Vice’s Angelo: Revamped Viceland To Be ‘Evolution, Not Revolution’

Vice Media Trims Staff In Pivot Toward News

The Wall Street Journal reports that job cuts at Viceland, some of which took place Thursday, affect about 15 people across multiple departments such as programming, marketing and research. The staff reduction is part of a move away from entertainment and lifestyle programming. Journal subscribers can read the full story here.

‘Vice News Tonight’ Lands At Viceland

Viceland To End Nightly Series ‘Vice Live’ Weeks After Show’s Premiere

Viceland Sets Nightly Live Two-Hour Variety Show

Viceland Faces Canadian Shutdown

Vice is looking for a new Canadian roost for its Viceland cable network. The bootstrapping media company and the Canadian cable distributor have ended a joint venture in a Vice production studio and Viceland.

Viceland Sets Summer Slate Premiere Dates

Viceland Debuts In UK And Nobody Cares

Vice may need to recheck its hipster calibrations: Viceland, its TV network that has barely made a tremor on U.S. television, has landed in the U.K. with just as minimal an impact. The channel debuted with an average audience of 5,500 from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. according to Barb data.

ESPN, Vice Partner On Programming

ESPN and Vice are collaborating on content in a deal that will see films from ESPN’s 30 for 30 series airing on the new Viceland network and Vice Sports producing new series for ESPN, the companies said today. One curious note in the announcement came via ESPN President John Skipper on his upstart new partner: “I applaud [Vice CEO] Shane [Smith] for understanding that television is the smartest path to worldwide leadership.”

Viceland Creates VR Content For Samsung

Rentrak: Viceland Draws Just 55K Viewers

The bigger the boasts, the harder the pile-on when you don’t make good on them, it seems. So it goes with Viceland, which Oriana Schwindt reports is averaging just 55,000 viewers a day according to Rentrak data, 77% lower than H2 (the network it replaced) had in the last three weeks of its doomed existence.

Viceland More Popular On YouTube Than TV

Can Viceland Stand Out In a Crowded Cable Field?

Will Vice’s Digital Competitors Join It On TV?

Several digital media companies have expressed interest in TV, but they’re all far behind Vice Media so far.

New Viceland Tries To Make Cable Cool

Nine years after Viacom gave him the money to create an online TV network, Vice Media CEO Shane Smith is trying to turn it into the next MTV. Today, Smith will flip the switch on Viceland, a cable network formerly known as H2 that is co-owned and programmed by the New York-based media company. The network will air programs with names like Weediquette and Gaycation that burnish Vice’s reputation for brash, blunt cultural commentary.

New Viceland Channel Gears For Start On Monday

  NEW YORK (AP) — The new Viceland cable channel takes to the air Monday with the ultimate in user-generated programming. The network set up a phone number a few weeks ago and invited callers. They reached a recording with simple instructions – talk about what kept them up at night, or what they would […]

Vice And Action Bronson Look To Reinvent Food TV

Vice Preps Daily News Show And Cable Channel

Spike Jonze Gives Peek At New Viceland Channel

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The new Viceland cable channel that launches next month will have series with actress Ellen Page exploring gay and lesbian life around the world, actor Michael K. Williams telling about black market economies and celebrity chef Eddie Huang illustrating stories about politics, culture and food. Filmmaker Spike Jonze, the creative director […]

Vice’s TV Ad Plans Intrigue, Worry Marketers

Vice’s Shane Smith has promised a radical reinvention of TV advertising with the launch of his new channel Viceland early next year, a partnership with A+E Networks. What that means remains highly unclear to marketers, who badly want Vice’s millennial male audience but have few guarantees that its hazy ad plans will work.