AdultDigitalMedia Signs With Metro and Don Goo

Gretchen Gallen
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – AdultDigitalMedia.com, the newly launched content aggregator and Sin City Digital subsidiary, announced two significant deals Friday with content provider Metro Interactive and Chatsworth, Calif.-based Don Goo Enterprises, a distribution company founded by the former vice president and head of production for Jill Kelly Productions.

The agreement between AdultDigitalMedia and Metro includes developing webmaster plug-ins from the Metro library, which is considered one of the largest sources of adult content in the industry. The deal also includes distribution and marketing terms, AdultDigitalMedia co-founder Win Dunseath told XBiz, and will equal thousands of hours of content across nearly every adult genre available.

Product lines included in the deal with Metro are from TOXXXic Entertainment, Cal Vista, Fusxion, Sex and the Studio, Gonzo Video, Metro Urban, and Amazing.

Additionally, AdultDigitalMedia will soon be releasing a product that combines titles from Sin City and Metro that Dunseath expects will be a "phenomenal hit." The product will be based on the work of a popular adult director whose name will be released at a future date. According to Dunseath, titles by that director will include 40 full-length feature films.

In addition to AdultDigitalMedia's deal with Metro, the content aggregator plans to launch another webmaster plug-in product with Don Goo called Goo2Go that utilizes all AdultDigitalMedia's titles, including SheMale, Gay, Amateur, Brazilian, New Zealand, Strap-ons, Blow Jobs, Masturbation, Gay and Asian.

AdultDigitalMedia made its official launch on Aug. 30 as a subsidiary of Sin City Digital, which Dunseath and partner David Sturman founded two years ago.

"I'm really proud that AdultDigitalMedia has signed Sin City, Metro and Don Goo," said Dunseath. "Their material provides us with a consistent quality that webmasters need to help retain membership on their sites. We will be releasing new content products every week."