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Vice had become the tenth-highest-valued private company in America, according to CB Insights, at a valuation of .7 billion, and as recently as 2016, Smith had told reported that Vice had missed its annual revenue target by 0 million.
With traffic to its sites growing modestly, and Viceland, its two-year-old cable channel, still struggling to deliver on Smith’s promise to bring millennials back to television, it was not unreasonable to wonder whether Vice truly did have a better hold on the attention of young people than any other company — and, if not, how it could possibly be worth so much money.
“How do you scale the essence of a punk-rock magazine into a multibillion-dollar media company?
They were chatting amiably about whatever it is two people brought in to change a troubled company’s fortunes talk about.