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  • Travel Channel, 'Man v. Food' Host Team on New Series

    Travel Channel continues to bulk up its original programming roster, greenlighting five new series, including one from "Man v. Food's" Adam Richman. "Whether they are fixing failing resorts, exploring legendary tales within the walls of hotels and...
  • Hampton food spots featured Monday Nov. 18 on The Travel Channel

    Hampton food spots featured Monday Nov. 18 on The Travel Channel
    Hampton gets the TV food spotlight on Monday, Nov. 18, when L. D. Amory & Sons seafood packing house and the Conch and Bucket restaurant are featured on Andrew Zimmern’s “Bizarre Foods America.” The show airs at 9 p.m. on The Travel...
  • VH1′s 'Love & Hip Hop Atlanta' and 'Hit the Floor' Finish Big

    Ratings for VH1′s "Hit the Floor" went through the roof on Monday as the cheerleader drama wrapped its rookie season with best-yet scores. It held onto a good chunk of its lead-in from the strong "Love & Hip Atlanta 2," summer's top cable series...
  • Susan Levison to Oversee Programming at VH1

    VH1 has appointed Susan Levison to lead its programming division. As exec veep of original programming and production for the Viacom cabler, Levison will oversee teams on both the East and West Coast, along with celeb talent development. She will be...
  • Scripps Networks 2Q Profit Up on Ad Sales, Affiliate Fees

    Scripps Networks Interactive second second-quarter net income rose about 12.2% as ad sales and affiliate fees boosted performance for the owner of HGTV, Travel Channel and The Food Network. Second quarter net income came to $159.7 million, or $1.08 per...
  • Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore

    Travel Channel's 'Hotel Impossible' makes over Abacrombie Inn in Baltimore
    Reality TV host Anthony Melchiorri spends his workdays circling the country and globe, on a mission to help ailing hotels and their owners resurrect themselves on the Travel Channel series "Hotel Impossible." When the hotel fixer visited Baltimore...
  • Food Network Leads Cablers in Hunger Awareness Campaign

    The Food Network is being joined by 28 other cable networks to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the U.S. during September. While September means back to school, it's also Hunger Awareness Month, spearheaded by the Go Orange campaign, which, like...
  • DirecTV to Stream 30 Live TV Channels Outside the Home

    DirecTV is expanding its Internet video service to let subscribers watch more than 30 live TV channels outside the home -- including HBO, Showtime, Starz and Food Network -- and will deliver 100 live TV in-home streaming channels. The satcaster also will...
  • Dean's place

    Dean's place
    Dean Loucks’ approach to art involves what he calls “The Art of Removal” — stripping away layers of paint he piles on a composite board in order to create a unique sense of depth — but for the 47-year-old artist’s...
  • McDonald's durian McFlurry: The smelliest thing on the menu

    McDonald's has introduced a new durian crunch McFlurry flavor to its dessert kiosk menus in Singapore. But for anyone who's actually smelled the spiky fruit, you may be scratching your head and asking why? Some people love the stuff. Some people...
  • Manuel Rojas dies at 79; El Tepeyac proprietor served up popular burritos

    Manuel Rojas dies at 79; El Tepeyac proprietor served up popular burritos
    In a city of thousands of humble taco stands and family-run Mexican restaurants, El Tepeyac Cafe in Boyle Heights gained legendary status for the gargantuan, chili-spiked pork burritos created by owner Manuel Rojas. In the kitchen at 3 a.m., seven...