Articles Tagged ‘Vice Media’

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Vice focuses on business development with senior sales hires

Eyal Zilnik and Aisling Forkan both previously held media sales roles at several high-profile companies.

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Vice layoffs begin

Approximately 10% of the workforce will be shed, according to reports.

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Bell Media becomes Vice Media’s broadcast partner in Canada

A new long-term deal sees Vice content come to CraveTV and linear channels.

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Vice unveils refreshed money vertical sponsored by Stack

The new fintech company will sponsor the next iteration of Vice’s Money platform, previously sponsored by BMO.

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Vice Media confirms layoffs

The Canadian Media Guild estimates that just over 20 positions will be affected.

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People Moves: Astound, Triton and more

Plus, two new female CEOs on the global front.

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ICYMI: Vice layoffs begin, Starz comes to Canada

Plus, is Toronto Public Library a new Netflix competitor?

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Rogers and Vice part ways on Viceland

Months after reports said the partnership was ending, Vice is looking for new partners for its specialty TV content.

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Vice goes broad with CTV’s linear audience

The millennial media co deepens its relationship with Bell Media as industry watchers wait for news on Viceland’s fate.

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Google questions status quo with Vice

A new content series focuses on successful female entrepreneurs to promote the new Pixel 2 phone.

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Vice: too niche for TV?

The Vice brand has a large and rabid digital following, but TV is a different animal. Media buyers weigh in on the fledgling channel’s progress to date.

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Vice Money chases a growing mobile audience

The youth-focused financial news vertical looks at shorter video to extend BMO’s sponsorship.

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Vice strikes a deal with Bell Media

The U.S. news magazine series Vice News Tonight will broadcast on both Much and HBO Canada.

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Jobs cut at Vice Canada

A $450 million investment has led the global company to divert its resources, resulting in around 10 layoffs in Canada.