Vice has begun a gradual withdrawal of its television channels across Europe only four years after they were launched, as part of deep cost cuts.
BT TV has signed an agreement with Vice for the distribution of the documentary channel.
Channel 4 is to incorporate more than 900 hours of long form news and documentary content from VICE in its on demand service All 4.
UPDATED. A+E Networks president and CEO Nancy Dubuc has decided to step down from her role, effective April 16, 2018.
MIPCOM 2017 – CANNES. Vice Media is further expanding into Africa following a joint venture with Econet Media, which owns Kwese TV.
Vice and the Guardian have entered into a new content partnership.
Vice has announced a number of digital, mobile ands linear deals that will make its multiscreen programming to over 50 territories.
Sky has agreed to distribute the new Viceland channel when it launches in the UK & Ireland in September this year.
A+E Networks said its H2 network in the US will become Viceland, a brand new channel created by Vice, launching in early 2016. However, H2 will continue to exist outside the US.
UK regulator Ofcom has overruled on appeal the decision by the Authority for Television on Demand for VOD content to hold Vice UK liable to statutory requirements for VOD services.