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Revry Launches New LGBT Streaming Service

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Written by Richard Hack

LOS ANGELES– Revry is a recently launched groundbreaking streaming service which brings together specially curated content from across the digital universe. Created by and for the LGBTQ and allied communities, Revry provides a subscription service to a library of carefully selected short, medium, and long-form LGBTQ and other “snackable” digital content—made by indie creators from all over the world.

Available for $4.99 a month or $54.99 a year, the service is available for AppleTV, Roku, Chromecast, iOS, and Android.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Revry’s diverse team brings more than 30 years of experience in tech, digital media, and entertainment. best in QUEER digital series, TV, music videos, movies, and podcasts!  S, Android, Roku, and on

“We were so excited when the new Apple TV with an App Store first came out,” Revry’s CEO Damian Pelliccione told MacWorld, “but then we did a search for ‘LGBT’ and found nothing.”

Revry currently has revenue-sharing partnerships with hit web shows like Starting From… Now, Australia’s most-watched lesbian series with 24 million views; After Orange, a documentary series about women’s lives after incarceration that can be considered a real-life followup to Orange Is the New Black; and Cooking with Drag Queens, which is pretty self-explanatory.

“It’s extremely important for us to continue to expand the show’s reach to new audiences, but also that queer stories are told and are readily available to the community,” Starting From… Now’s writer/director/producer Julie Kalceff said in a press statement. “The Revry team’s passion both for digital media, queer content, and the LGBT community were clear from our first meeting.