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Slate's Kausfiles: Cable Network Targets Gay Viewers
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Slate's Kausfiles: Cable Network Targets Gay Viewers

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Slate's political blogger Mickey Kaus predicts a culture war this summer between conservatives and some cable TV networks like HBO, Showtime and now LOGO. Media giant Viacom plans to launch LOGO, a network channel dedicated to gay and lesbian programming, in the coming months.

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