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Toronto 1998 'Mega Pride' parade webcast is online
Thanks to our webcast friends at Groove Society, Qtv's Toronto Pride '98 one-hour special is now available on the Internet. Visit www.groovesociety.com This link will open in a new browser window and check it out!
  Note: RealPlayer G2 This link will open in a new browser window is required to watch (don't worry honey, it's free). (98.08.18)
Toronto 1998 'Mega Pride' parade special now on sale
In celebration of our unprecedented Mega Pride Mega Coverage we're making the Pride Parade one-hour special available for sale. Copies will be available for $28.75 ($25 + PST/GST) by contacting Rogers Community TV (click here for more details). Proceeds from the sale of this video will benefit both the Toronto Pride Committee This link will open in a new browser window and 10%-Qtv. (98.06.27)
Mega Pride...Mega Coverage!
10%-Qtv is very (mega!) proud to announce that we will be covering this summer's Toronto Pride This link will open in a new browser window parade with a full Rogers mobile crew and a one-hour Pride parade special to be aired in Metro Toronto on Tuesday, June 30 and network-wide in Ontario on Sunday, July 5. We're talking five cameras, big mobile truck, "colour commentary," the whole nine yards honey! More fab-u-lous than the Santa Claus Parade!
  We're also mega proud to announce that we will be supplying a feed of our coverage on Sunday, June 28 to the Internet webcast specialists at Groove Society This link will open in a new browser window so the whole damn world can watch Toronto show its pride - live. Check out Groove's archives This link will open in a new browser window to see their coverage from last year's parade, and keep checking the 10%-Qtv web site for more details on this mega event. (98.05.21)
10%-Qtv proud media sponsor for Queering the Nation, Pride and Remembrance Run and Gay Day at Wonderland
As part of its commitment to our community, 10%-Qtv is proud to be a media sponsor for the Queering the Nation This link will open in a new browser window conference to be held June 24-27 at York University, the third annual Pride and Remembrance Run This link will open in a new browser window on June 27, and Gay Day at Wonderland This link will open in a new browser window on August 8, 1998. Be sure to catch our coverage of these events this summer and fall! (98.05.01)
Southern and Eastern Ontario, We're Back!!
You wrote, you called, you faxed, and as of March 1, 1998 we are back on the full Rogers Community Network in Southern and Eastern Ontario! That means in addition to our broadcast in Metro Toronto on Tuesdays at 10:30pm, you can catch us Sundays at 11:30pm in places like London, Ottawa, Mississauga, Newmarket, Guelph, Brampton, Kitchener, Waterloo, Stratford, Oshawa, Whitby and Ajax (and of course Toronto). For those of you who are used to catching our repeat broadcasts on Saturday nights, please note the change to Sundays.
  Thanks to all who contacted Rogers in support of the show, and we hope you'll let us know how we're doing. We look forward to bringing you stories from all over Queer Ontario. (98.02.16)
10%-Qtv moves from Saturdays to Sundays at 11:30pm
Starting March 1, 1998, our weekend time slot moves from Saturdays to Sundays, although we're still on at 11:30pm. This change is being made to allow our broadcast to be carried on the full Rogers Community Network in Southern and Eastern Ontario. (98.02.10)
10%-Qtv Web site now searchable
With two and a half years and 47 episodes of television under our belts, we've covered a lot of stuff! Researchers into queer media and our viewers have asked us for a better way to dig through our show catalogs, and today we are proud to offer them a search engine at this Web site. Just click the Search button and dig away darlin'! (97.12.29)
"qtv" Email Woes (November 19-25, 1997)
Our Internet service provider's new Email server took a hissy fit this past week. As a result any Email sent to info@10percent.tv or feedback via the online form between November 19-25 is probably as lost as Rob Lowe's innocence. Sorry, sorry, sorry, and please resubmit anything sent to us during that period. (97.11.26)
During our first season (1995/96) we were carried across the entire Ontario region that Rogers Cable serves. Slowly and quietly, Rogers affiliates outside of the Toronto area have dropped our show, apparently because of a few angry letters from folks who don't think much of queer people. Well friends, it's time for us to stand up for ourselves...
  As of November 18th, we are launching an appeal to those of you served by Rogers Cable in Ontario to tell your local affiliate that you want 10%-Qtv back! Our Executive Producer has started us off with a letter to the President of Rogers, and now it's your turn. Find out who your local Programming Manager is and send them a letter. Let them know that queer people are a part of your community, and how important it is that they be represented on your community channel.
  Thanks for your support!! (97.11.18)
10%-Qtv Launches its New Web Site
Completely redesigned and with a new (and easier to remember) Internet address, the new 10%-Qtv Web site is "on the air" at 10percent.interlog.com [Note: Link has been changed to archived website]. Complete with descriptions of every segment in the show's two (almost two and a half) year history, plus information on future episodes, the site provides everything you need to know about Canada's only weekly queer TV program. Special thanks to the folks at Interlog Internet Services This link will open in a new browser window for hosting our new site. (97.11.16)
Welcome (back) Viewers in Mississauga and Etobicoke
Rogers Cable customers in Mississauga and Etobicoke asked for the return (our 1996/97 season was carried there) of their queer TV in September 1997, and we're happy to say that as of October we're back on the air in that area. If you're a Rogers subscriber in Southern Ontario and you're not getting 10%-Qtv, ask for it!
"10%-Qtv" Returns for its Third Season
10%-Qtv (formerly "Cable 10%) begins its third season on Tuesday, September 16, 1997 at 10:30pm on the Rogers Community Network (check your affiliate for details). With new Betacams, a new second (repeat) timeslot at 11:30pm on Saturdays, and new energy, this season promises to be the best ever.

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