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AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson.

Vice Media exits, AT&T’s Xandr pitch deck, how to make $150 million by fighting Facebook and Google

AT&T's Xandr is pitching its burgeoning ad business and insists it's not going to be a walled garden, contrary to some advertisers' concerns.

Vice’s new head of creative for APAC is Drag Race Thailand contestant Genie Gurnani

The self-described "Queen of Vice" was formerly from J. Walter Thompson.

3,000 people have lost their jobs so far this year in a media landslide

Layoffs and buyouts have rocked the media industry, claiming over 3,000 jobs in 2019. The latest were at MAD Magazine, Quartz, and Meredith.

HBO has canceled ‘Vice News Tonight,’ ending its 7-year relationship with Vice Media

HBO has canceled its daily news program, "Vice News Tonight," the last vestige of a seven-year relationship between the two companies.

Vice Media is cutting 10% of its staff, or 250 people, as revenue slows

The cuts come as the company's transitions from web sites to film and TV production and branded content.
Vice Media CEO Nancy Dubuc

Vice Media is cutting its staff by up to 15% amid missed revenue and a traffic slump

Vice's web traffic dipped to 27 million unique visitors in September, and 2018 revenue is expected to be flat.
Viceland's "Weediquette."

Vice Media reportedly missed its 2017 revenue target by more than $100 million, largely due to its struggling cable TV channel

Vice Media reportedly missed its 2017 revenue target of $805 million by more than $100 million, largely due to its struggling cable TV channel, Viceland.

Denny’s is feuding with ‘Dawson’s Creek’ star James Van Der Beek, who’s pretending to be a DJ on Twitter

Denny's is feuding with a fake Diplo Twitter account run by James Van Der Beek, an actor made famous by his starring role on "Dawson's Creek."

Vice just landed a blockbuster valuation of $5.7 billion and $450 million in fresh cash — but Disney didn’t put in more money

Vice Media said on Monday it had closed a $450 million investment from private equity firm TPG

How Vice convinces the world it’s worth billions — even if its cable ratings are horrible

Vice CEO Shane Smith has constructed a company that doesn't rely simply on hard metrics to prove its worth.