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
09 September 2016
TBI Vision

HGTV Set for European Debut in Poland

Scripps Networks Interactive is due to roll out its home and garden-focused cable network, HGTV, to Poland in January 2017, marking the channel’s European debut.

 

 

09 September 2016
Platform

WICT ‘Woman of the Year’ Scripps Exec Kathleen Finch Offers Advice for Aspiring Women Leaders in Cable

This year, WICT’s highest honor, the Woman of the Year award, goes to Kathleen Finch, chief programming, content and brand officer at Scripps Networks Interactive. We caught up with Finch to learn more about her accomplishments at Scripps and how she’s navigated her career path.
 
06 September 2016
B&C

Scripps Extends Lowe’s Contract Through 2019

Scripps Networks Interactive said it extended the contract of CEO Ken Lowe
30 August 2016
TV Canales

Interview with Eduardo Hauser, Managing Director, Latin American & Caribbean, Scripps Networks Interactive

The cable industry in Latin America has matured a lot, but there’s still room to grow
23 August 2016
Ad Exchanger

Scripps Networks Interactive’s Recipe For Platform-Specific Content

When publishing content via social media, the biggest hits don’t always follow conventional wisdom. One of Scripps Networks Interactive’s most popular videos on social media featured best practices for storing fresh vegetables.  Counterintuitively, the video performed much better on its HGTV channel than on the Food Network. 

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
 
18 August 2016
Mediapost

The Value Of Co-Viewing TV Programs

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