to add to ernie's reply from virgin's terms and conditions
'The television service is a variable TV service, so we don’t guarantee that we’ll provide any particular channel, or other content, or access to any third-party services. This means we may add, remove, change or interrupt (some, or all, of) the content and/or the television service from time to time. We may also have to make changes for reasons including (but not limited to) matters beyond our reasonable control, or where content or a service is made available to us by a third-party and they stop making them available to us or we gain or lose the right to make the content or service available to you. Where this happens and, if appropriate, we will try to replace content with similar or equivalent content'
Youth-focussed TV and media business Vice Media is slashing costs in Europe which could also see the end of its TV channels.
A report in theSunday Telegraphsaid that its relationship with Virgin Media is also ending having failed to reach terms with Virgin over carriage of the channel..... In January the company wrote down the value of its international arm, including its Vice UK operation, and citing “Brexit uncertainty” for its continuing losses. Its annual turnover had fallen by a third.
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