11 January 2017
Forbes

How Food Network Uses The Deep-Fried And Cheesy To Make It In The Digital World

What was once a corner conference room on an administrative floor of Food Network’s Chelsea Market headquarters in Manhattan has turned into a small production center.
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.
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.”
29 September 2016
Cynopsis

Scripps Nets Overcome Election, Olympics Drag to Post Big Q3 Ratings Gains

The Scripps Networks group overcame strong competition from the Olympics and the election to score big audience gains in the third quarter. 
27 September 2016
The New York Times

Alton Brown, Showman of Food TV, Pulls Back the Curtain

Alton Brown’s new book, “Every Day Cook: This Time It’s Personal,” is his eighth, but the first in which he offers at least a small peek into the ways he cooks and eats at home.
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.
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. 
06 September 2016
Mediapost

Lipton Puts TV On Ice, Turns To Snackable Content To Steep Millennials In Brand

PepsiCo's Lipton brand turns to Food Network to come up with new ways of steeping younger consumers in the venerable iced tea brand. 
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.