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Viceland announces distribution deals in Belgium

Viceland, Vice Media’s youth lifestyle and entertainment network, has secured two distribution deals in Belgium, following its launch in the region in March. From Oct. 25 onward, carriage deals between Viceland and ...
October 25, 2017

Viceland, Vice Media’s youth lifestyle and entertainment network, has secured two distribution deals in Belgium, following its launch in the region in March.

From Oct. 25 onward, carriage deals between Viceland and Belgium’s VOO (Channel 109) and Orange (Channel 17) will be in effect, expanding Viceland’s reach across Flanders and Wallonia. VOO and Orange join Viceland’s current platform carriers in Belgium, Telenet (Channel 21) and Proximus (Channel 104/105).

Viceland’s programming in Belgium will feature both international and locally-produced series, including States of Undress, Tokyayo (pictured), Noisey Brussels and the upcoming Huang’s World.

“Our goal is to connect our customers with what they really think is important, and we see Viceland as a wonderful addition to our current offering,” said Cristina Zanchi, chief consumer officer at Orange Belgium, in a statement.

“The arrival of Viceland will allow us to offer new content that expands our current TV offering and answers the ever-changing demands of our subscribers,” added BE TV and VOO director of media Christian Loiseau.

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