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  • Vice and Unilever to create girls-only channel
  • Vice and Unilever to create girls-only channel
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Vice and Unilever to create girls-only channel

VICE has made a name for itself delivering provocative investigative journalism to Gen Yers. It's now launching a female-focused video channel called Broadly in partnership with Unilever. Brands like Tresemme and Dove are set to co-create and sponsor content for the platform.

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