Scripps channels debut on UPC Magyarorszag

Scripps Networks UK & EMEA has launched Food Network and Fine Living across Hungarian cable TV operator UPC Magyarorszag. (Pictured: Food Network's Jenny and Reza's Fabulous Food Academy)
November 17, 2015

Scripps Networks UK & EMEA has launched standard definition channels Food Network and Fine Living across Hungarian cable TV operator UPC Magyarország.

The channels are available to UPC Magyarország subscribers as part of the “Gold Package” with audio dubbed over in Hungarian.

Customers that sign up for the broadcaster’s package will have access to Food Network’s food, entertainment and lifestyle scheduling slate, which includes the series Diners, Drive-ins & DivesJenny and Reza’s Fabulous Food Academy (pictured) and The Kitchen.

Meanwhile, Fine Living will showcase home and design, lifestyle and culinary programming with such series as Flip or Flop and Fixer Upper.

Scripps Networks Interactive-owned Travel Channel is currently available on UPC Magyarország in both standard and high definition formats.

“Our growth strategy has been a key focus for us this year and this new deal with UPC Magyarország is testament to this,” said Phillip Luff, MD of Scripps Networks UK & EMEA, in a statement.

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