By now, you’ve probably seen some of the videos Vice has put out over the last few years, including one that showed a woman lying naked in a hotel bathroom, and another that showed an officer arresting an armed suspect on video.
Those videos, along with a new one that aired on Vice’s website on Monday, are going to be part of the Vice Networks’ “Real World” series, which launches on August 17.
Here’s what you need to know about the “Real” world series.
What’s the “real” Vice “RealWorld” series?
Vice has teamed up with Vimeo, the video-sharing service, to put together a “Realworld” series.
That means the videos that will be part “Real world” will be edited to be as realistic as possible, according to Vice Vice VP of content Chris Stedman.
For example, a woman can’t walk through a door, or run across a room.
In a Vice video, a video of a woman who looks like Jennifer Aniston could be edited down to a photo that looks like a college student.
Vice says the videos will be produced with the assistance of Vimeo’s creative team.
It’ll be an entirely new way for Vice to showcase content and make money.
For Vice, “Real worlds” are just the first steps in creating a subscription-based service.
“We think that the ‘Real world’ experience is going to bring a whole new level of engagement for Vice,” said Stedmans.
“This is a really big step forward for us.”
Why should I pay for the “fake” Vice videos?
If you’re one of Vice’s fans, you’re probably asking yourself why you’d want to pay $200 for an “authentic” Vice video.
“There’s an opportunity for us to create a new revenue stream,” Stedmen said.
“A new revenue opportunity for Vice.
We’re not going to do this as an advertising platform, and we’re not gonna do this in the guise of a sponsored video.
We’ll just do this really authentic and really funny.
It’s going to look authentic, and it’s going a step beyond advertising.”
Vice VP, Content Director Chris Steeman says the “authenticity” of Vice videos will depend on the content itself.
“If you’re interested in the Vice brand, and you’re a fan of Vice, there’s really no other way you can go than by the content.
It will look authentic and it will have some kind of connection to Vice,” he said.
Vice is already producing some “Real Worlds” videos, like this one.
How many Vice “real world” videos will Vice produce?
Vice says it will be releasing “real real world” series of “real reality” videos every two weeks, but it doesn’t say how many they’ll produce.
The company says the series will include some “authentically-created” content.
In the past, Vice has produced videos about celebrities, including actors, musicians, and athletes.
Vice VP Brand Management Joni S. Fritsch said that in addition to the videos produced by Vice, Vice will produce original content for its Vice Network, which will include “real video shows” for the company’s advertisers, and Vice’s own branded content.
Vice has already signed up advertisers for the network.
How much money will Vice make from these “Real Real World” videos?
“We don’t know exactly how much revenue they’re going to make from the ‘real world’ videos,” Steemans said.
That’s because Vice is only producing “real-world” content, which may include brand-related content, like advertising.
But, according the VP VP Brand Team, the company will have a lot of revenue from the videos.
“What we can say is that we think the content will generate revenue for Vice in a big way,” said Fritch.
The VP Brand team says the revenue from “real World” content will be around $100 million to $200 million a year.
That could be a significant boost for Vice’s revenue.
“I think the ‘fake’ videos will have the most impact because that’s the least authentic content,” said David Siegel, VP Brand Manager for social.
“But I do think that if you’re paying $100 for a fake Vice video that will generate a ton of revenue, that will also be a very good thing for Vice.”
What are some other reasons to sign up for “RealReal World”?
There are a lot more reasons than just being a Vice fan.
Vice “has a really unique, very unique platform,” said Siegel.
“People are really interested in Vice because they’re passionate about the brands that they watch.
They’re passionate in the way they consume content.
And that’s really a big opportunity for VICE.”
Here are some more reasons to subscribe to Vice: You’ll be able to watch real life events like sports, politics, and fashion and watch videos that