AEBN Unveils 840 New Hosted Galleries

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Adult Entertainment Broadcasting Network made a substantial addition to its adult affiliate portfolio Thursday by adding 840 new hosted galleries, AEBN spokesperson Michael Gregg announced.

The new additions represent 115 different niches, bringing AEBN's hosted gallery count to more than 2,000, Gregg stated. AEBN is aiming to raise that number to 4,000 by the beginning of 2005.

The new galleries also feature 30 all-new niches in straight, gay and fetish categories, including Gay Bareback, Gay Asian, Gay Blowjob and Gay Blowjob.

“It is AEBN's goal to offer the most volume and widest variety of hosted galleries to its thumbnail gallery post and movie gallery post webmasters,” said Mitch Harper, AEBN's Internet director. Harper added that AEBN plans to add more than 200 new galleries per week and will continue to increase the amount of its niche content.

"So, if you are a webmaster running a TGP or MGP, AEBN can fill all of your niches to keep your surfers coming back for more," Harper said.

AEBN also announced that it had updated 42 niche sites with content like Gay Bear, Gay Amateur, Fetish, Milf and Gangbang.

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