Sunday, June 21, 2015

Attend a Live Taping of Vice's "The Business of Life" Show in Detroit

Vice magazine was founded in Montreal, Quebec in 1994. The magazine is published monthly, each month the magazine focuses on one issue and goes in depth about the subject of focus. Vice has a reputation for putting out provocative and politically incorrect content. Over the last 20 years Vice has expanded to include a record label, a film company, and as of 2013, a news channel.

Vice News is a global news channel that broadcasts documentaries about current topics. They also have a website where they feature a lot of videos and coverage of current events. They currently have news teams on every continent, except Africa and Antarctica. The company and their coverage are expanding very quickly and this week they are coming to Detroit.

The Business of the Life, a new talk show for Vice News, will be recording a live taping in Detroit on the topic of challenges facing the U.S middle class. This includes a discussion about why so many Americans are falling off that list. They are inviting people to come and participate in the taping by giving their point of view on the subject. They will be giving out Vice swag to those that attend the discussion.

The discussion and filming will take place this Thursday, June 25th at The Masonic Temple in the Crystal Ballroom. The show will run from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m., but you must arrive by 6:30 to guarantee yourself a spot. If you would like to attend the taping you must RSVP here.

The Masonic Temple is located at 500 Temple St. in Detroit.


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