GLAAD Media Awards: The Winners List

7:01 PM 5/14/2016

by THR staff

Robert De Niro, Jennifer Lawrence and Mariah Carey were among those who attended the ceremony held in New York on Saturday evening.

Tangerine Mya Taylor Still - H 2015
Courtesy of Magnolia Pictures

Tangerine Mya Taylor Still - H 2015

Tangerine, USA Network's Royal Pains and ABC's 20/20 were among the films and programs that won top honors at the New York ceremony for the GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday night.

Robert De Niro was also presented with the Excellence in Media Award by Jennifer Lawrence, while Mariah Carey took home the Ally Award.

The awards recognize and honor media for their fair and accurate representations of the LGBT community and lives, according to GLAAD.

See the full list of winners below, and view the winners previously announced during the Los Angeles ceremony on April 2 here.

  • Outstanding TV Journalism - Newsmagazine

    "Bruce Jenner: The Interview" — 20/20 (ABC) *WINNER
    "The Courage Game" — SportsCenter (ESPN)
    "Dividing The United Methodist Church" — To The Contrary (PBS)
    "Showdown in Indiana: The Battle Over Religious Rights" — CNN Special Report (CNN)
    True Life: I'm Genderqueer (MTV)

  • Outstanding TV Journalism Segment

    "Interview with Jim Obergefell" — Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN) *WINNER
    "Mary Bonauto on Her SCOTUS Victory" — The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)
    "Nicholas Coppola: Gay & Catholic"  — America Tonight (Al Jazeera America)
    "Pushing for Equality for Transgender People" — Melissa Harris-Perry (MSNBC)
    "Toddler Plays Role in Marriage Equality Case" — MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts (MSNBC)

  • Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

    Cosmopolitan *WINNER
    The Advocate

  • Outstanding Film - Limited Release

    Tangerine (Magnolia Pictures) *WINNER
    52 Tuesdays (Kino Lorber)
    Appropriate Behavior (Gravitas Ventures)
    Boy Meets Girl (Wolfe Video)
    Drunktown's Finest (Nehst Studios)

  • Outstanding Individual Episode

    "The Prince of Nucleotides" Royal Pains (USA Network) *WINNER
    "Gender" The Carmichael Show (NBC)
    "Please Don't Ask, Please Don't Tell" Black-ish (ABC)
    "Rock-a-Bye-Baby" NCIS New Orleans (CBS)
    "We Build, We Fight" NCIS (CBS)

  • Outstanding Digital Journalism - Multimedia

    "Stopping HIV? The Truvada Revolution" Vice *WINNER
    "Freed Trans Woman Ashley Diamond On Life Behind Bars In Men's Prison" HuffPost Live —
    "Holler if You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church" by Clay Cane —
    "Queerness On The Front Lines Of #BlackLivesMatter" MSNBC Originals
    "Transgender, at War and in Love" by Fiona Dawson —

  • Outstanding Newspaper Article

    "Cold Case: The Murders of Cosby and Jackson" by Dianna Wray (Houston Press) *WINNER
    "Gay and Transgender Catholics Urge Pope Francis to Take a Stand" by Laurie Goodstein (The New York Times)
    "Meet Dr. Levine, The State's Top Doc" by Michael A. Fuoco (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
    "Navy's First Openly Gay SEAL Builds His Life Anew" by David Zucchino (Los Angeles Times)
    "Transgender Today" (The New York Times)

  • Outstanding Magazine Article

    "Behind Brazil's Gay Pride Parades, a Struggle with Homophobic Violence" by Oscar Lopez (Newsweek) *WINNER
    "The First Black Trans Model Had Her Face on a Box of Clairol" Jada Yuan and Aaron Wong (New York)
    "Gus Kenworthy's Next Bold Move" by Alyssa Roenigk (ESPN The Magazine)
    "Just Your Average (Transgender) Teen" by Andrea Stanley (Seventeen)
    "Pride & Prejudice" by Linda Villarosa (Essence Magazine)

  • Outstanding Digital Journalism Article

    "This Is What It’s Like To Be An LGBT Syrian Fleeing For Your Life" by J. Lester Feder ( *WINNER
    "How the Killing of a Trans Filipina Woman Ignited an International Incident" by Meredith Talusan (
    "The Faces of Transgender Teen America" by David Yi (
    "The Ky Peterson Saga" by Mitch Kellaway and Sunnivie Brydum (
    "This Tiny Clinic is Fighting for Trans Patients Illegally Denied Medical Care" by Jennifer Swann (