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CNBC: Lessons Mainstream Can Learn From Porn

Tue, Jun 21 2011 11:15am PDT
An article on CNBC.com examines several lessons mainstream media can learn from the porn industry.

MILF Star Charlee Chase Launches Members Website

Tue, Jun 21 2011 09:30am PDT
MILF star Charlee Chase has launched her first members website as part of the Vette Nation Army network.

Apple Releases New Final Cut Pro Video Editing Software

Tue, Jun 21 2011 07:30am PDT
Apple released Final Cut Pro X today, the latest version of its professional video editing software program.

Judge Won't Allow Expedited Discovery in FacebookOfSex Suit

Mon, Jun 20 2011 05:45pm PDT
A federal judge has denied Facebook's request to expedite discovery requests in learning the identities of about 100 affiliates of FriendFinder-owned FacebookOfSex.com.

Tabitha Stevens Is Most Popular Among RealTouch Users in May

Mon, Jun 20 2011 03:00pm PDT
Adult performer Tabitha Stevens was the most requested performer in May by users of RealTouch.

Lebrun Starts Up Event, Marketing Firm Three Point Ohh!

Mon, Jun 20 2011 03:00pm PDT
Adult industry veteran Chris Lebrun on Monday said he's launched a new boutique event and marketing agency called Three Point Ohh!. The firm also plans a Las Vegas "elite event."

ECN Announces Continued Relationship With We-Vibe

Mon, Jun 20 2011 01:30pm PDT
East Coast News on Monday announced the continuation of its long-standing distribution relationship with We-Vibe.

Vivid in Apparent Settlement Deal With CelebrityCash

Mon, Jun 20 2011 01:00pm PDT
Vivid Entertainment apparently has agreed to settle a copyright infringement suit against the operators of CelebrityCash, who were accused of cashing in on poached content on three of its sites.

Adultcon Returns to Las Vegas

Mon, Jun 20 2011 10:00am PDT
Adultcon announced today that it will return to the Las Vegas strip Nov. 3-5 for the 3rd year in a row.

ICANN Votes to Add Domain Suffixes

Mon, Jun 20 2011 09:00am PDT
The dust hasn’t even settled on the approval of the controversial .XXX TLD domain name suffix, but that hasn’t stopped ICANN from announcing plans to dramatically increase the number of extensions from the current 22.
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