USA: Food Network Signs Program License Agreement in Korea
Scripps Networks has signed its first program licensing agreement in the Republic of Korea, with over 100 hours of Food Network programming to air on Music Network's Channel F. The service, which launched on June 1st, reaches approximately 1.25 million cable subscribers.Food Network content airs in branded program blocks each day, with a wide range of programs chosen to fit Korean viewers' interest in a variety of food related categories, such as food preparation, home entertainment and dining.
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