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Magic Silk, Male Power Launch YouTube Channel

Magic Silk and Male Power have launched a YouTube channel that offers full-motion video for customers to more fully appreciate the appearance and texture of Magic Silk/Male Power garments with 360 degree views filmed runway style.

Nica Noelle Forms Partnership With AEBN, Launches Candy Girl, Hard Candy Films

Director Nica Noelle, who created Sweetheart Video, Sweet Sinner Films and Sweet Sinema Films, has parted ways with former parent company Mile High Media and signed a new deal with adult VOD site AEBN.

L.A. Direct Models Signs Director Lizzy Borden

LA Direct Models has signed director Lizzy Borden for representation.

CalExotics Honors Breast Cancer Awareness

CalExotics honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the Papillion Massager and Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC).

Shunga Wins Erotixxx Award for Best Female Product

Shunga Erotic Art was recognized with an Erotixxx Award for Best Female Product for its Hold Me Tight vaginal tightening gel during last week’s eroFame show.

Nevada Justices Deny Motion to Stay Private’s Receivership

The Nevada Supreme Court today denied Private Media Group’s motion to stay receivership in the company.

BMS Wins Best Product Line at eroFame

EAN Magazine Publisher Matthias Poehl presented BMS Factory with the Best Product Line award for its Swan collection of luxury vibes.

iPads Claim 97% of U.S. Tablet Traffic in August

The tablet market now accounts for a third of non-computer web traffic with Apple’s iPad leading the way with 97 percent of that amount, a new market study by ComScore showed.

BiBi Jones, ‘Fighters’ on HDNet Thursday

Digital Playground contract star BiBi Jones will appear on HDNet this at 9 p.m. this Thursday and again on Oct. 15.

Liberator Soothes U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan

Luxury erotic furniture designer Liberator recently received a package containing a letter, photographs and mementos from the C Company, 3-4 Assault Helicopter Battalion — the Warriors — who flew under the callsign “Liberator” during a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan.