Adult Industry News
Thu, Feb 12 2009 01:00pm PST
Former Playboy Enterprises Inc. CEO and chairwoman Christie Hefner received a $2 million severance payment when she left the company, according to a regulatory filing.
Thu, Feb 12 2009 09:45am PST
AdamMale.com has decided to drop bareback titles from its product line, a move some in the gay adult entertainment industry hailed.
Wed, Feb 11 2009 03:00pm PST
Playboy Enterprises Inc. has found a hook with its famous casting calls, and it might bring in added revenue. The company charges models a $49.95 registration for the casting call, which is offered online only at PlayboyCastingCalls.com.
Wed, Feb 11 2009 11:45am PST
Facing a budget shortfall estimated at $8 billion, a Washington state representative has proposed legislation to tax consumers of adult entertainment materials and services by a whopping 18.5 percent.
Wed, Feb 11 2009 07:00am PST
A Michigan state senator has introduced a sweeping adult entertainment proposal that not only would tax strip-club patrons in the state but require all workers at adult clubs to register for special-work permits.
Mon, Feb 09 2009 04:00pm PST
Organizers of the AVN Novelty Expo and ANME Founders Show find themselves in a donnybrook, days after an XBIZ news story announced the reformation of the ANME show.
Fri, Feb 06 2009 01:30pm PST
It’s been years since the last ANME show, but the sex toy and novelty B2B expo is making a comeback July 10-12 at the Warner Center Marriott in Woodland Hills, Calif.
Fri, Feb 06 2009 06:00am PST
The controversy over the 30-second porn interruption during the Super Bowl continues to expand, with the federal government threatening to get involved.
Thu, Feb 05 2009 05:00pm PST
XBIZ is gearing up for its largest industry conference and most glamorous awards show yet, both featuring the adult industry’s A-list elite from all walks of the business.
Wed, Feb 04 2009 05:45pm PST
Online adult companies have every reason to be concerned over an appeal by the state of Kentucky in its attempt to halt Internet gambling by seizing 141 domain names whose owners are located primarily out of state or overseas.