Clark is regularly sought out by the media to comment on the development of LGBTQ+ tourism in the world. He has participated in interviews, lead round-table conversations and moderated panel discussions at tourism salons and conferences around the globe.
Trois questions à Clark Massad sur le tourisme LGBTQ+ en France, post Covid-19
August 6, 2020 - Clark Massad replies to "three questions" from the French news and information website Komitid.fr highlighting the results of a recent travel survey conducted by IGLTA and discusses the resilience of the LGBTQ+ travel community following the Covid-19 pandemic (in French).
Queer ou Pas? ... l'Enquête sur le tourisme LGBTQ+ post Covid-19
August 3, 2020 - In this edition of his web series "Queer ou pas?" (Queer or not?), Canadian travel blogger Danny Kronstrom, creator of the francophone travel website GayVoyageur, interviews Clark Massad about the results of a 2020 IGLTA poll aimed at measuring LGBTQ+ travel habits and intentions, following the Covid-19 health crisis. The interview specifically focuses on the results French sample of the global survey (interview conducted in French).
Queer ou Pas? ... Nice et la Côte d'Azur
June 30, 2020 - In this edition of his web series "Queer ou pas?" (Queer or not?), Canadian travel blogger Danny Kronstrom, creator of the francophone travel website GayVoyageur, interviews Jean-Louis Longo of AGLAE, the LGBTQ+ Center serving the Nice - Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France. When asked by Kronstrom about the factors that have contributed to the growth of LGBTQ+ tourism in Nice over the past 10 years, Longo specifically cites the work of Clark Massad and the city's Global Partnership with IGLTA since 2011. Scroll ahead to the 3' mark to hear this portion of the interview (in French).
Eye on Travel with Peter Greenberg
December 14, 2019 - Peter Greenberg, known in the industry as The Travel Detective, is the host of Eye on Travel, a three-hour weekend radio program. The show is broadcast from a different place each week, ranging from major cities, to remote locations around the world. The program, now in its 20th season, is distributed by CBS Radio, and features local guests speaking about the destination, call-in listeners and global newsmakers. This edition Eye on Travel comes from the Signature Travel Network Annual Global Summit at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Guests include Clark Massad, Vice President of Global Partnerships for IGLTA, who provides an update on the evolution of LGBTQ+ travel (segment begins at 50:30).