15 September 2016
Cablefax

Long Live Linear

Some cable networks are suffering shrinking ratings and distribution, but a few, like HGTV, are thriving
14 September 2016
Variety

Scripps Hopes to Hook Advertisers on Simulcasts of Shows

When stars from some of the most popular franchises on Food Network, HGTV and Travel Channel band together, one channel may not be enough to contain them.
14 September 2016
MediaVillage.com

Didi O’Hearn Shares the Recipe for Food Network Co-Viewing Success

The right ingredients, mixed in the right way, at the right time, deliver success. Food Network’s co-viewing program strategy is a shining example of how series development and scheduling, network branding, sponsor integration and new media blend together to create hits.
12 September 2016
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Travel Channel's Adam Richman Visits Stephen Colbert, Inside Edition

Adam Richman recently stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about “Secret Eats with Adam Richman,” share some of his favorite travel stories and the amazing food he’s discovered, including his NYC favorites.
05 September 2016
Multichannel News

Kids Spice Up Chef Shows

Reality competition shows featuring young chefs are drawing younger audiences to the subgenre and driving co-viewing.
19 August 2016
USA Today

Smolletts Hope They've Found a Recipe for Success

There’s something to be said about the family that braises together. And there are few modern families that have stayed together quite like the food-obsessed Smolletts.
19 August 2016
New York Post

‘Empire,’ ‘Underground’ stars reunite for family cooking show on Food Network

Food Network’s new six-part series, “Smollett Eats,” features the six Smollett siblings cooking and baking in episodes pegged to family gatherings.
18 August 2016
Mediapost

The Value Of Co-Viewing TV Programs

17 August 2016
World Screen

Paul Hollywood & Scripps Networks’ Phillip Luff Talk 'Paul Hollywood City Bakes'

Paul Hollywood and Phillip Luff, the managing director of Scripps Networks UK & EMEA at Scripps Networks Interactive, talk about the series Paul Hollywood City Bakes, which has just been greenlit for a second season