Vixen Media Group

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Vixen Media Group
IndustryPornography
Founded2014; 9 years ago (2014)
FoundersSteve Matthyssen
Mike Miller
Greg Lansky[1]
Headquarters
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsPornographic films
Websitevixengroup.com

Vixen Media Group, commonly referred to as Vixen, is an Internet pornography production company located in Los Angeles, California.

Company[edit]

Vixen Media Group was founded in 2014 by French entrepreneur and director Greg Lansky, CEO of GL Web Media and Strike 3 Holding along with partners Steve Matthyssen and Mike Miller.[2] 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.[citation needed]

Vixen Media Group owns and operates seven online adult film sites: Vixen, Tushy, Blacked, Blacked Raw, Tushy Raw, Deeper, and Slayed. Slayed was launched in August 2021, and is the first all-girl brand, and was created as part of a mission to revolutionize female sex portrayals while attracting an audience of all genders and sexualities.[3][4]

Greg Lansky sold his stake in Vixen Studios in January 2020.[5]

Legal action[edit]

In 2017, Strike 3 Holdings, owner of Vixen Studios, filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against individuals who downloaded and distributed the copyrighted movies and placed them on file-sharing networks.[6][7]

Awards[edit]

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

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