DramaFever.com and ISPLUS Partner for New Online Documentary Channel

SOURCE: DramaFever

New Partnership Brings Asian Travel Shows, Cultural Documentaries and Reality TV Shows to Mainstream U.S. Audiences Online

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwire – September 14, 2010) –  Today, DramaFever.com and ISPLUS announce a new documentary page on DramaFever.com featuring a variety of Asian documentaries about travel, food, and culture, along with reality TV shows about dating, cooking and martial arts. After recently adding a special page focusing on Asian American short films, the new documentary page creates a unique and educational window for American viewers to explore traditional and contemporary Asian cultures. Link: http://www.dramafever.com/documentary/

“DramaFever’s partnership with ISPLUS, a major production company for documentaries and reality TV shows in Asia, immediately brings a diverse catalog of documentaries and reality TV shows to American viewers conveniently online,” says DramaFever co-founder Suk Park.

According to DramaFever’s research, 70 percent of the website’s unique monthly visitors are of non-Asian descent and span a wide age range. The new catalog of documentaries and reality TV programming is a great entertainment fit for online viewers interested in the exotic cultures and traditions of East and South Asia. ISPLUS documentaries explore countries such as Korea, China, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

People can view these programs on DramaFever.com for free or pay just $4.99 per month for premium membership, which includes advertisement-free programming, access to exclusive content and other advanced features. DramaFever streams over 150 titles representing over 5,000 hours of content, including suspense thrillers, historical dramas, and romantic comedies.

ISPLUS Documentaries and Reality TV Shows on DramaFever.com

A Taste Of Asia
Go on a journey of taste through the countries of East and West Asia, sampling local cuisines and dining traditions.

After Love
A reality dating show that asks, “Does your ex know what’s best for you?” as former couples set their ex up on a blind date.

Asia in a Week
Follow documentary crews for 7 days and explore the vast diversity of Asia.

Asian Masters
Tour five different countries to explore each one’s art and culture that makes it unique.

Cultural Trilogy
Take a tour of the three cultures of Japan, China and Korea.

Food Paradise
Visit Asian kitchens to see how cooks whip up local specialties and magnificent feasts.

Shocking Life – Beauty
Watch behind the scenes to find the high price of beauty.

Shocking Life – Sex
Go undercover to the uninhibited back streets and dark alleys of Korea.

Shocking Life – Supernatural
Take a look at the paranormal and other worldly adventures beyond our five senses.

Street Fighters
Amateur fighters come together in an all out battle to become the champion. Fighting styles include Taekwondo, Jujitsu, Hapkido, kickboxing, and Kung Fu.

The Chef
Korean chefs go on an adventure to create new fusion dishes that will satisfy people everywhere.

Yes Chef
Twelve aspiring chefs battle it out for the chance to work under internationally renowned chef Edward Kwon.

Online video content distribution company, DramaFever.com was launched in New York in August 2009 with the mission of making the best of Asian programming available to English-speaking American and Canadian audiences. DramaFever establishes licensing deals with the leading Asian networks to stream select titles in high quality with English subtitles or dubbing. DramaFever.com users can watch videos for free or pay just $4.99 per month for premium membership, which includes uninterrupted advertising-free programming, access to exclusive content and other advanced features. All subscribers can also participate in discussions, rate shows, request programs, sign up for show alerts and get the latest news on trends and developments in Asian drama, celebrities, and entertainment. As of August 2010, the company has deals to stream over 150 titles representing over 5,000 hours of content, spanning all genres of media and storytelling beginning with television hit series from Korea, Japan and the Philippines, including suspense thrillers, historical dramas, romantic comedies and documentaries. Film, music video, reality television and other programming will be added each month, along with content from other countries. By the end of 2010, subscribers will be able to watch videos on DramaFever.com across multiple platforms. To learn more, visit www.DramaFever.com.

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