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ClubJenna

ClubJenna
Industry Pornography
Founded 2000
Founder Jenna Jameson & Jay Grdina
Headquarters Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
Products Pornographic films
Parent Playboy Enterprises

ClubJenna, Inc. is a multi-media adult entertainment company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was founded in 2000 by adult film actress Jenna Jameson, and Jay Grdina, who performed as an adult film actor under the name Justin Sterling and today is president of ClubJenna, Inc. Initially a single website, the business expanded into managing similar websites of other stars and began producing pornographic films in 2000. The first such film, Briana Loves Jenna (with Briana Banks), was named at the 2003 AVN Awards as the best-selling and best-renting pornographic title for 2002. Its assets include a film production business, a network of pay web sites, as well as a subscription-based cable television channel. By 2005 Club Jenna had revenues of US$30 million with profits estimated at half that.[1] In 2006 it was described by Reuters as one of the handful of studios that dominate the U.S. porn industry.[2]

Club Jenna contract girls Sophia Rossi, Jenna Jameson, Chanel St. James and Ashton Moore at the 2006 AVN Awards

The studio is currently home to contract performers Lela Star and Roxy Jezel. Krystal Steal was the first performer to secure a contract with the company in October 2003. On May 2, 2007, it was formally announced that the company had decided not to renew the contracts of four of their premier performers; Ashton Moore, McKenzie Lee, Sophia Rossi, and Chanel St. James. Jesse Capelli and Brea Bennett left the company shortly thereafter.[3]

On June 22, 2006, Playboy Enterprises announced the acquisition of the company.[4] Playboy TV hosts the Jenna's American Sex Star reality show where aspiring porn stars compete for a Club Jenna contract. Winners of the contracts for the first two years were Brea Bennett and Roxy Jezel.[5]

In Tucson, Arizona and surrounding areas, the standard definition (not Hi-Definition) feed of the Comcast cable broadcast of Super Bowl XLIII was interrupted in 2009 by an unknown party, when 30 seconds from "Shorteez" was broadcast to homes instead. Comcast offered a $10 credit for customers who claimed to have seen the incident.[6]

Film library

  • 2002
  • 2003
    • I Dream of Jenna (d: Justin Sterling)
    • Jenna Loves Kobe (d: Justin Sterling)
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
    • Porno Revolution (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Nikita's Extreme Idols (d: Laurent Sky)
    • McKenzie Made (d: Red Ezra)
    • Krystal Therapy (d: Barry Woods)
    • Sophia Syndrome (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Deep in Style (d: Laurent Sky)
    • McKenzie Illustrated (d: Jamie Shamrock)
    • Insexts (d: Philip Mond)
    • Jenna's Provocateur (d: Jenna Jameson)
    • Brea's Crowning Glory (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Chanel No. 1 (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Ashton Asylum (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Jesse Factor (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Filthy's First Taste (d: Cezar Capone)
    • MILF School (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Altered Minds (d: DCypher)
    • Jenna Loves Justin (d: Justin Sterling)
    • McKenzie Loves Pain (d: Ernest Greene)
  • 2007
    • Filthy's First Taste: Second Edition (d: Cezar Capone)
    • MILF School 2 (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Killer Desire (d: DCypher)
    • Club Jenna's Casting Couch Part 1 (d: Dic Tracy)
    • Rockin' Roxy (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Filthy's Monster Cocks (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Filthy's First Taste 3 (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Sophia Revealed (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Chatte Magnifique (d: Bill Fisher)
    • Brea's Prowl (d: Bill Fisher)
    • Janine Loves Jenna (d: Justin Sterling)
    • Jesse Loves Pain (d: Ernest Greene)
    • Chanel Illustrated (d: Jim Enright)
    • Bangin Brea (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Confessions Of The Heart (d: DCypher)
    • La Femme Chanel (d: Bill Fisher)
    • I Dream Of Jenna # 2 (d: Justin Sterling)
    • Beloved Chanel (d: DCypher)
    • Rossi's Revenge (d: Bill Fisher)
    • Brea Unfaithful (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Sophia's Private Lies (d: DCypher)
    • Lela Undone (d: DCypher)
    • Erotic Aftershock (d: DCypher)
  • 2008
    • Jenna Loves Diamonds (d: Michael Zen)
    • Filthy's First Taste 7 (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Dylan's Ultimate Fantasy (d: Cezar Capone)
    • Pinup Perversions With Lela Star (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Sophia Royale (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Chanel # 2 (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Roxy Jezel: Shagaholic (d: DCypher)
    • Brea's Mirror Image (d: DCypher)
    • Roxy's Wet Dreams (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Pinup Perversions With Roxy Jezel (d: Laurent Sky)
    • High Definition (d: Bill Fisher)
    • Cock Grinder: Brea Bennett (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Served Raw (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Burn (d: Paul Thomas)
    • Possessed & Undressed (d: DCypher)
    • Brea's Private Lies # 2 (d: DCypher)
    • Milk Jugs (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Ass On Tap (d: Brett Andrews)
    • Sophia Illustrated (d: Jim Enright)
    • Pinup Perversions With Krystal Steal (d: Laurent Sky)
    • Flesh Agenda (d: Laurent Sky)

Awards

  • 2003 AVN Award - 'Top Selling Release of the Year' for Brianna Loves Jenna [7]
  • 2003 AVN Award - 'Top Renting Release of the Year' for Brianna Loves Jenna [7]
  • 2005 AVN Award - 'Best Video Feature' for Bella Loves Jenna [7]
  • 2006 AVN Award - 'Best Specialty Release - BDSM' for Jenna Loves Pain [7]
  • 2008 AVN Award - 'Best Pro-Am Series' for Filthy's First Taste [8]

References

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  3. ^ www.avn.com
  4. ^ www.avn.com
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External links

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