LGBTQ&A is an interview podcast highlighting the different members of the LGBTQ community — artists, activists, lawmakers, and business people. LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters and produced by AfterBuzz TV. Interviews are also filmed and available on YouTube.
AfterBuzz TV (Los Angeles, CA) is an online broadcast created by E! Host, Maria Menounos and producer, Keven Undergaro, and has over 23 million weekly downloads in over 150 countries. Nicknamed “the aftershow network”, when viewers finish watching episodes of their favorite shows, they can go to afterbuzztv.com to watch or listen to a post-game after-show where hosts break down that night’s episode and interview cast and crew. The network produces over 90 aftershows per week.
Ira Madison III is a senior culture writer at MTV News. He’s previously worked at New York Magazine, Vulture, and Buzzfeed. He co-hosts the MTV podcast “Speed Dial” and loves comic books, prosecco, and ’90s divas in any genre. He owns 51 percent of Denver Carrington.
The essay discusses in the interview is Moonlight and the Preservation fo Black Manhood: How Barry Jenkins, the screenwriter and director of Moonlight is redefining the black queer narrative. Jeffrey Masters is an actor, host, and writer in Los Angeles. He documents the stories of the LGBTQ community on his podcast, LGBTQ&A.
Jeffrey Masters is an actor, host, and writer in Los Angeles. He documents the stories of the LGBTQ community on his podcast, LGBTQ&A, which was recently ranked #2 Buzzfeed’s list of the Top 27 Podcasts to Listen to in 2017.
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