During the company’s second quarter, which ended Sept. 30, New Frontier earned $3.7 million, increasing from $2.6 million earned during the same time last year.
New Frontier saw a 43 percent increase in quarterly revenue over the same period last year, going from $11.3 million in 2005 to $16.2 million this year.
The bulk of New Frontier’s good fortune came from its pay TV sector, a company spokesman said, with that profit center generating $12.2 million in revenue, a 14 percent jump over last year’s $10.7 million figure.
Pay-per-view TV accounted for the largest portion of gains in the pay TV group, with that segment reporting a 25 percent spike in revenue from $6 million a year ago to $7.5 million this year.
New Frontier operates its brand of adult entertainment under the TEN trademark, producing and distributing content via Internet, cable and satellite platforms.