May 31st, 2015, Edison, NJ:Leading Digital Entertainment channel iDream Media has become the first South Indianchannel to achieve the coveted and rare milestone of 1000 popular films on their YouTube channel ‘YouTube.com/iDreamMedia’. This includes iDream’s offerings for both Indian and International markets.
With a cumulative viewership of over 300 Million and over half a million subscribers, touching the 1000 movie mark is another significant landmark in iDream’s journey. iDream has accomplished this feat in just under two years of their digital operations.
The New Jersey & Hyderabad based iDream Media is also into Overseas Distribution of South Indian Movies and Event Management in Grand Scale. iDream has earlier presented Maestro Ilaiyaraja’s first ever Concert in USA at the Prudential Center, New Jersey, USA. iDream Media also presented the Electrifying Devi Sri Prasad’s DSP Spectacular NJ Concert on 3rd August, the eve of his 2014 birthday.
iDream Media has recently launched mobile and tablet apps for iOS, Android and Windows platforms. Movie lovers can now download these apps from iDreamMedia.com/Apps using whichever mobile/tablet device they may own to relish a veritable feast of popular South Indian movies, particularly popular Telugu Blockbuster movies. Through these mobile apps, you can watch 1000+ Telugu Movies for FREE Any Time and Any Where, whenever you want and wherever you want.
‘As the Consumption of Digital Content grows by leaps and bounds across the world, we are delighted and proud to offer some of the best movies ever made in Telugu to Telugu audiences across the world’, said iDream Media CEO Chinna Vasudeva Reddy.
In the very near future, iDream Media will offer compelling original digital content cutting across all genres.
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