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We’re bringing the world closer to you.

DramaFever is the largest online video site for the distribution of international televised content. We stream the world's best movies, documentaries and TV shows on demand with professional subtitles. Our content is both ad supported for regular users and available in HD for premium subscribers.

DramaFever is available on a variety of devices including iPad, iPhone, Android, and Roku. Our current library is comprised of over 13,000 episodes from 60 content partners across 12 countries.

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DramaFever provides advertisers with the opportunity to associate their brands with premium online video content and connect with highly engaged consumers.

DramaFever was created to bring the best international entertainment to an American audience whose demand for foreign content has grown significantly in the past few years. We stream in high quality, with professional subtitles and use the latest video distribution technology. Our audience’s affinity towards international content transcends ethnicity and gender, is tech savvy, highly educated and receptive.

For more information please contact our advertising team, at advertising@dramafever.com

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DramaFever on Bloomberg TV

Korean dramas have hooked millennial viewers who speak Spanish and English. DramaFever viewership has jumped 440% in a year. Read article

Why are more and more Americans falling under the sudsy spell of South Korean dramas? One theory: These shows tend to come in self-contained 16- to 20-episode seasons, making them easily digestible. Read article

South Korean President Park Geun-hye recognized DramaFever.com as one of the leading entrepreneurial ventures standing at the intersection of technology and culture, representing the kind of industry she hopes to promote in Korea. Read article

Starting this month and ramping up in January, DramaFever will offer Telemundo’s original programming with English subtitles on its website and mobile apps to its 10 million monthly unique viewers worldwide. Read article

[DramaFever] sees the investors less as a source of capital than as future strategic partners as DramaFever looks to expand, both in North American and internationally. Read article

Films will become a bigger part of our service, and by year end we'll have a substantial library of theatrical feature films from Asia as well as a host of independently produced documentaries and films. Read article

New York’s DramaFever announced today it raised another $1.5 million with backing from AMC Networks, NALA Investments, Bertelsmann Digital Media, and others. Read article

[There] are great opportunities to attract millions of new users by adding Latin American telenovelas, Bollywood movies and expanding the service to potential new viewers in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. Read article

DramaFever wants to build a site where North American audiences can watch TV from around the world, and it has won the support of some key figures from YouTube’s past. Read article

Are Boys Prettier Than Flowers? And Other Questions Answered By DramaFever, A Hulu For Asian TV. Read article

One of the [DramaFever's] advantages is that its great relationships with local content partners, leading to deals that secure content for up to 8 years. Licensing this content has been getting much easier, now that DramaFever has shown that it can actually deliver revenue. Read article

DramaFever has around 400 series from South Asia, mostly Korea, totaling over 10,000 hours of content, which is watched by an audience that is, surprisingly, 75% non-Asian and 60 percent caucasian. Read article

DramaFever, a site that specializes in bringing Asian videos to English language speakers, has raised a $4.5 million B round led by MK Capital, along with angel investors including YouTube co-founder Steve Chen. Read article

I was hooked. I watched all 25 episodes of the series and had serious withdrawal after it ended. Luckily, Hulu’s DramaFever channel had more than 20 more series, and there are thousands of episodes, all subtitled in English, available to watch for free. Read article

This month, DramaFever unveiled a partnership with Hulu. The online video site features five Korean shows courtesy of DramaFever. Bak and co-founder Suk Park said they will add fresh titles to Hulu on a monthly basis. They're also planning to add shows from other Asian countries to DramaFever's lineup. Read article

DramaFever will become the first to offer U.S. watchers a large library of Korean TV drama content in a legal and accessible format. Korean dramas are hugely popular in their home country and the rest of Asia, but on this side of the Pacific, would-be watchers can only see them on some premium cable channels, through bootleg DVDs bought in Chinatowns, and via P2P file-sharing.

All they had was one great idea and a Powerpoint presentation, and it took around eight months of business meetings and going to Korea to pitch to content owners before DramaFever signed its first licensing agreement with MBC. After that, two other major Korean broadcasters, several independent drama and documentary producers followed suit. Read article

Korean dramas are popular throughout much of Asia and are a part of the "Korea wave" of the 21st century. DramaFever hopes to tap into fans of Korean dramas and offer a legal option to view the popular shows, complete with English subtitles. Read article

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Our business is simple. We subtitle and promote the best foreign TV shows and movies for a global audience. We've got thousands of episodes and millions of users. We've doubled our business every year and frankly, we dominate our market.

We're looking for select publishers, both US and international, who care about their audience and won't accept anything less than the best content. Put us in front of your users and you'll expose them to the hottest TV shows coming out of Asia, Europe and Latin America. In return, we'll reward you handsomely.

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