DramaFever, the online vide site known for its Korean dramas, is up for sale a year after it was acquired by SoftBank, according to reports.
Jane Austen, meet K-pop: DramaFever, the video-subscription service best known for streaming Korean dramas, has struck a deal with BBC Worldwide North America to add some of the U.K. broadcaster’s…
Be prepared to be scared: AMC Networks has begun an invite-only beta test of their horror-centric OTT video service Shudder. The service offers streaming access to full-length ad-free horror movies…
Japan’s SoftBank Group said it will acquire DramaFever, an Internet video-on-demand player that specializes in international TV shows and movies. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Founded in…
DramaFever has announced the addition of digital media veteran Ross Levinsohn to its board of directors. Previously CEO at Yahoo! and Guggenheim Digital Media, Levinsohn has more than 20 years of…
Telemundo Media has cut its first licensing deal for library content covering distribution of 1,000 telenovela episodes to DramaFever, an online-video service that has specialized in Asian TV shows…