In July 2004, Pink Triangle Press became a minority partner in Pride Vision TV when the channel was sold by Headline Media Group to William Craig.Pride Vision was subsequently rebranded Out TV and a new gay male adult subscription channel, HARDtv, was launched at the same time.PTP publishes Xtra at dailyxtra.com, the travel website Daily Xtra Travel.com, and also operates the gay adult dating website and the Guy Spy app.
Dye said that the First Amendment right to free speech prevents WMATA from regulating ad content.“Metro advertising space has been ruled by the courts as a public forum protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, and we may not decline ads based on their content, provided that they conform with our Board-approved ad policy,” Dye said.
However, WMATA banned all ads with religious, political, or advocacy-related content from the Metro in May 2015, which according to NBC was a response to a proposed ad featuring a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed. When presented this apparent contradiction to the WMATA Board of Directors at their meeting on July 28, they did not comment.
Toronto, ON, Canada – Pink Triangle Press (PTP) operator of launched its latest advertising campaign showing three gay men embracing. This campaign was launched in Toronto (ON) on March 23, followed by Dallas (TX) on March 30.
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