GaVo; Lawsuits, staff changes shake up Atlanta’s LGBT media outlets

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A number of personnel changes plagued the newly launched Peach ATL magazine, a rebrand of the former David Atlanta publication. The changes also affect staff involved in publications Goliath and Fenuxe. (Photo by Dallas Anne Duncan)

Lawsuits, staff changes shake up Atlanta’s LGBT media outlets

 

On July 12, a fresh glossy hit Atlanta newsstands: Peach ATL, the city’s newest nightlife and gay lifestyle magazine.

Inside the cover, some familiar names graced the pages. Mike Fleming, co-owner of Project Q, editorial director of David Atlanta and Goliath is named editorial director. William Duffee-Braun, co-founder of Fenuxe, sales and development director for David and publisher for Goliath, is the publisher and registered agent for Peach ATL Media, LLC.

Or, well, they were.

Barely a month after the first issue — a complete rebrand of the now-defunct David Atlanta, Peach ATL is under new ownership. So is Goliath Media LLC. And the name of the new registered agent for both may sound familiar to the Atlanta LGBT community...

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