Adult Industry News
Tue, Feb 08 2011 10:30am PST
Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is holding the "Free Love Lounge" fundraiser event this Thursday as part of the XBIZ Retail Expo & Conference. The event will be held at the Stone Rose Lounge inside the Sofitel Hotel in Los Angeles.
Tue, Feb 08 2011 10:00am PST
Girlfriends Films announced today that its movie “Poor Little Shyla” is the most successful VOD release ever for HotMovies.com.
Tue, Feb 08 2011 08:00am PST
The adult industry’s most respected legal minds will address today’s legal hot buttons in the XBIZ Retail Expo seminar “Retail Law: Avoiding Common Pitfalls & Hidden Danger Zones,” set for Friday, Feb. 11.
Tue, Feb 08 2011 06:00am PST
WINDSOR, Ont. — What’s being called the first adult store fully owned and operated by XXX performers in North America, two Canadians have opened Maxine's Adult Playground in downtown Windsor.
Mon, Feb 07 2011 11:45pm PST
Another large turnout at XBIZ LA saw the key decision makers from a variety of adult entertainment companies discuss how to better monetize content using different platforms to deliver it.
Mon, Feb 07 2011 08:30pm PST
Top processing execs covered a wide swath of topics affecting the online adult biz, including new federal laws that impact website operators and billing companies.
Mon, Feb 07 2011 05:00pm PST
A renowned panel of adult industry attorneys covered a wide variety of legal topics impacting today's adult entertainment industry from file-sharing suits, 2257, obscenity prosecutions, .XXX and a new law that affects webmasters who engage in cross sales.
Mon, Feb 07 2011 04:00pm PST
Kicking off the educational seminar schedule at the 2011 XBIZ LA Digital Media Conference was this year’s highly anticipated traffic session, entitled “Traffic: Sourcing & Acquiring Profitable Customers.”
Mon, Feb 07 2011 03:00pm PST
In what it's calling a major step toward making the interactive RealTouch haptic sex device a mainstream retail product, AEBN announced today a safe for work website.
Mon, Feb 07 2011 02:00pm PST
The New Jersey State Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Too Much Media’s long-running lawsuit against blogger Shelle Hale during a webcast Tuesday at 10 a.m. EST.