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  • Vice goes live with chat show
  • Vice goes live with chat show
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Vice goes live with chat show

Vice News – home of guerrilla journalism and gonzo video shockers – is moving into live broadcast with new talk show named On the Line. The 30-minute long current affairs show will be streamed live on YouTube weekly, before switching to Samsung’s Milk platform.

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