TLA, Logo Form Partnership

JC Adams,
PHILADELPHIA — LGBT cable channel Logo will offer its programming online through a recently announced partnership with

“By partnering with Logo, a national leader in LGBT programming, has access to some of the 21st century’s finest gay and lesbian-themed dramas, comedies, documentaries, reality shows and news,” the company said.

The partnership will launch with a variety of programming set to include seasons one and two of romantic drama “Noah’s Arc,” season one of “Big Gay Sketch Show” and reality show “Shirts & Skins,” as well as comic puppet series “Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World.”

“Whether it’s online, on-air or on mobile phones, Logo aims to deliver its award-winning content to our LGBT viewers and their friends wherever they want it,” said Lisa Sherman, executive vice president and general manager of Logo. “This partnership with TLA allows us to continue in our quest to serve our tech-savvy audience on as many platforms as possible.”

Scott Cranin, editorial director for TLAondemand, said the partnership is “a natural marriage of two strong, like-minded partners: Logo offers the finest LGBT entertainment and TLA offers the best on-demand and DVD entertainment.”

Logo is an ad-supported cable network launched in 2005 by MTV Networks, a unit of Viacom, to serve the LGBT audience. It is currently available in more than 34 million homes.

Founded in 1981,TLA Entertainment Group owns and operates and, as well as premiere online retailer with categories that include movies and television, skin and cult, gay and lesbian, and adult entertainment.