September 28, 2006

News from “Women in Adult”

I’m not big on posting press releases but I’m making an exception with this one because, well, because without women in adult I don’t have a job. So, here’s the news from “Women in Adult” brought to you by some women in adult… and I’m not even screwing around with it. I’m posting it just the way they sent it: Same font, same bold type in places, same everything.

XBIZ Acquires WIA, Relaunches Website

(LOS ANGELES) – More than three years since its inception by business consultant Holly Moss, Women in Adult (WIA) has changed hands and now will be managed by media company XBIZ, parent company of and trade magazines XBIZ World and XBIZ Video.

XBIZ will oversee management of the website,, as well as related functions and events supporting women in the industry.

WIA was founded on the premise of empowering women in the adult industry with business development opportunities, as well as providing a forum where industry women can speak their minds freely and build strategic alliances with one another.

“I have tremendous respect for women in the adult industry, especially those who have overcome great challenges in order to achieve their success,” company President Alec Helmy said. “XBIZ has always supported WIA’s core mission of empowering, inspiring, and supporting women in the adult entertainment industry. XBIZ is very proud to be involved in shaping the future of WIA.”

The revamped website, which launched today, features Woman of the Month profiles, industry news, events calendar and a discussion board.

“This is a great opportunity to bring women from all areas of the industry together to network, socialize and inspire one another,” XBIZ Sales Manager Kristen Kaye said.

“It is an exciting time for women in the adult industry,” said XBIZ Director of Public Relations, Dusty Marie. “What a wonderful and advantageous prospect for the growing number of women to network, advise and support one another. The strong backing of XBIZ provides the stability and resources WIA needs. The teaming of XBIZ and WIA is an ideal pairing.”

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