Vice, a media company who has made a name for themselves with reporting geared towards millennials, has launched a new channel dedicated solely to women dubbed Broadly.

Extremely popular because of their documentaries, Vice aims to take their same approach to world news topics but gear stories on Broadly specifically to women.

From their website:

“Broadly is a website and digital video channel devoted to representing the multiplicity of women’s experiences. Through original reporting and documentary film, we provide a sustained focus on the issues that matter most to women.”

As one YouTube commenter succinctly put it: “So basicly [sic] vice but excluding anything of relevance that includes men.”

Since Broadly’s launch last week, they’ve released a slew of editorial features to include Shooting Guns With Ann Coulter, The Broadly Guide to Marijuana and even lighthearted I Have No Idea How to Get Dressed for Work.

To the best of my knowledge, what Broadly is doing is a first for women’s news coverage so it will interesting to see how stories are brought to life that many women (and men, too) have craved for.