15th Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Awards Edit

Special Recognition Awards Edit

Film Awards Edit

Television Awards Edit

  • Outstanding Drama Series
    • Degrassi: The Next Generation (The N)
    • Nip/Tuck (FX)
    • Playmakers (ESPN) (winner)
    • Queer as Folk (US) (Showtime)
    • Six Feet Under (HBO)
  • Outstanding Comedy Series
    • It's All Relative (ABC)
    • Oliver Beene (FOX)
    • Reno 911! (Comedy Central)
    • Sex and the City (HBO) (winner)
    • Will & Grace (NBC)
  • Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular gay character)
  • Outstanding Television Movie or Mini-Series
  • Outstanding Reality Program
  • Outstanding Documentary
    • A Boy Named Sue (Showtime)
    • Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin (PBS) (winner)
    • Daddy & Papa (PBS)
    • Hope Along the Wind: The Life of Harry Hay (PBS)
    • School's Out: The Life of a Gay High School in Texas (MTV)
  • Outstanding Daily Drama
  • Outstanding Talk Show
    • "Alyn Libman" The Sharon Osbourne Show (syndicated)
    • "The Husband Who Became a Woman" The Oprah Winfrey Show (syndicated) (winner)
  • Outstanding TV Journalism
    • "The Death of Sakia Gunn" Live from the Headlines (CNN)
    • "Father Raymond: A Question of Faith and Identity" Nightline (ABC)
    • "It's In to be 'Out'" 20/20 (ABC)
    • "Not Fit to Fight" Primetime Thursday (ABC) (winner)
    • "Up Close: The Killing of Gwen Araujo" KCAL 9 News (KCAL [Los Angeles]) (winner)

Print Edit

  • Outstanding Magazine Article
    • "Motherhood My Way" by Jacqueline Woodson, Essence Magazine
    • "The New Face of Gay Power" by John Cloud, Time (winner)
    • "One of These Men Used to be a She" by Nanette Varian, Glamour
    • "Their True Selves" by Kade Collins and Samantha Lease as told to Stephanie Booth, Teen People
    • "To be Young, Gifted and Gay" by Farah Stockman, Honey
  • Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage
    • The Nation (U.S. periodical)
    • National Catholic Reporter
    • Newsweek (winner)
    • People
    • Time
  • Outstanding Newspaper Article
    • "Angels, Reagan and AIDS in America" by Frank Rich (The New York Times) (winner)
    • "For Gays, Secrecy in Love, War" by Patricia Ward Biederman (Los Angeles Times)
    • "Gays Feel Left out of Morehouse Brotherhood" by Craig Seymour (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
    • "Same-Sex Unions Move Center Stage" by David Von Drehle (Washington Post)
    • "Straddling Sexes" by Louise Rafkin (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Outstanding Newspaper Columnist
    • Dave Ford (San Francisco Chronicle)
    • Ellen Goodman (The Boston Globe) (winner)
    • Ed Gray (The Boston Herald)
    • Leonard Pitts, Jr. (The Miami Herald)
    • Deb Price (The Detroit News)
  • Outstanding Newspaper Overall Coverage
    • The Boston Globe
    • Chicago Tribune
    • The New York Times (winner)
    • San Francisco Chronicle
    • USA Today
  • Outstanding Advertising - Print
    • "Absolut Out." Absolut (winner)
    • "R You Ready to Adopt a New Lifestyle?" Chereskin
  • Outstanding Comic Book
    • The Authority (Wildstorm/DC Comics)
    • Catwoman (DC Comics) (winner)
    • Gotham Central (DC Comics)
    • How Loathsome (NBM Publishing)
    • Strangers in Paradise (Abstract Studio)

Digital Edit

  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Article
    • "Abuse and Neglect" by David Tuller,
    • "Lives Less Ordinary" by Bryan Robinson,
    • "Out at the Prom" by Julie Scelfo, Newsweek/
    • "Out of Step" by Martha Brant, Newsweek/
    • "Same-sex Family Values" by Laura McClure, (winner)
  • Outstanding Adversiting - Electronic
    • "Hotel Matrix" Orbitz (winner)
    • "Marco: Independence" The N
    • "Wedding" Snapple

Music & Theater Edit

  • Outstanding Music Artist
  • Outstanding Los Angeles Theater
    • Autumn Canticle
    • Blues for an Alabama Sky
    • Body of Faith
    • Miss Coco Peru is Undaunted (winner)
    • Naked Will: The Portrait of W.H.
  • Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway
  • Outstanding New York Theater: Off-Off-Broadway
    • Auntie Mayhem
    • Bernadette and the Butcher of Broadway
    • Marga Gomez's Intimate Details (winner)
    • Say You Love Satan
    • To My Chagrin

Spanish Language Edit

Sponsors Edit

  • Presenting Sponsor: Absolut Vodka
  • Platinum Underwriters: Wells Fargo, IBM
  • Underwriters: Anheuser-Busch, Banana Republic, Coors, Jaguar Cars, Land Rover, Lehman Brothers, Motorola, The Michael Palm Foundation, Terry K. Watanbe
  • Gold Patrons: Autonomy, Blockbuster, HBO, MTV Networks, Perrier, Planet Out, Prudential Financial, Rancho Zabaco, Showtime, Starbucks, TimeWarner, Tylenol PM
  • Patrons: The Advocate/Out, AT&T, Bravo, William Q. Derrough and Alvaro G. Salas - Jefferies & Co., Inc., Eastman Kodak, Fox Entertainment Group, The Honorable Michael Huffington, Le Montrose Suite Hotel, Barbara & Garry Marshall, The McGraw-Hill Companies, McKinsey & Company - Media & Entertainment Practice, New Line Cinema / Fine Line Features, Paramount Pictures, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prime Access, Daniel H. Renberg, Andrew Tobias & Charles Nolan, Verizon, Steven Victorin & Neil Parker, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP
  • Sponsors: ABC News, American Express Company, AON / Albert G. Ruben Insurance Services Inc., Bloomberg, BrownCo. a brokerage service of J.P. Morgan, LLC, Burson-Marsteller, Carsey Werner Mandabach, CBS/UPN, Creative Artists Agency, Daily Variety, Deloitte, Entertainment Partners, Fuse, Gay Channel by MTV Networks, Rufus Gifford & Russell Bennett, Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione, Heineken USA, The Hollywood Reporter, HSBC Bank USA, InStyle, Leslie, Engell & Associates, LLP, Levi Strauss & Company, Lifetime Television, Microsoft Corporation, Miramax Films, Paramount Pictures, People en Español, People Magazine, Tony Phelps & Luxe Limousine World Wide Transportation Service, Rhino/Warner Strategic Marketing, Ted Snowdon, Sundance Channel, Time Inc., Time Magazine, UBS, Univision Communications Inc., The Walt Disney Studios, Warner Bros. Records, Marc Wolinsky & Barry Skovgaard, Yahoo!, The York Hotel
  • Special Thanks: American Airlines

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