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History TV18 brings season 3 of ‘Vice’
MUMBAI: Shane Smith, award-winning journalist and co-founder of the international media company Vice Media, is back with season three of ‘Vice’ on History TV18.
The show will premiere on 7 August at 8 pm. It features correspondents of Vice travelling across the globe, bringing to audiences 14 episodes dealing with cultural, political and environmental issues alike. It will feature ground-breaking stories from around the world.
Vice claims to stand out for its content, off-beat style and approach, with its journalists going to the edge to highlight often under-reported and overlooked news stories.
In its third season, Vice will cover stories on current global topics like the outbreak of Ebola, shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, the rise of synthetic drugs and religious tensions spiralling out-of-control in France. Closer to home, the show investigates the commercial surrogacy industry in India and the country’s struggle to provide adequate clean water and sanitation systems for its growing population.
With courageous attitude, Shane Smith also travels to Antarctica this season to investigate the West Antarctic ice sheet and see how the continent is melting.