Warner Bros. SVOD DramaFever joins VRV as channel partner

VRV subscribers can access DramaFever content either through a standalone or premium subscription. (Image: DramaFever)

Warner Bros. Korean entertainment SVOD DramaFever is the latest service to sign on as a channel partner with VRV, a streaming video hub that aggregates individual services.

VRV subscribers will now have access to DramaFever’s content. It’s available through VRV’s $9.99 per month premium service or through VRV as a $4.99 per month standalone streaming service. DramaFever joins CuriosityStream, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, Nerdist and others as current VRV channel partners.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with VRV, particularly since we both share the same mission—to offer a growing fan base a seamless viewing experience for highly addictive and uniquely entertaining content from around the world,” said Rena Liu, general manager of DramaFever, in a statement.

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“We are honored to partner with DramaFever, an established player in the SVOD space, whom we've been watching from afar for some time," said Eric Berman, head of partnerships for VRV, in a statement. "They bring an immense amount of premium content from across the world, providing even more unique value to the VRV offering and further leveling-up our ability to serve passionate audiences."

RELATED: Multichannel SVOD VRV has more than 1M monthly active users

VRV recently announced that it now has 1.5 million registered users and more than 1 million monthly active users.

Arlen Marmel, general manager for VRV (pronounced “verve”), said that most of the monthly active users are not premium subscribers but seemed pleased with the progress.

“We’re really happy with the way we’re scaling,” said Marmel, adding that VRV is seeing good consumption on average.

Warner Bros. acquired DramaFever in 2016 from SoftBank.

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