GA Voice - - 2015 Atlanta Pride Event Guide -

It’s a breath of fresh air for Camp­bell, who says, “As a jour­nal­ist it makes me ex­cited to come to work ev­ery day be­cause I’ve worked at sta­tions where that’s not the case and this com­mu­nity is con­sid­ered a fringe com­mu­nity. Like, ‘We’ll put an ar­ti­cle on the web but that wouldn’t be some­thing wor­thy of cov­er­ing on tele­vi­sion.’”

The sta­tion has kept a steady stream of LGBT sto­ries on the air and online, from break­ing news sto­ries like the U.S. Supreme Court strik­ing down same-sex mar­riage bans across the coun­try in June, to more per­sonal sto­ries, such as that of Ash­ley Diamond, the trans­gen­der Ge­or­gia in­mate who al­leges she was sex­u­ally as­saulted and de­nied hor­mone ther­apy treat­ment while in prison. The sta­tion fol­lowed Diamond’s saga through­out the past year, with Camp­bell scor­ing a coup by get­ting the first on-air in­ter­view with Diamond fol­low­ing her re­lease from prison in Au­gust.

Pride cov­er­age be­comes a build­ing-wide pro­ject

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