'Milk' takes top honors at GLAAD nods

ABC's 'Housewives,' 'Brothers' lead TV categories

Focus Features' Oscar-winning "Milk" was honored as the outstanding film in wide release at this year's GLAAD Media Awards.

ABC's "Desperate Housewives" was named outstanding comedy series during Saturday's ceremony at the Nokia Theatre, and that network's "Brothers & Sisters" was named outstanding drama.

Comedian Kathy Griffin received the group's Vanguard Award, and V. Gene Robinson received its Stephen F. Kolzak Award.

Special-recognition prizes were given to Showtime's "The L Word" and "Prop 8: The Musical," which bowed on FunnyOrDie.com.

Jonathan Tolins' "Secrets of the Trade" took home the award for best Los Angeles theater production.

The prize for outstanding individual episode in a series without an LGBT character went to the "Unidentified Funk" installment of CBS' "The New Adventures of Old Christine."

"Ellen & Portia's Wedding Day," from "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," was named outstanding talk-show episode.

The prize for outstanding Spanish-language TV newsmagazine went to Univision's "Aqui y Ahora."
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