"Reality is the new trend in adult content," said GigaCash Vice President Stephen Bugbee. "We are focusing on this newer trend and moving forward by providing our affiliates with a new breed of paysites."
Reality appears to be the wave of the future for the online porn industry. Reality programming currently dominates much of the schedules of mainstream broadcast and cable television. Shows such as "Survivor," "Big Brother," "The Osbournes" and Paris Hilton’s "The Simple Life" fill the airwaves.
On the big screen, Michael Moore’s "Fahrenheit 9/11" was number one at the box office and the $6 million documentary has earned more than $100 million since its June 2004 release. On the DVD front, Robert Greenwald’s documentary about the FOX News Channel, "Outfoxed," was number one at Amazon.com and sold more than 120,000 copies in less than two weeks.
GigaCash’s TokyoFuckFest features wild sex adventures shot on location in Japan. HerFirstFlick presents hometown nymphs getting their big break at becoming porn stars. And in HandjobAdventures, college cuties display their masturbatory expertise.