Kayden Kross hosts the docu‐special celebrating over two decades of the largest gathering of gay women from around the world
June 1, 2011 (NEW YORK) — here! TV ( www.heretv.com), the world’s leading premium
gay television network, will debut the new docu‐special Dinah Girls on Friday, June 3,
2011. The here! TV original travels behind the scenes at the world’s biggest women’s
weekend, Club Skirts The Dinah (www.thedinah.com). Dinah Girls will air exclusively on
here! TV and here! Online to kick off here! TV’s Gay Pride Season celebration.
“When we were looking at creating new programming for 2011, it seemed like a natural
fit for us to do a long format piece on Club Skirts The Dinah for here! TV. We have
attended the event for a number of years and covered it in a variety of ways, but this
hour‐long special is a fun and unique peek at this wonderfully outrageous weekend,”
says here! TV’s Senior Vice President of Original Programming & Development Josh
Hosted by the always audacious Kayden Kross, Dinah Girls provides an insider’s tour of
all things The Dinah. here! TV’s cameras followed the fabulous weekend from the
Official Kickoff Party and Opening Bash to the glitzy Hollywood Party and the wet and
wild Love Is Louder Pool party. Dinah Girls recounts all things fun in the sun and
features exclusive interviews with Club Skirts The Dinah’s 2011 all‐star talent lineup,
including Natasha Bedingfield, Paula Poundstone, Chely Wright, Laurel Holloman,
Luciana, Dev & the Cataracs, and The Real Housewives of Orange County’s Fernanda
here! TV’s Dinah Girls promises to bring you a unique look at all the scorching good
times from Club Skirts The Dinah!
In addition to Dinah Girls, here! TV recently debuted several new original series,
including Just Josh, a new talk show hosted by fan favorite Josh Rosenzweig; here! at
the Movies, hosted by David Moretti; and the music series OUT Soundcheck and OUT
Face to Face. Stay tuned to here! TV for even more exciting, fun, and entertaining
original programs throughout 2011!
here! TV airs on all major U.S. cable systems as a 24-hour subscription service. here! TV appears in 96 of the top 100 U.S. markets, including every top 10 market. On most major cable providers, here! can be found by entering the “On Demand” menu, selecting “Premium,” and then selecting “here! on Demand.” To find out how to get here! TV log on to www.heretv.com/AGetHerePage.
Here Media Inc. produces and distributes niche content across all platforms worldwide. Here Media’s iconic brands distribute gay media and world cinema programming with universal, humanistic appeal. Its distribution platforms include television, VOD, broadband, online, print, and mobile. It earns subscription, advertising, and licensing revenue from its award-winning content.
Here Media owns and operates a variety of media assets, including:
• here! TV, a premium television network featuring programming that appeals to a gay and lesbian audience airing in 96 of the top 100 U.S. markets, including every top 10 market.
• Iconic brands including Out, The Advocate, and HIV Plus as well as Alyson Books.
• The Advocate/Out group of online sites, including Gay.com, Advocate.com, Out.com, and SheWired.com.
Paul Colichman is Chief Executive Officer of Here Media and Stephen P. Jarchow is Chairman. Together, they have produced and/or distributed over 200 motion pictures, including Academy Award® winners Gods and Monsters and Departures.
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