Back when porn was only available in magazine or videotape form, it made sense to stick to the oeuvre of one performer who ... well, worked for you. Thus, one erotic celebrity's name could singlehandedly keep entire studios afloat. But thanks to the limitless pornographic bounty of the internet, "full-time porn star" may soon no longer be a viable career option at all.
After years of the interwebs being flooded with millions of hours of both amateur and pirated porn, adult film studio profits have dropped hard. But, ever the resilient purveyors of smut, the industry immediately started thinking up ways to reinvent porn for the modern age. (It's something they've always done.) Their best idea so far? Custom-made videos catered to the needs of individual customers. A vast array of niche products for tiny audiences, some of whom are actually willing to pay money.
As opposed to the rest of the world, which regards porn which costs anything more than "zero" as highway robbery.