Shane Smith

After a disastrous state of the union and amid rumors of another sexual harassment story, the media group is already doing damage control.
"That might just be the most awful thing ever -- them just relentlessly shooting into the audience."
My view is that true innovators who want to make an impact, who really want to change the world and innovate themselves -- they pivot from the simplistic, siloed, partisan views they or others began with, and realize that in order to create revolution, you need deep and serious engagement.
On Thursday, Vice announced plans for a show that will run five days a week, along with an extension of its weekly newsmagazine
Bloomberg reports that Vice’s head honcho reportedly dropped 300,000 smackers on din din in Vegas at The Bellagio’s Prime Steakhouse.
"This year we return to the homeland, all our hard lessons learned, to build from scratch a completely horizontally and vertically
Each of the new editions of Vice News will feature "in-depth video and editorial content, including international reporting
"I can't believe how someone that has extremist, terrorist ideologies, is sitting in front of you and you didn't capture
Bewkes and Martin seem to be following the traditional trail of MBAs -- cut costs, put lipstick on the pig, dress it up and sell it for as much money as you can get and let the buyer worry about the future.
Theirs is a formula that plays to our tabloid instincts and low attention spans while pretending to be the next big thing. It is reality TV meets the news, and that may yet eat the news.
VICE co-founder Shane Smith joins HuffPost Live to discuss the financial mismanagement by the U.S. government in Afghanistan
During CNN’s “The Situation Room,” host Wolf Blitzer spoke to Ostrovsky and aired footage from his first dispatch, a standoff
There's a disturbing credulity that runs through the entire venture, and while being open-minded is crucial to being a reporter or a traveler, there's such a thing as being too naive.
In case you were wondering which border is the world's most dangerous (Pakistan-India) or how to make a gun out of scrap metal, Vice on HBO is the show for you.
A profile in this week's New Yorker ("The Bad-Boy Brand") portrays Smith as the company's adrenaline-junkie-in-chief, and
HuffPost Live president & co-creator Roy Sekoff was joined by VICE founder & CEO Shane Smith and Chief Creative Officer Eddy
You've read about it, you've seen the teaser art, now here's the first trailer for E!'s "Mrs. Eastwood & Company," the network's
What makes (the best of) today's journalism different is that citizen journalists the world over have the opportunity to share their hyperlocal, interactive, personal portrayals of their communities.
HUFFINGTON POST: You end the film talking about the possibility of the UN mission leaving Liberia in the near future and