Treasure Island Breaks Record for AEBN's Most-Watched Video

Lyla Katz
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — AEBN reports that Paul Morris’s controversial "The 1,000 Load Fuck" has broken the record for the most-watched video in a debut month of any video — gay or straight— in the history of the AEBN video-on-demand networks.

According to the company, the previous record had been held by another T.I.M. title, "What I Can't See 2," since December 2006. "What I Can't See 2" remains the most-watched video of all time on AEBN.

"Treasure Island Media is our best-selling studio, with record-shattering statistics and a consistent running of top titles in our system," said Chris Baker of AEBN. "We have a great relationship with them, which I look forward to continuing."

The Paul Morris-owned studio is equally enthusiastic about the relationship.

"We're obviously pleased with being at the top," T.I.M. general manager Matt Mason said. "But that only means we will work even harder to produce the best and most honestly real videos ever. We aim to break our own records."

Treasure Island Media titles including "The 1,000 Load Fuck," "What I Can't See 2," "Breeding Season 2," and others, are available in their original versions directly from T.I.M. on DVD and download- to-own at