Vice has just released a promo for Broadly, the ascendant media company's new women-focused channel to debut on Aug. 3. From the looks of the video, it seems Broadly, through female correspondents, will be tackling news with the same unfiltered approach of its parent.
Subjects teased include an all-female village in Kenya, Spain's sex supermarket, the last lesbian bars and, in Japan, a phallus festival juxtaposed with a national ban on "vagina art."
Broadly's description on YouTube reads, "For women who know their place. Sex, politics, culture, witchcraft. Women's news you thought would exist by now."