“Stream. Out. Loud.” Queer owned and operated Revry TV is the premiere queer digital media network and it is already making a difference. Dedicated to delivering authentic LGBTQ programming, Revry already reaches up to 70 million people in 116 countries, including unlikely countries like Saudi Arabia and even China. Yes, they offer limited programming in Mandarin.
Revry TV, the first global queer streaming service, is the brain child of Damian Pelliccione (CEO) and Christopher Rodriguez (CBO and an entertainment lawyer). Long-time partners, they started Revry out of their living room in response to a need they perceived in media. Then Pelliccione and Rodriguez brought in two talented women of color as co-founders to help implement the vision. COO Alia J. Daniels considers herself a queer ally, and CPO (chief procurement officer) LaShawn McGhee, a lesbian. What they’ve created just may be the future of television.
LGBTQ characters in film and TV are still extremely underrepresented, and when they do appear on-screen they rarely reflect much diversity. Revry TV is determined to change that.
In addition to streaming the Trevor Project’s TrevorLive event to prevent suicide, Revry is creating new podcasts, including a show with Foxy (aka Jade) called Do Not Disturb and Butch and the Bear with A.B. Cassidy and Daniel Franzese of Mean Girls.
Queens of Kings features RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 winner Aquaria, and The ‘Other’ Love Story, a lesbian episodic from India.
Revry original programming includes the acclaimed film Room to Grow, and the series Before I Got Famous.
If you are willing to sit through a few ads, you can stream the service for FREE without even having to log in!
For a free trial click here: https://revry.tv/ or watch on Pluto, Roku, Chromecast, Xumo, Android, AmazonFire, IOS & AppleTV.
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