18 November 2016
Multichannel News

Food Network Adds Another Dash of A.I.

Adding more A.I. to its digital smorgasbord, Food Network said it has introduced a new chatbot for Facebook Messenger that serves up recipes and “friendly one-on-one conversations.”
08 November 2016
B&C

Scripps Networks Won’t Renew Netflix Deal

Scripps Networks Interactive said it will not be renewing its streaming video on demand agreement with Netflix when it expires at the end of the year.
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.
22 September 2016
Deadline.com

Scripps Networks’ New Carriage Deal With AT&T Includes DirecTV Now Rights

Add Scripps Networks channels including HGTV and Food Network to the parade of channels that will be available on AT&T’s DirecTV Now streaming service, due to launch by year’s end.
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.
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
27 July 2016
C21 Media

Scripps makes MENA move

Scripps Networks Interactive has become the latest international broadcaster to launch channels in the Middle East and North Africa 
18 May 2016
Multichannel News

INTX 2016: TV continues down path of transformation

The pay TV industry is undergoing a tectonic shift amid the rise of a growing array of over-the-top options, but a complete change of the industry’s complexion – and its historic business models -- won’t happen overnight.