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1987, 1992 (Creation)
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U-matic cassette tape.
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The Winnipeg Gay Media Collective began in 1980 from a small group of gay activists whom had produced weekly half-hour radio programs, starting in 1978, on the University of Manitoba radio station CJUM-FM (Gay Christian Witness and Gaysweek). These programs were initially sponsored by the gay non-denominational organization Council on Homosexuality & Religion. From the closing of CJUM in the spring of 1980, the Winnipeg Gay Media Collective began with the broadcasting of a new weekly gay half-hour TV program on cable channel 13 called Coming Out! The program ran from 1980 to 1986 and featurred interviews with both local and international gay and non-gay guests. The topics of each broadcast were varied but focused on gay cultural, social and political issues.
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This U-matic tape contains two episodes of the Coming Out! cable access tv program produced by the Winnipeg Gay Media Collective:
Cut 1: "Hard to Imagine"; interview with Prof. Tom Waugh on the history of gay male imagery in film and video. Taped at VPW, Winnipeg, May 1987. 29:00 minutes.
Cut 2: "Gay Sweatshop"; interview gay playwrite Noel Greig, one of the founders of Gay Sweatshop Theatre, London U.K. Taped at VPW, Winnipeg, 28 September 1992. 29:30 minutes.