Skweez Media Inks New Deals, Expands Library

SANTA MONICA, Calif.—Skweez Media has announced that it has signed a number of new content deals with studios around the world and expanded its selection of streaming movies for its internet television network,

"For the past six months our main focus has been content, content, content," said Skweez Media vice co-founder, Mike Kulich. "It is our goal to be able to provide something for everyone and we have really went to every corner of the industry to be able to achieve that."

Skweez Media has recently inked deals with Wasteland, VCX, Sunlust Pictures, Harmony Films, Devils Film, Combat Zone, Filly Films, Brandon Iron Productions, Adult Source Media, The L Factor, Coast To Coast Video, Kinky Exploits, EroMaxx, Grindhouse Productions, Venom, Assence Films, Legend Video, JM Productions, Trouble Films, Monsters of Jizz, Dreamgirls, DVSX, Extreme Comixxx, Exquisite Multimedia, Maiko Pictures, Black Market, Abigail Productions, Homemade Media, Hot Mess, Exile Productions and Pounding Pink.

The company also announced that it has recently brought on a number of gay studios and will be rolling out those titles in the beginning of August.

"The wide variety of studios we have signed on provides our subscribers with a huge range of content," added Kulich. "We are streaming everything from high end lesbian features, queer porn, transsexual, parodies, features, anime, classics and everything in between."

Skweez Media, launched in January has been giving the Adult VOD market a complete dress rehearsal. Their business model differs from traditional VOD in that users purchase tokens for 99 cents and each token gives them 24 hours of unlimited streaming access to watch anything on the platform. The site does not deal in recurring billing. Users only pay for the days that they use the service. In addition, the network is accessible via Web, Mobile and has it's on Roku Channel which are all included in the 99 cents per day price.

The platform has drawn mainstream attention and been referred to as the Netflix of Porn by CNBC, The Daily Dot,, UpRoxx and Vice.

Production companies interested in licensing their content to the Skweez Media platform can e-mail Mike or visit