Marilyn Pittman

Co-Executive Producer and Co-Host, Out in the Bay

Marilyn Pittman is a veteran broadcaster.  Her radio career spans 30 years and includes two national radio programs, talk show stints at KQED FM and KGO AM in San Francisco, as well as a daily comedy/talk show in the year 2000 on which became Sirius radio's OUTQ channel.  She teaches broadcast performance at UC Berkeley and has been the leading voice coach and talent consultant for NPR stations since 1989.  The recipient of a 1991 GLAAD Media Award for her work as an openly gay stand-up comic and radio commentator, she has lived in San Francisco for 21 years.



Thu October 18, 2012
Out In The Bay - 10/18/12 - Trebor Healy

Two New Novels from Trebor Healey

"Funny, poignant, and erotic," says one reviewer about "Faun," the new novel by Trebor Healey.   "A Horse Named Sorrow," his second new novel, has been called "sexy, cinematic." Marilyn talks with him about the new work, what drives his passion for writing sexy, emotional stories, and his San Francisco roots.


Thu October 4, 2012
Out in the Bay - 10/4/12 - Pomo Afro Homos

Out In The Bay goes Pomo Afro Homos!

Pomo Afro Homos onstage

Pomo Afro Homos? Yes, "post-modern African American homosexuals," the
groundbreaking black queer performance troupe from the 90's is back! Marilyn Pittman
talks with Brian Freeman, one of the founders of the group that made history in San Francisco
during the AIDS crisis of the early 90's. He's reprising their signature show,

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Thu June 28, 2012


Wed May 30, 2012
Out in the Bay - May 31, 2012 - Dexter Davis

Black gay film mogul Dexter Davis on tonight's Out in the Bay (7pm Thursday)

D Street Media's CEO Dexter Davis: How does an openly gay African-American man become a film mogul? He acted like one. Hear Marilyn Pittman's interview with D Street Media CEO Dexter Davis. His global film production and distribution company includes productions in Berlin, Buenos Aires and Los Angeles.

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