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Vice Studio Canada expands to Quebec market

Michael Kronish, who currently heads up the company’s Toronto studio, will relocate to Montreal in September to lead the expansion.

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Viceland launches scripted comedy series

Nirvanna the Band the Show marks the start of the channel’s scripted content strategy, says Vice Media’s Michael Kronish.

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Can Vice break the traditional TV model?

The new channel is looking to introduce in-house-produced native advertising for its clients, to complement its original programming.

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Vice Canada unveils senior production hires

Red Bull Media House’s Jason Ford and Al Jazeera’s Andrea Schmidt are among the latest hires from the Rogers/Vice Media joint venture.

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Vice Media creative topper urges producers to think globally

Vice Media chief creative officer Eddy Moretti tells Playback Daily Canada is a major lynchpin in the youth brand’s global expansion.

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Former Zone3 exec Michael Kronish to lead $100M Vice Media studio

The hire was confirmed Friday by joint venture partner Rogers Communications.

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Zone3 produces God, Guns & Automobiles for History U.S.

The Quebec production giant, having made series for English Canadian networks like City and W Network, has now entered the American market.

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The Comedy Network’s Match Game gets second season order

Producer Zone3 will shoot in Toronto another 60 episodes of the comedic game show based on the international format from FremantleMedia.

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Bell Media gets Satisfaction, Spun Out pilots for CTV

The company’s Comedy Network unveiled a large multi-year deal with Just For Laughs (pictured), though the CBC confirms it maintains its usual JFL programming.