGBT topics, such as {{Daria}}, where the closest thing to even discussing homosexuality was when a [[DepravedBisexual slutty bisexual]] flirted with Jane in a movie special, or ThelmaAndLouise for simply starring two women.

Owns the popular ''After Ellen'' and ''After Elton'' [[{{blog}} blogs.]]

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As concerns this community, the most significant programming acquisition the network made to date was their 2009 commitment to repeats of ''BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', possibly due to the show's cultural positioning or one of Willow's later [[LipstickLesbian character dimensions]]. Other programs of note include ''RickAndSteve, The Happiest Gay Couple In The World''. Recently started airing shows that are popular, but rather unrelated to LGBT topics, such as {{Daria}}, where the closest thing to even discussing homosexuality was when a [[DepravedBisexual slutty bisexual]] flirted with Jane in a movie special, or ThelmaAndLouise for simply starring two women.

World''.

Owns the popular ''After Ellen'' and ''After Elton'' [[{{blog}} blogs.]]{{blog}}s, and the news site 365gay.com.
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