Vice Media

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Vice Media LLC is a Canadian digital media and broadcasting company.wikipedia
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Shane Smith (journalist)

Shane Smith
Originating from the Montreal-based Vice magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who left the company in 2008), Vice expanded primarily into youth and young adult–focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division Vice News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
He is the co-founder and Executive Chairman of the international media company Vice Media, operating an international network of digital channels, a television production studio, a record label, an in-house creative services agency, a book-publishing house, and a feature film division.

Suroosh Alvi

Originating from the Montreal-based Vice magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who left the company in 2008), Vice expanded primarily into youth and young adult–focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division Vice News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
He is the co-founder of Vice Media, a youth media brand operating in more than 50 countries.

Gavin McInnes

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Originating from the Montreal-based Vice magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who left the company in 2008), Vice expanded primarily into youth and young adult–focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division Vice News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
He is the co-founder of Vice Media and Vice magazine, and host of Get Off My Lawn, formerly on Conservative Review Television.

Vice News

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Originating from the Montreal-based Vice magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who left the company in 2008), Vice expanded primarily into youth and young adult–focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division Vice News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
Vice News (stylized as VICE News) is Vice Media's current affairs channel, producing daily documentary essays and video through its website and YouTube channel.

Vice (magazine)

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Originating from the Montreal-based Vice magazine co-founded by Suroosh Alvi, Shane Smith, and Gavin McInnes (who left the company in 2008), Vice expanded primarily into youth and young adult–focused digital media, including online content verticals and related web series, the news division Vice News, a film production studio, and a record label among other properties.
Founded in 1994 in Montreal as an alternative punk magazine, the founders later launched the youth media company Vice Media, which consists of divisions including the magazine as well as a website, broadcast news unit, a film production company, a record label, and a publishing imprint.

VBS.tv

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In 2006, on the advice of creative director Spike Jonze, Vice began expanding into digital video, launching new video service VBS.tv as a joint venture with MTV Networks.
VBS.tv was an online television network owned by Vice Media, and later absorbed into VICE.com.

Andy Capper

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The magazine then rapidly expanded internationally, with Andrew Creighton and Andy Capper co-founding the UK division of Vice.
Andrew Richard "Andy" Capper (born February 14, 1973) is a Los Angeles-based director / journalist and former editor and executive producer at Vice Media''.

Spike Jonze

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In 2006, on the advice of creative director Spike Jonze, Vice began expanding into digital video, launching new video service VBS.tv as a joint venture with MTV Networks.
He is currently the creative director of Vice Media, Inc. and its multinational television channel Viceland.

Thomas Morton (journalist)

Thomas Morton
With the end of VBS.tv, Vice began releasing films like UK's Scariest Debt Collector, Swansea Love Story, World's Scariest Drug, and Inside the Superhuman World of the Iceman through their main website and Youtube channel, as well as new series like Slutever, Fringes, Love Industry and High Society. Like previous Vice content, their online films and series almost always featured on-screen hosts such as Thomas Morton, Ryan Duffy, Matt Shea, Karley Sciortino, Charlet Duboc, and Krishna Andavolu.
He began working at Vice following a summer internship in 2004, and after several years helping edit the print edition of the magazine, became Vice.com's online editor.

Matt Shea (filmmaker)

Matt Shea
With the end of VBS.tv, Vice began releasing films like UK's Scariest Debt Collector, Swansea Love Story, World's Scariest Drug, and Inside the Superhuman World of the Iceman through their main website and Youtube channel, as well as new series like Slutever, Fringes, Love Industry and High Society. Like previous Vice content, their online films and series almost always featured on-screen hosts such as Thomas Morton, Ryan Duffy, Matt Shea, Karley Sciortino, Charlet Duboc, and Krishna Andavolu.
He is known for presenting the VICE documentaries Iceman, Targeted Individuals, Zombie Drug: The Truth About Flakka, and How Lean Became Rap's Most Wanted Drug.

Glasslands Gallery

Glasslands
On July 2, 2014, Vice Media announced that it would be relocating into a warehouse space in Williamsburg formerly occupied by music venues 285 Kent, Death by Audio, and Glasslands.
Rosenthal and Haykal ran the space for two years until the venue was converted into Vice Media's office headquarters.

