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  • Vice is launching its TV channel in the UK
  • Vice is launching its TV channel in the UK
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Vice is launching its TV channel in the UK

Putting content where its Gen Y audience wants it has seen Vice evolve from a controversial free magazine into an international media empire. And it's now added a TV channel to its repertoire. Viceland, first aired in the US, is launching in the UK and Ireland via Sky and Now TV.

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