New Frontier Media, Inc. is a leading provider of transactional television services and a distributor of motion picture entertainment, including provision of adult-themed pay-per-view content for cable and satellite operators across the United States. The Company owns thousands of hours of digital content and partners with movie studios to bring together the most exciting variety of transactional adult entertainment available today.
New Frontier Media’s Film Production segment produces original motion pictures that are distributed in the U.S. on premium movie channels, such as Cinemax and Showtime, and internationally on similar services. The Film Production segment also develops and produces exciting original event programming that is widely distributed on satellite and cable pay-per-view networks. Recently, New Frontier Media was merged into the holdings of L.F.P., Inc., which is headed up by iconic adult entertainment patriarch, Larry Flynt.
In 2011, TranslationsXXX began working on several significant projects aimed at bringing New Frontier Media content to an even wider audience, by leveraging the use of expert language translation and cultural marketing consultation services.
“I have been working directly with TranslationsXXX for about a year, and our company has been doing business with them for over two years,” said Justin Himes, New Frontier Media. “They have proven to be a valuable resource when we seek out new business. Quite often, our potential clients request specific dialects or terminology, and TranslationsXXX has sourced individuals who can accommodate our requests. Their projects are always returned quickly, and their linguists adhere to any guidelines we put in place.”
With a long history of producing XXX content for clients from all over the globe, New Frontier Media understands the importance of keeping things local. Recent statistics have shown that visitors are far more likely to become customers when the content and marketable materials are adapted to their own language of choice, rather than by requiring the audience to adapt itself to the content