"Steven was enthusiastic, funny and extremely personable. He was a treat!"
- TheLWordOnline.com, reviewing Steven's appearance at the Paley Center for Media, New York City, 2004
"If we could have you back every month, we would! It was the students who pressed to bring you the first year, and they know best! So happy to have hosted you for two years. Here's to another two and then some!"
- Michelle Nicopolis, Associate Professor, Cuyahoga County College, Cleveland, 2013
"More than a decade of research has made him a walking encyclopedia of broadcast fiction, and a treasure trove of information for any media buff."
Zero magazine, Spain (interview article after a lecture gig in Madrid), 2004
"Capsuto is a dead-on analyst of trends and political patterns."
Brill's Content magazine, reviewing Steven's book Alternate Channels, 2000
PRESS (selected items)
"Putting the Reality into TV" - Rutgers Magazine
"Rutgers Alumnus Tracks Progress of LGBT Characters on TV" - Rutgers Focus
October 20, 2011
"Haddon Township man chronicles gay TV characters through the decades" - Philadelphia Inquirer
October 26, 2004:
"Presentation tackles TV interpretation" - Illinois State University Vidette
"Profile: Steven Capsuto" - Zero magazine, Spain (English translation)
Excerpt from "MTR Rundown" - TheLWordonline.com
March 22, 2002:
"The Author's Village: Steven Capsuto" - BottomLine magazine, Palm Springs, California
2002 (vol. 43, no. 1):
"Book Review: Alternate Channels" - Journal of Homosexuality
December 14, 2000:
"Our Days in the Sun: Alternate Channels" - from the Boston newspaper Bay Windows
September 28, 2000:
"My God, what they got away with in pro wrestling!" - Penn Current
August 24, 2000:
"Off the Shelf: Alternate Channels" - San Francisco Frontiers
"As Not Seen on Television: Alternate Channels" - Brill's Content magazine
"Alternate Channels - Book review" - GayToday
March 22, 1996:
"Speaker analyzes TV portrayal of gays" - University of Pennsylvania Daily Pennsylvanian
March 27, 1991:
"Expert Talks about Gays on TV" - University of Pennsylvania Daily Pennsylvanian