The show, co-hosted by AVN Online Senior Editor MJ McMahon and model and former Penthouse Pet Aimee Sweet, airs live at 4 p.m. ET, Thursday, Feb. 9.
Kremen recently sold Sex.com for eight-figures after enduring a 10-year legal saga. In 1995, Stephen Michael Cohen stole the domain from him. After being convicted of the theft in 2001, Cohen fled the country. Kremen pursued him until his arrest in late October 2005.
“We wanted to kick off the return of AVN Afternoons with a bang,” McMahon says. “Gary Kremen is hands down one of the most intriguing people in the business, and what better way to hear this amazing story than from the man himself? We might just have some other surprises up our sleeve too, so be sure to tune in.”
“I love Gary; he is a great guy!” Sweet says. “When I was living in San Diego I got to know Gary very well, and I’m very happy to see his long, drawn-out fight over Sex.com come to a positive resolution. He deserves it.”
In addition to excellent guests, AVN Afternoons also will feature a weekly trivia contest. This week the show will be giving away a $100 voucher for use at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel’s Mission Grille during the Phoenix Forum, courtesy of SmashBucks.
The Phoenix Forum runs March 30 to April 1.
About YNOT Radio
YNOT Radio provides original adult business talk and programming from adult industry expert hosts from YNOT.com and from various sectors of the industry. The Internet radio station serves as the official radio partner of AVN and AVN Online.
AVN Media Network is the leading independent authority in adult entertainment, covering the industry In Print, In Person, and Online. The AVN Media Network includes the monthly magazines AVN, AVN Online, and GAYVN, along with the bi-monthly AVN Adult Novelty Business; the leading adult industry trade shows AVN Adult Entertainment Expo, Internext, and the AVN Adult Novelty Expo, the consumer show Erotica LA, and online content through the AVN.com, AVNOnline.com and GAYVN.com news and information portals, along with cutting-edge industry e-newsletters. AVN also hosts the annual AVN Awards ceremony every January in Las Vegas as well as the GAYVN Awards every March in West Hollywood.