Titan Media is a San Francisco-based gay pornographic film company founded by director and cinematographer Bruce Cam in 1995.
The company grew to become one of the largest producers of gay adult content in the world. According to Cam, the company was created to "Eroticize safer-sex and portray positive gay sexuality, with a wide range of men, set in the panorama of nature." Consequently all of its films are condoms-only, the company does not film bareback scenes. Titan is owned by parent company Io Group, Inc. The studio has won several gay pornographic film awards.
Titan Media was founded in 1995 by Bruce Cam. It has grown to become one of the largest gay porn film studios. In 2001, the company launched a mid-priced product line under the ManPlay brand; and launched a line of products with younger men under the TitanMen Fresh label. Titan has recently acquired former gay porn studio, MSR, and has been re-releasing their old videos on DVD.
In 2007, Cam refused to accept a David Award because of its acceptance of bareback films.
In 2008, they were against a proposed bill by Charles Calderon to increase the California porn tax to 25%.
In 2011, Falcon Studios, Raging Stallion and Titan Media joined with the anti-piracy company Porn Guardian.
Events frequented by Titan Media include Folsom Street Fair, Los Angeles Gay Pride, San Francisco Gay Pride, Dore Alley, and Folsom Street East.
Some of Titan Media's most popular video lines include:
TitanMen, the original line with "...positive gay sexuality, with a wide range of men, set in the panorama of nature."
TitanMen Fresh, a line of products featuring younger adult models.
ManPlay, a mid-priced product line launched in 2001.
MSR, recently acquired product line that Titan is re-releasing as DVDs
Some of Titan Media's exclusive performers include: Scotch Inkom, Philippe Ferro, Dario Beck, Jessy Ares, Dillon Buck, Tony Buff, Dean Flynn, Victor Banda, Alex Baresi, Marco Blaze, David Anthony, JR Matthews, Christopher Saint, Will Parker, Tibor Wolfe, and Chad Manning