From the Desk of LARRY FLYNT
World-renowned free speech activist Larry Flynt today expressed his disgust at reports that U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell is offering volunteers all-expense paid trips to join his bus tour and “contribute to an enthusiastic atmosphere” at his campaign events.
From BLOOMBERG TV
Hustler’s Larry Flynt discusses how Hustler competes with free Internet pornography and the possibility of an IPO.
From NEWSEUM INSTITUTE
Larry Flynt, the septuagenarian publisher of Hustler magazine, is one of the most controversial figures in First Amendment jurisprudence. He is legendary for simultaneously pushing the buttons and boundaries of sexual expression in the United States while fighting key free speech fights against figures such as the late Jerry Falwell, who headed the Moral Majority and founded Liberty University.
From NEW YORK POST
Larry Flynt is making noises about taking his Hustler porn empire public.
From CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER
For Cincinnatians of a certain age, the idea that Larry Claxton Flynt Jr. would own a Hustler store in the Central Business District, running as innocuously as a sandwich shop or a drug store, is, well … unfathomable. And he actually runs two.
At age 71, Hustler founder and chairman Larry Flynt said he’s growing weary of stirring the pot.
But that doesn’t mean the chief executive of the Los Angeles-based porn empire is leaving the business soon. He wants to grow the enterprise even larger – by making it a publicly traded company
Flynt said Friday that the privately held company could go public within the next 12 to 18 months. He said the company is already working with “high powered” firms to study the possibility of an initial public offering.