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Kit Cowan & Michael Ausiello

Michael Ausiello (born February 23, 1972) is an American television industry journalist and actor. He was a Senior Writer at TV Guide and its companion website, TVGuide.com. On May 28, 2008, Ausiello left TV Guide for Entertainment Weekly and posted his first blog for them on July 2, 2008. On October 4, 2010, he announced his departure from Entertainment Weekly to join Jay Penske's Mail.com Media, where he launched a new TV site, TVLine.com. Ausiello married photographer Kit Cowan (born 1973), his partner since 2001, in 2014. Kit Cowan passed away on February 5, 2015, due to an aggressive Neuroendocrine cancer. (P: Gage Skidmore. Michael Ausiello at the 2011 Comic Con in San Diego)

Ausiello grew up in Roselle Park, New Jersey. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California, and spent three years as the senior news editor of Soaps In Depth magazine and served as media relations coordinator at Entertainment Tonight prior to joining TV Guide.

Ausiello penned two columns at TV Guide: The Ausiello Report, a weekly print column that expanded into a regularly updated blog online, and Ask Ausiello, an exclusively online weekly Q&A. Ausiello contributed to the website's weekly podcast, TV Guide Talk and the weekly TV Guide Channel program The 411 with a five-minute segment entitled "The Big Five", where he commented on the top five entertainment industry stories of the week. Ausiello also had a vodcast version of The Ausiello Report.


Michael Ausiello is an American television industry journalist and actor. He was a Senior Writer at TV Guide and its companion website, TVGuide.com. In 2008, Ausiello left TV Guide for Entertainment Weekly and posted his first blog for them on July 2, 2008. On October 4, 2010, he announced his departure from Entertainment Weekly to join Jay Penske's Mail.com Media, where he launched a new TV site, TVLine.com.  Ausiello married photographer Kit Cowan, his partner since 2001, in 2014. Kit Cowan passed away on February 5, 2015, due to an aggressive Neuroendocrine cancer.



Ausiello has also contributed commentary to media outlets outside of TV Guide, such as Today, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, American Morning, Inside Edition, Extra, Access Hollywood, and Entertainment Tonight. He is a regular guest every Friday morning on Sirius Satellite Radio's popular morning show, "OutQ in the Morning" (Channel 109) with host Larry Flick, where they converse with callers about all things television—shows, stars, and plot lines, including scoops and spoilers.

Having garnered a number of connections with actors and producers such as Amy Sherman-Palladino, Ausiello has appeared in a few cameo roles on episodes of such television series as Gilmore Girls, Veronica Mars, and Scrubs.

Ausiello purportedly is "frenemies" with E!Online columnist Kristin Dos Santos and TV Guide columnist Matt Mitovich.

Ausiello is a pesca-vegetarian. He currently resides in New York City.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Ausiello

Further Readings:

The New Queer Aesthetic on Television: Essays on Recent Programming by James R. Keller and Leslie Stratyner
Paperback: 222 pages
Publisher: McFarland & Company (November 4, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0786423900
ISBN-13: 978-0786423903
Amazon: The New Queer Aesthetic on Television: Essays on Recent Programming

Television is awash with newly embraced gay and lesbian themes that have crossed over into the collective pop culture of America. Dramas like Queer As Folk and The L Word, comedies like Will & Grace,and even reality shows including the popular Queer Eye for the Straight Guy signify a new commercial acceptance of homosexuality that has never been seen before in the United States. However, the increasing exposure has prompted critics to argue that the gay and lesbian representation on television is oversimplified and is rife with one-dimensional characters. Ultimately, the viewers will decide the future of homosexuality and homosexual characters on television.
The text offers essays that explore such topics as the politics of representation and the clash of progressive and regressive social agendas in television and the emphasis on the search for a space for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and the transgendered within the mainstream media. The book contains criticisms of characters in such shows as Six Feet Under, Queer As Folk, Friends and Ellen.

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