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Logo to Go Dark for Equality March


Gay cable network Logo announced that it would go dark for four hours on October 11 in support of the National Equality March on Washington, D.C.

The blackout, a first for the network since it launched in 2005, aims to highlight the importance of the march sponsored by Equality Across America.

"Most notably, Logo is joining the cause by "going dark" from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Eastern (the hours concurrent to the march) to emphasize the significance of the gathering," said a statement released by the network. "This is the first time in Logo's four-year history that the 24/7 channel will not broadcast programming."

The march and related events will take place during the weekend of October 10 and 11 with the goal of reinvigorating the national movement for LGBT rights.

In July, producers for the Broadway musical Hair announced that it would go dark on October 11 so that cast members could attend the march.

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