Vixen (adult film company)

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Vixen
IndustryPornographic film
FoundedJuly 2016[1]
FoundersGreg Lansky[2]
Headquarters
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsPornographic film
Websitewww.vixen.com/ Edit this on Wikidata

Vixen Media Group, commonly referred to as Vixen, is an online media production company located in Los Angeles, California. They specialize in the production of adult content.

Company[edit]

Vixen Media Group was founded in 2014 by French entrepreneur and director Greg Lansky, CEO of GL Web Media and Strike 3 Holdings[3]. Lansky says he created the company to create higher-quality video that would be considered more 'artistic' than the normal realm of adult video content.

Vixen Media Group owns and operates six online adult film sites: Vixen, Tushy, Blacked, BlackedRaw, TushyRaw, and Deeper. All six sites share the same high-end style of production for their films.

Legal action[edit]

In 2017, Strike 3 Holdings, owner of the Vixen Media Group, filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in Manhattan Federal Court against individuals who downloaded and distributed the copywritten movies and placed them on file-sharing networks[4][5]. Strike 3 alleged copyright infringement “on a grand scale,” identifying alleged thieves by IP addresses. The suit was settled in 2018[6].

Awards[edit]

Vixen has won several major awards in the adult-film industry, including:

References[edit]

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