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In January 2015, the company announced that it was discontinuing publication of its print titles, with the final edition of Xtra! In July 2004, Pink Triangle Press became a minority partner in Pride Vision TV when the channel was sold by Headline Media Group to William Craig.
Pride Vision was subsequently rebranded Out TV and a new gay male adult subscription channel, HARDtv, was launched at the same time.
In February 2008 Pink Triangle Press acquired Toronto-based publication fab, a gay scene magazine which had previously been seen as Xtra! On March 12, 2013, Pink Triangle Press announced that fab would be discontinued, with its final issue slated for publication on April 24.
In March 2017 Pink Triangle Press acquired the location based gay dating and social network app Guy Spy. The acquisition was part of Pink Triangle Press' growth strategy to expand into an entirely new segment through the Guy Spy social network and mobile app.
Prisoners wearing a pink triangle were harshly treated, even by other prisoners.In 1995, after a decade of campaigning for it, a pink triangle plaque was installed at the Dachau Memorial Museum to commemorate the suffering of gay men and lesbians.