Penthouse Adds Digital Edition; Editorial Offices Move to L.A.

Penthouse Adds Digital Edition; Editorial Offices Move to L.A.
Rhett Pardon

LOS ANGELES — Penthouse Magazine’s corporate parent, FriendFinder Networks, said Friday that future editions of the magazine will be available electronically through subscription on its website.

In addition, FriendFinder announced that Penthouse Magazine’s editorial division, which has operated out of New York City, will now operate out of the company’s Los Angeles-based office.   

Penthouse Magazine now will be integrated into FriendFinder’s online network, and the company the 50-year-old renowned will be “reimagined for the preferred consumption of content today by consumers,” said Jonathan Buckheit, CEO of FriendFinder Networks.

“As FriendFinder Networks is one of the innovators of online social media, it is only appropriate that our valuable Penthouse flagship magazine now join our other web offerings, available through FFN’s established worldwide network,” Buckheit said.

“This move will keep Penthouse competitive in the future and will seamlessly combine our unmatched pictorial features and editorial content with our video and broadcast offerings.”

Current magazine subscribers will receive notice in the mail providing information on how to add the online version, free of charge.