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…
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Scripps Networks Interactive said first-quarter net income dipped 6.2% as the costs of investing in and marketing programming offset increases in advertising and affiliate revenue.
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.
Food Network and Travel Channel parent Scripps Networks Interactive saw profits jump last quarter, in part on favorable tax adjustments, as ad sales rose 5% and affiliate fees grew 18%.
Scripps Networks Interactive, parent of Food Network, HGTV and The Travel Channel, said strong advertising and affiliate revenue boosted profit last quarter despite hefty programming costs.
Ever since U.S.-based Scripps Networks became the co-owner of British channel provider UKTV the company's fortunes have risen.
LONDON -- Scripps Networks Interactive has bought U.K.-based Travel Channel Intl. for £65 million ($103 million).