FSC Anti-Piracy PSA Videos Now on YouTube

Bob Johnson

CANOGA PARK, Calif. – The Free Speech Coalition (FSC) today released two anti-piracy public service announcement videos that can be seen on YouTube.

The first video, “FSC All-Star Anti-Piracy PSA,” features a diverse cast of adult industry luminaries, including performers Lisa Ann, Alektra Blue, Kaylani Lei, Kimberly Kane, Joanna Angel, Nicki Hunter, Julie Meadows, Sinnamon Love, Charlie Laine and Ron Jeremy, as well as directors Will Ryder, Axel Braun and Cousin Stevie.

The video spot delivers a serious message to consumers about the negative impact of illegal downloads on the adult industry. It also provides insight into how the industry provides jobs and generates revenue for thousands of people involved in content production.

The second video spot, entitled “FSC ‘Turn a Frown Upside-Down’ PSA” stars performer Charlie Laine, and delivers a humorous, visual message to consumers about the evils of content theft.

Both videos can be seen in standard and hi-def.

“We produced these PSAs hoping they will start a public dialogue on the ways illegal downloading and content theft have a tremendously negative impact on the adult industry,” said FSC Membership Director Joanne Cachapero.

“FSC recently launched its Anti-Piracy Action Program, which enables content producers to take action against the illegal tube sites. Now, we would like content producers and other industry members to use these PSAs on their DVDs, websites and social networks, to communicate with consumers and deliver the message that illegal downloads are devastating to the thousands of people who depend upon the adult industry to earn a living.”

The FSC said industry members that would like to post the videos on websites and social networks can find embedding codes on YouTube and are encouraged to “viral” the PSAs to their online networks.

Content producers that would like to use the PSAs on DVD products, as a trailer, can contact FSC to receive a data disc containing the PSAs in full-resolution Hi-Def format.

“FSC also would like to thank everyone that volunteered their time for this special project,” Cachapero added. “The people that starred in the videos; Michael Whiteacre, who directed the spots; and also the mainstream studio that donated its facilities and crew for production. Everyone involved understands that content theft has a tremendous negative impact on all areas of entertainment — adult and mainstream. It’s vital to convey that message to the consumer.”

For more information contact Cachapero at (818) 348-9373 or joanne@freespeechcoalition.com.