[LAT] Warner Bros. acquires video-on-demand service DramaFever

February 24, 2016

 

Park Hae-jin, left, and Kim Go-eun in "Cheese in the Trap" / Courtesy of tvN

Park Hae-jin, left, and Kim Go-eun in “Cheese in the Trap” (Courtesy of tvN)

[LOS ANGELES TIMES] — Warner Bros. on Tuesday announced its purchase of DramaFever, a streaming-video subscription service that offers South Korean soap operas and movies.

The studio is acquiring DramaFever from Japanese-based telecommunications firm SoftBank Group. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter of 2016.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

The DramaFever acquisition signals Warner Bros.’ determination to expand in the so-called over-the-top delivery of its own titles.

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