AdultFilmStarContent Introduces Flat Monthly Fee Licensing Option

AdultFilmStarContent Introduces Flat Monthly Fee Licensing Option

LOS ANGELES — Adult Film Star Content (AFSC) has introduced a new bulk content licensing option, offering access to its catalog of 50,000 titles and 50,000 photosets for one flat monthly fee.

A rep noted the new program comprises a two-year agreement at a rate of $500 per month for 24 months; the agreement can be canceled after the initial 24-month period or may be continued from that point on a month-by-month basis.

“While AFSC still offers individual scenes and DVDs for license, we wanted to give website owners another option for licensing new scenes," a rep said. "Instead of licensing one at a time, this program lets them have access to everything for a flat monthly fee. This is perfect for membership website owners who need a constant stream of new content to keep their members happy."

The website owner can download any number of videos or photos from the AFSC library, but "the content can only be used on approved membership websites," added the rep. "This content program license is for membership websites only and may not be used on tube or other 'free to access' websites."

New content is added weekly; all content includes model releases, associated 2257 documents and metadata files.

For additional details, visit AdultFilmStarContent.com, follow AFSC on Twitter or contact sales@afsc.tv.

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