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Q Syndicate isn't just a one-stop destination for comics, puzzle, music and film reviews - it's the only existing wire service offering exclusive content to the LGBT press, interviews with big names like Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Cher, Barbra Streisand, Madonna, Cameron Diaz, Channing Tatum, Dolly Parton, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Britney Spears and Whoopi Goldberg.
With over 25 subscribing publications from across the globe, all through the U.S. and into Canada, Q is dedicated to bringing the gay community cutting-edge copy and chats with some of the most interesting people in the entertainment business. Which, in the last couple of years, is just what we've been doing.
From pop luminaries like Adam Lambert and Katy Perry to icons like Mary J. Blige, Kathy Griffin and Madonna - not to mention exclusives with Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Cameron Diaz. Bette Midler, Stevie Nicks, Jason Mraz, Sugarland, Adam Levine - Q interviews have been featured around the world, on cover after cover.
It doesn't just mean bragging rights for your publication - it means more readers, which means more hits, which means more advertisers.
Editor Chris Azzopardi has worked for Q Syndicate since 2009, when he introduced celebrity features to Q. Since that time, he's interviewed stars such as Cher, Bette Midler, Channing Tatum, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Cameron Diaz, Selena Gomez and Nick Jonas. He also reviews music monthly in his Hear Me Out column as well as film in Screen Queen, both available through Q Syndicate. In 2014, he became a regular weekend contributor to Entertainment Tonight. Also, he once made Jane Fonda cry.
Jan Stevenson is a long-time activist, publisher and business owner. For 14 years she has been the co-publisher of Michigan's LGBT weekly newspaper, Between The Lines. Prior to that she was executive director of the area's LGBT community center, Affirmations, and served on the board of the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force from 1993 to 1996. Originally from Ohio, she holds Masters Degrees in both finance and music, graduating with degrees from Yale University in New Haven, Ct., Drexel University in Philadelphia and the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music. She spent 10 years as a corporate banker in Philadelphia (1981-87) and Detroit (1987-90).
Born in New York City, Susan has owned and operated her own business since 1975 when she co-founded Tower Press, a New York printing and graphics company that grew to annual sales in excess of $1.2 million with a technical staff of 24 people. In 1989, she founded Pride Publishing, Inc., a graphic arts and publishing company. Susan served as the publisher of the New York City Pride Guide from 1983 to 1999, a nationally renowned magazine that served as the program book and resource directory for New York Pride, one of the largest LGBT pride celebrations in the world. Susan was the first executive director of the New Festival, New York's annual gay and lesbian film festival, from 1989 to 1993. She was actively involved in the New York LGBT community beginning in 1975 and was the co-chair and the Grand Marshall of the New York Pride March in 1982, leading 500,000 marching, screaming queers down Fifth Ave.! She served on the board of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force in 1983-84 and again in 1993-95. She was a board member of the Seacoast AIDS Resource Center in New Hampshire from 1992 to 1994 and also served on the board member of Affirmations LGBT Community Center in Ferndale, Michigan.
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