Vice’s Race to Save Itself

“Making do with less” has become a theme at the once-swaggering company

New York Magazine
Sep 13 · 11 min read
Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images

By Reeves Wiedeman

On the third Friday in August, Jesse Angelo, the longtime News Corp executive hired in June as president of global news and entertainment at Vice Media, gathered the staff of the company’s nightly news show to deliver their fate. Vice News Tonight had run…

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