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Gay-Oriented Logo Network Debuts on Cable TV
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Gay-Oriented Logo Network Debuts on Cable TV

Gay-Oriented Logo Network Debuts on Cable TV

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Logo, the first ever gay-oriented cable television network, is launching into 10 million American homes Thursday. Alex Chadwick speaks to Village Voice gossip columnist Michael Musto, who has written extensively about gay issues in popular culture.

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