he Food Network is being joined by 28 other cable networks to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the U.S. during September.
Scripps Networks Interactive second second-quarter net income rose about 12.2% as ad sales and affiliate fees boosted performance for the owner of HGTV, Travel Channel and The Food Network. Second…
Relativity Television, formerly known as RelativityREAL, has honed in on one high volume genre of the unscripted biz with a new unit dedicated to lifestyle programming. The new unit, dubbed…
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The Food Network has stuck a fork in Paula Deen. The cable channel dropped the controversial celebrity chef from its programming lineup Friday in the wake of a deposition that recently surfaced in…
If cooking shows have traditionally been about the pros showing the public how it's done, reality TV has slowly been evolving away from that foundation. Today, while many shows still focus on one…
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) tubthumped his proposed legislation to force pay TV providers to give Americans the option to buy cable TV channels individually, calling the system “rigged” against…
The prospect of consumers getting the ability to choose which cable channels they want has proven to be a remarkably resilient fantasy.
At Scripps Networks Interactive, home of cable networks like Food Network and Cooking Channel, the recipe calls for a gentler type of reality programming - and a pinch of Vanilla Ice.
New York-based praisery Frank PR has promoted three of its staffers, with Tiffany Malloy tapped to become a director of publicity at the firm. Stephanie Davidson will step up to manager of publicity…
Rachael, Bobby, Tyler and Paula have become personalities with first-name recognition on the Food Network. And for the net's devoted fanbase of foodies and enthusiastic home cooks, there's no bigger…