08 December 2016
alistdaily

Food Network’s Digital Empire Keeps On Cooking

Brands have been upping the ante on bots and adding a new layer of consumer engagement to their strategy at a fever pace ever since Facebook enabled the conversational-tech friendly feature in April.
28 October 2016
TechCrunch

Apple debuts “TV,” a TV guide and watchlist app for Apple TV, iPhone and iPad

Confirming a series of earlier reports which said Apple would launch a universal TV guide to simplify watching video on the Apple TV, the company today announced a new app it’s simply calling “TV.” 
20 October 2016
Cynopsis Digital

Scripps Networks Interactive's Vikki Neil Named to 2016 Cynopsis Digital "IT" List

Vikki Neil, SVP and GM of Digital Brands, is named to Cynopsis Digital’s 2016 “It List.” This list celebrates the most innovative executives in digital media. 
13 October 2016
Variety

Scripps Networks Interactive Invests in Internet Video Startup Pluto TV

Startup Pluto TV — which is trying to build the world’s biggest service for free TV and other video programming — announced that it has raised $30 million in Series B funding, led by German media giant ProSiebenSat.1 with participation from Scripps Networks Interactive, Sallfort PrivatBank and others.
16 September 2016
The Hollywood Reporter

Scripps Networks Interactive Has No Plans to Sell Content Direct to Consumer

Despite the floodgates opening for over-the-top TV channels, Scripps Networks Interactive will continue to stand on the sidelines, with no plans as yet to go direct to consumer to tap surging subscription online video revenue.
13 September 2016
Multichannel News

Food Network Adds Some Smart Home Skills

Food Network said it’s the first culinary network to launch a “skill” on Alexa-powered devices, such as the Amazon Echo, enabling users to ask for and receive info about network shows, schedule, and recipes featured on-air. 
12 September 2016
B&C

Analyst: Video’s Future Is Omni-Channel Content

Video viewing is more global, more mobile, more selective as over-the-top options connect consumers with contenton more devices, but linear TV remains the most lucrative platform for content companies
22 August 2016
Cablefax

Recruiting via Pokémon Go

Pokémon Go has grown into one of the most popular mobile games ever—just ask any millennial. To better engage potential employees, Scripps Networks Interactive embraced the game’s popularity at a recent recruiting event in Knoxville, Tennessee
22 August 2016
Multichannel News

Scripps Uses Pokémon Go To Catch New Recruits

To catch a millennial, you have to go where the Pokémon GO fans go
 
15 August 2016
The Washington Post

How video conquered the Web

Short, viral videos have become more than digital-age curiosities. They are a central economy of the Web and a serious business on which future media fortunes will be gambled, won and lost