Will Porn Become a Mainstream Business?

Not 100366745-womens-crew.240x160too long ago, the average consumer would blush when talking about Larry Flynt’s business. Today, they very well may be promoting his company on their shirt.

As the porn film business continues to see revenues decline – a victim of both piracy and the copious amounts of free content on the Internet – more and more adult companies have begun expanding into new fields of business. And business has been good.

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Porn Shutdown May Hurt Web Sites More Than Studios

News that an adult entertainment industry performer tested positive for HIV has prompted most porn film studios to shut down production to ensure the safety of their actors and actresses.

Most big companies, including Vivid Entertainment, Digital Playground, Hustlerand Wicked Pictures, have voluntarily suspended production for an unspecified period.

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‘Long Island Lolita’ Amy Fisher Starts Porn Company

Amy Fisher, who has been called many things in her life, is about to add another title – porn magnate.

The woman perhaps best known as the “Long Island Lolita” has launched a adult film production company – and will produce and star in adult films for Dreamzone Entertainment starting later this year. The company, Amy Fisher Productions, initially plans four films to be release before the end of 2011.

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