Vice Partners With Skype for Upcoming Live Talk Show

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Vice News is planning its first live talk shows, which will use Skype technology to encourage participation from viewers.

General Manager Streling Proffer tells Advertising Age, "We're in development on multiple formats that we're going to be programming on a regular schedule. What I can say right now is it's definitely going to involve ways to break down the fourth wall and invite the audience into the conversation to bring them closer to the stories we're covering and give them more access to the people who make it happen."

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