Since Carnal Media’s inception, the company has launched three distinct streaming networks. It has also expanded its offerings within these networks to 25 studio channels, with 14 in CarnalPlus, eight in BarebackPlus and three in FTMPlus.
Adult Time is launching its first gay studio, Heteroflexible, which is looking to explore largely uncharted territory by targeting the underserved gay-curious market.
When an eerily quiet driver for rideshare service “Let It Ride” (Derek Kage) makes a routine airport pickup, his passenger (Paul Wagner) begins regaling him with tales of overseas fun with exotic gents.
In the diabolical Netflix series “You,” bookish stalker Joe Goldberg is so obsessively enamored of the women on whom he fixates that he is perfectly willing to commit murder to ensure the object of his laser-focused romantic ambitions becomes his.
Ben Rush waxes rhapsodic about the classic Falcon Studios features that gave rise to the irresistible “California blonde” imagery that defined the venerable studio throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
When Charged Media first decided, several years ago, to gather an array of niche all-male paysites underneath one marketable umbrella, the plan quickly hit one minor stumbling block: what to name the new company.
When director Marc MacNamara informs us that he is doing our phone interview while lying in his darkened hotel room with compresses on his aching body, he is only half joking.
An exploratory pilot episode for what would become the burgeoning new all-male paysite RodsRoom.com first came to life several years ago, under the expansive artistic vision of Adult Time CCO Bree Mills and co-directors Michael Vegas and Siouxsie Q.
Adult industry attorney Stephan Ferris, aka performer Blue Bailey, is on the phone with XBIZ to promote his new memoir, “Blue Movie.” The book is a frank, unsparing account of Ferris’ battles with addiction as he pushed the limits of his sexuality as a gay adult entertainer.
As the appointed time for his interview with XBIZ approaches, Pierce Paris, the 2020 XBIZ Gay Performer of the Year, sends along a quick DM: “Look who is texting me at this moment!” he writes. “LMAO!”
Michael Lucas is a busy man. Emails setting up an interview with XBIZ originated from New York as well as his home in Puerto Vallarta, dubbed “Casa Lucas,” where he films much of the content these days for his own studio, Lucas Entertainment.
Walden Woods’ decade-plus career began with SeanCody.com during its initial bout of megafame, and has included a wide array of jobs, from directing and camerawork to managerial positions.
Jeremy Babcock is in a good mood as he jumps on the phone with XBIZ to discuss Next Door Studios, which has recently joined such all-male companies as Active Duty, Pride Studios and the newly launched Disruptive Films under Alpha Studio Group, the rebranded production arm of Zubb Media.
CockyBoys has kicked off its milestone 15th anniversary year with a series of commemorative events. That includes the online rerelease of 15 scenes that co-founder and four-time XBIZ Award-winning director Jake Jaxson feels best define the company and its evolution.
The nascent all-male label Disruptive Films launched last fall amid celebratory fanfare, with a splashy debut feature film and a notable array of behind-the-scenes talent.
In May, Falcon Studios closed out “Falcon Forever,” an epic, yearlong promotional campaign commemorating its 50th anniversary.
There’s a rule of thumb in adult that goes something like this: If you want to know what the industry will look like in three years, find out what’s happening in queer porn right now.
The veteran director Chi Chi LaRue is a survivor, having spent nearly 40 years helming every possible genre and subgenre of adult and riding out numerous market trends that blaze brightly and then burn out just as quickly.
Jacob Acosta and Harley Xavier are from the same town and were around each other quite a bit growing up, but it wasn’t until high school that Xavier made his move.
More than a decade ago, Tony Dimarco earned industry buzz with back-to-back XBIZ “Gay Director of the Year” wins for lavishly detailed, star-packed projects like modern erotica classic “To the Last Man.”