Six-year-old Raging Stallion Studios, based in San Francisco, has built its reputation on high-quality gay content. The focus has been on the hairy man and leather niches, according to co-owner and producer Michael Brandon, but the company aims to probe new niches aggressively.
The studio releases more than 20 titles a year and currently has about 100 titles in its catalog.
“Due to the tremendous reach of AEBN, we expect Raging Stallion to be exposed to people who may never have seen our movies,” said Brian Randall, the studio’s director of digital operations.“We predict that our new relationship with AEBN will further enhance market awareness of our brands and movies. We’re looking forward to a long and mutually profitable relationship.”
Added Erin Burns, AEBN’s senior content executive, “AEBN has wanted to work with Raging Stallion since we started streaming movies, so when this opportunity to work with such an accomplished and well-known studio finally came my way, I did a little dance in excitement.”