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10/17/2005

Top five pay nets for gay sets

by Jeremy Hooper

According to Simmons Market Research, the top five cable networks viewed by the U.S. GLBT population in the first week of October were:

A&E
Discovery Channel
Lifetime
HBO
CNN

Upon hearing these findings, gay-centric network Logo immediately announced plans to air the new show, "Biography: Sharks who enjoy the Golden Girls, Entourage, and Anderson Cooper"

Simmons Landmark Gay and Lesbian Consumer Study Now Available [Simmons]

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