I suspect that someone on Kos has done this, but I haven't seen it, and sure enough once I post this diary somebody will come along & say, "Yeah, I did that 4 months ago."
But regardless I think it bears repeating, or if the point hasn't been made yet, stated: Vice, now that they're on TV, may just be the best thing to happen to video journalism, since, ... I don't know, 60 minutes?
Let me make my point plainly: Vice does what Rupert Murdoch wishes he could do. That is, Vice is entertaining. (In fact, Murdoch tried to buy Vice.) The fact that Vice leans progressive is really the icing on the cake.
Sure some things about it are juvenile, but they have people that do things that nobody else does.
In an age when CNN sends Anderson Cooper to some news event - and is always protected, Vice documentaries look real. Their correspondents sweat.
Naturally major media doesn't like that in the same why their op-ed columnists don't like bloggers.
But they will have to change.
Real news reporting can be very entertaining, especially when you're being shown stuff that major media won't show.
This, in my opinion is a pretty big deal, and the right has nothing to counter this.
So in spite of the fact that sometimes things are a bit juvenile, (which is good, in my opinion for getting information to younger viewers) this is overall a very good thing.