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Wicked Pictures Sponsors ASACP's Child Protection Efforts

Los Angeles - (May 19, 2005) -  Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to announce that Wicked Pictures is supporting its mission as a Corporate Sponsor.

Wicked Pictures has received critical accolades for its several hundred films since 1993. Under Steve Orenstein`s guidance, Wicked Pictures continues to break new ground while remaining focused on producing quality adult entertainment. Wicked has increased its presence in the DVD and Internet mediums while cross-branding the Wicked brand in such arenas as cell phone technology.

Since providing adult entertainment on cells phones and other wireless devices is the next growth area, ASACP needs to address how to protect children from viewing adult entertainment on these devices.

"I`ve heard of ASACP for the last few years. We`ve seen such groups come and go in the past. However ASCAP has demonstrated its commitment, longevity and that it can stay focused on its goal of protecting children. For these reasons, we are happy to help sponsor their cause and hope others will do the same." Steve Orenstein, President - Wicked Pictures.

"Having a company with the reputation of Wicked Pictures support its mission is very exciting for ASACP. ASACP needs to address child protection on various distribution channels including the cell phone. Wicked is always at the forefront of doing business via new channels; therefore, Wicked can facilitate more direct access to the experts who establish professional business practices on an international basis," Joan Irvine, executive director - ASACP.

ASACP is the organization that helps the adult site industry make a difference in the battle against child pornography. In addition to its hotline, ASACP provides a self-regulatory vehicle for its members through a Code of Ethics that promotes the protection of children through responsible, professional business practices.

If you are one of the more than 5,700 sites that take a stand against child pornography by displaying the ASACP logo but are not a Sponsor or a recently signed-up Approved Member or Supporter, please take advantage of the new benefits. 

For further information visit the ASACP site (www.asacp.org) or contact Joan Irvine, joan@asacp.org