GLAAD Furious After Fox News Hosts Attend Awards Show
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Gay media organization GLAAD raised strong objections after two Fox News personalities were found to have attended its annual media awards in New York.
The GLAAD Media Awards always draw a big crowd of boldfaced names. This year, Anderson Cooper received the Vito Russo Award from Madonna, for instance. But it was the presence of Kimberly Guilfoyle, --the co-host of "The Five" who, in a previous life, was also the first lady of San Francisco--and weekend anchor Jamie Colby that got GLAAD mad.
Spokesman Rich Ferraro told Media Matters, "If Kimberly and Jamie expect to attend future GLAAD events, they will first need to sit down with us to discuss Fox News' embarrassing, biased and misinformed coverage of LGBT issues. The invitation is open. Fox News's track record on LGBT issues is abysmal, and it makes no sense to me why any LGBT people or allies would want to be a part of that."
GLAAD's objection came a few weeks after Bill O'Reilly got himself into hot water for comm
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