KOFY To Launch ‘Swirl TV’ For LGBT Community

Granite Broadcasting’s independent KOFY San Francisco (DMA 6) today announced it will debut Swirl TV, a local “all-inclusive” program covering the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community on April 28 at 9:30 p.m.

The station said “Swirl TV marks an expansion of KOFY’s efforts in providing a platform for the LGBT community. KOFY’s commitment to the community stems back to the 1980’s. KOFY was the first television station in the country to broadcast a Pride Celebration & Parade and has been the official Broadcast Partner of San Francisco Pride since 2008.” 

Swirl TV, hosted by Michelle Meow, is a 30-minute monthly program advocating fair and equal treatment for all. KOFY said the show will be “a place for open dialogue, multiple viewpoints and acceptance” that will cover local, national and entertainment news as well as interviews with community leaders and members.

“We are extremely excited about bringing the Bay Area a diverse and inclusive show,” said Meow. “Not only will we cover issues that affect the LGBTQ community, we’ll address issues that all communities can relate to. It’s extremely important and necessary to have open dialogue in order to accept and understand one another.”

Swirl TV will air the fourth Sunday of each month at 9:30 p.m.

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