Scripps Networks UK & EMEA, a division of the global producer of lifestyle content, has revealed that as part of its recent pan-regional deal with Liberty Global, Food Network has launched on UPC Romania, one of Romania’s leading TV platforms. Food Network, the global food, entertainment and lifestyle brand, is now available on channel 59 as part of the ‘Maxim’ package.
“As Scripps Networks UK & EMEA continues to expand its international reach, we are pleased that UPC Romania now carries our full portfolio, providing viewers the choice of a wide range of world class lifestyle content to choose from. Romania is now one of 130 countries across the region receiving all Scripps Networks channels, with more to come,” said Phillip Luff, Managing Director, Scripps Networks UK & EMEA.
Along with the best in home and travel programming on Travel Channel and Fine Living, new viewers tuning in to Food Network will now be able to enjoy hundreds of hours of exclusive programming, including new series such as Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and Australian Food Adventures.
The deal follows the recent launch of Food Network and Food Network HD on Telekom Romania, the leading DTH platform, part of the Deutsche Telekom group. Food Network is available on Telekom Romania DTH, alongside Food Network HD which is currently on Telekom Romania IPTV and digital cable.