We've always been a big fan of SG's use of the web and how they've extended the brand into a traveling show, movies airing on Showtime, clothing, books and magazines. Suicide is the co-founder of SuicideGirls, a media company that celebrates the beauty and uniqueness in every woman. We thought we'd ask her about the changing media environment that has enabled a company like hers to be so successful.

We've always been a big fan of SG's use of the web and how they've extended the brand into a traveling show, movies airing on Showtime, clothing, books and magazines. Missy is the co-founder of SuicideGirls, a media company that celebrates the beauty and uniqueness in every woman. We thought we'd ask her about the changing media environment that has enabled a company like hers to be so successful.

What have SuicideGirls been up to recently? Anything new?

We have recently entered the offline publishing world. Self publishing a quarterly periodical that features interviews and images originally published on SuicideGirls.com. On the website we have added a SuicideGirls video player to the site that allows members and models to upload their own videos. We have also recently launched a feature called Second Chance Sundays, in which the sets that are featured and purchased on Sundays are selected by the members from a pool of sets that either staff initially passed on or that were uploaded specifically to this section for member review.

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