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'Smash' and 'The Amazing Race' Among GLAAD Award Winners

March 18, 2013 (1:33 am) GMT
The NBC musical show was dubbed Outstanding Drama Series at the March 16 event, where Anderson Cooper was honored with Vito Russo Award.

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation announced some of the winners of its 24th annual Media Awards in New York on Saturday, March 16. Hosted by "" anchors Lara Spencer, Josh Elliott and Sam Champion, the event saw "" and "" as the winners in TV field.

The struggling NBC show, which stars and , nabbed the Outstanding Drama Series title, beating out the likes of "" and "". The CBS long-running competition series was hailed as Outstanding Reality Program. It edged out "" and "" among other contenders.

The New York leg additionally saw presenting with Vito Russo Award, which honors openly gay media professionals who have made a difference in promoting equality. "" and "" director Brett Ratner was honored with the inaugural Ally Award for his work in launching the "Coming Out for Equality" PSA campaign along with Comcast.

GLAAD also presented awards in documentary, print journalism and Broadway & Off Broadway theater categories that night. Other winners will be announced in a Los Angeles ceremony on April 20.

The 24th GLAAD Award winners announced on March 16:





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