LGBTQ radio program comes to MSU
A nonprofit producing radio programs and podcasts for LGBTQ youth is coming to East Lansing. We talk with founder Marc Sophos about OutCasting, along with a student working on the project at MSU.
A New York-based radio program and podcast working with LGBTQ youth is starting its first operation away from the Big Apple. It’s called OutCasting, and there’s a meeting later this week to launch the project at Michigan State.
Current State’s Scott Pohl talks with the Marc Sophos, a radio veteran and MSU grad. He started OutCasting as a place for the stories of LGBTQ youth to be told and to be heard. Joining the conversation is Kayl Black, an MSU student who’s helping bring OutCasting to East Lansing.