Viceland

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In November 2015, Vice and A&E Networks announced Viceland, a then-upcoming cable network that would feature Vice-produced content.
Viceland (stylized in all caps) is a multinational brand of television channel owned by Vice Media, which also provides programming.

Nancy Dubuc

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Former A+E Networks CEO Nancy Dubuc succeeded Smith as CEO.
Nancy Jean Dubuc is an American businesswoman who currently serves as chief executive officer of the Canadian media company Vice Media.

Action Bronson

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The first program planned under the new deal is Hungry Hearts with Action Bronson, starring the titular rapper.
In August 2012, he signed to Warner Bros. Records, but was later moved to Atlantic Records' imprint, Vice Records.

A&E Networks

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Former A+E Networks CEO Nancy Dubuc succeeded Smith as CEO. In August 2014, A&E Networks, a television group jointly owned by The Walt Disney Company and Hearst Corporation, made a $US250-million investment in Vice Media for an ownership stake of 10%.
In August 2014, A&E took a 10% stake in Vice Media for $250 million.

Josh Tyrangiel

On May 24, 2016, Vice Media promoted Josh Tyrangiel to oversee a unified Vice News division consisting of Vice News, the weekly HBO Vice News show, and the daily "Vice News Tonight."
After four years with VICE Media, in June 2019, Tyrangiel announced his departure from the network, which followed with the cancellation of Vice News Tonight, though the show was later renewed and picked up by the channel Viceland.

Garage Magazine

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Vice acquired UK magazine Garage in July 2017 to expand its foothold in the youth market and announced plans to launch a digital channel focused on art, fashion and literature.
In July 2016, Garage Magazine became a wholly owned subsidiary of Brooklyn, New York-based Vice Media.

Snapchat

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The new deal builds on VICE's previous deal to serve as a 2015 global launch partner on the Snapchat Discover platform.
In January 2015, Snapchat introduced "Discover", an area containing channels of ad-supported short-form content from major publishers, including BuzzFeed, CNN, ESPN, Mashable, People, Vice and Snapchat itself among others.

Vice (TV series)

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HBO currently broadcasts the Emmy-winning weekly documentary series Vice, which premiered on the network in April 2013.

Vice News Tonight

In October 2016, a second Vice News program, a nightly news program called Vice News Tonight, premiered.
In mid-August 2019, Viceland, a basic cable network joint venture between Vice Media and A&E Networks, announced it was picking up Vice News Tonight with an airdate to be announced.

I-D

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Vice integrated with the British fashion magazine i-D in December 2012, with Vice president Andrew Creighton calling it "one of the only fashion publications in the world we actually respect."
Vice Media acquired i-D in 2012.

Alyssa Mastromonaco

In November 2014, Vice Media announced that Alyssa Mastromonaco, who formerly worked in the Obama administration, would come on board as the company's chief operating officer in January 2015, and that James Schwab, who had previously advised Vice and DreamWorks on media deals, would be joining as Co-President.
She was previously the President of Global Communications Strategy & Talent at A&E Networks and the Chief Operating Officer of Vice Media.

Death By Audio

On July 2, 2014, Vice Media announced that it would be relocating into a warehouse space in Williamsburg formerly occupied by music venues 285 Kent, Death by Audio, and Glasslands.
In later 2014, Vice Media rented the building Death By Audio was located in, forcing them to shut the venue down.

Grupo Globo

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In June 2017, Vice announced a partnership with Brazilian media giant Grupo Globo that will see Vice grow its existing presence in the region through increased local production capabilities and increased mobile programming.
This ranking remained in 2015, but in 2017 the company's fell to 19th place, and in June of the same year Grupo Globo signed a joint venture deal with Vice Media.

HLN (TV network)

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In June 2014, it was reported that Time Warner was negotiating to acquire a minority stake in Vice Media; among the company's plans were to give Vice Media control over the programming of HLN—a spin-off network of CNN which had recently struggled in its attempts to re-focus itself as a younger-skewing, social media-oriented news service.
In June 2014, Time Warner attempted to, but failed to, acquire a stake in Vice Media: Time Warner had planned to give Vice control of HLN so it could re-launch the channel around its original content.