DocuBay snaps up LGBTQ+ titles from OUTtv

Safe Country

Documentary streamer DocuBay has acquired a package of LGBTQ+-focused documentary features from Canada’s OUTtv, the LGBTQ+ television network.

The films cover a wide range of issues and are featured in DocuBay’s newest category called PrideBay, dedicated to films chronicling diverse and complex LGBTQ+ experiences. 

The acquired titles include 19 and Homeless, transgender doc Why Go Through That?, surrogacy story Made With Pride, and Safe Country which follows the stories of three queer refugees in Vancouver.

Adita Jain, head of acquisition & content at DocuBay, said: “We’re thrilled to partner with OUTtv, not only to share LGBTQ+ stories that address critical issues, but to highlight them in our new PrideBay.

Brad Danks, CEO of OUTtv, added: “Our partnership with Docubay will allow us to continue to expand the availability of queer-focused programming and ensure that LGBTQ+ content is accessible to everyone, worldwide.”

Headquartered in Mumbai, India, DocuBay is available on platforms including the App Store, Google Play, Fire TV, and Apple TV.

 

Tags: DocuBay, OUTtv

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