Hoping to find virtue in Vice
Vice Media aims to get young people back on the couch to watch old-fashioned scheduled TV. Will it work?
Has linear television suddenly become cool again? Vice Media has joined up with A+E network in the US to launch a new cable TV channel called Viceland, which will be on air by February 2016.
A+E, owned jointly by Disney and Hearst, originally signalled the move back in April when it announced it was to entrust Vice with an overhaul of H2 – originally an extension of the History Channel, but one which has failed...
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