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Damian Pelliccione founded LGBTQ streaming service Revry when no one else was streaming LGBTQ content DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writertaffet@dallasvoice.com Revry CEO Damian Pelliccione said when they bought the original Apple TV that used only propriety apps and started searching for LGBTQ content, they found none.

Then they watched Apple CEO Tim Cook giving the company keynote, saying it would allow developers to create apps for the fourth generation Apple TV.

That’s the short version of how Pelliccione got the idea for Revry, the first LGBTQ streaming service. That was in 2015. Revry launched in 2016 at San Francisco Pride, and now it’s a fast-growing streaming service with 20 million monthly viewers.

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