Proposition 8 Plaintiffs Launch New “The Husbands” Radio Show On UBN RADIO NETWORK

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PROPOSITION 8 PLAINTIFFS PAUL KATAMI & JEFF ZARRILLO LAUNCH NEW “THE HUSBANDS” RADIO SHOW ON UBN RADIO NETWORK Plaintiffs in the Landmark Marriage Equality Supreme Court

LOS ANGELES, CA (PRUnderground) October 6th, 2015

UBN RADIO (ubnradio.com), announces that Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, two of the plaintiffs in the historic marriage equality Supreme Court case, Hollingsworth vs Perry, that led to the overturning of California’s Proposition 8, has moved their popular SiriusXM show to UBN.

Husbands Itunes.jpgKatami and Zarrillo, whose story is chronicled in the Emmy-nominated HBO documentary, “The Case Against 8,” will bring their unique style and informative segments to the radio show each Sunday at 10am PST on ww.UBNRadio.com. “The Husbands” is a 1-hour radio program during which Katami and Zarrillo “entertain, enlighten and sometimes enrage” through segments like #HashItOut where listener generated questions about relationships get answered and their most popular segment “Don’t Be Dumb at Dinner” which tackles the weeks 5 hottest topics to make sure listeners have the answers and discussion points they need. “Our battle to win marriage equality in California was just the first step,” said Katami and Zarrillo. “Our work is not done until LGBT people of all ages are treated equally in all 50 states whether it be about marriage, employment, housing, bullying or any other issues facing our community. Having our radio show and podcast at UBN is exactly what we need to engage, inform and educate the public as we work toward full equality for LGBT Americans.” Katami and Zarrillo, widely known for their federal lawsuit against California’s Proposition 8, a ballot initiative that banned equal marriage rights in the state, was overturned on June 26, 2013 after a four and a half year struggle. On June 28, 2013, Katami and Zarrillo were officially married by Mayor Antonio Villariagosa at Los Angeles City Hall live on television across the United States. They continue to travel the country speaking to groups and organizations as leading voices in the advancement of equality for the LGBT community.

To book Katami and Zarrillo for speaking engagements or media interviews, please contact Rachel Zeidman at Gersh Agency rzeidman@gershny.com 212.634.8115.

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