The Vixen Media Group led to international fame by Greg Lansky, has decided to dig deep into its pockets and help performers with a generous relief package. The company promised a quarter of a million dollars to help performers through the crisis in a variety of ways. At the heart of the idea: the performers become their own producers, and Vixen then purchases the films produced.
The studio group Vixen Media, which also includes the websites Tushy, Deeper, and Blacked, wants to help performers in the adult entertainment community during the production halt caused by the worldwide coronavirus epidemic.
To this end, the company is putting together a 250,000 dollar aid package. Performers will receive individual packages with cameras, lighting equipment, sex toys, lingerie and more so that they can produce new content from home, solo or with their domestic partner. Vixen pays performers a fee for each clip or film created in this manner.
Kayden Kross manages the creative day-to-day operations of the studio group and said about the support package: »Vixen Media Group has always been known for promoting the art of adult performance and unprecedented quality. We aim to showcase models’ beauty through content that stands above the rest and we remain committed to these values as the day-to-day operations of our production team shifts. We want to support the talent as well as our community during a time where we are all being faced with new challenges and uncertainties.«
The company hopes that the changed production methods will unleash new creativity and provide fans with exclusive, individual insights into the lives of performers and stars.
Commenting on the idea, Mark Spiegler, the influential founder of the Spiegler Girls agency, said: »It’s great to see Vixen come up with ways to keep the models and agents making money during this stressful time.«
For more information, please visit the company’s website.