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Food Network Corporate Office Address

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75 Ninth Avenue
New York, New York 10011

Contact Food Network

Phone Number: (212) 398-8836
Fax Number: (212) 736-7716
Email: Email Food Network

Food Network Facts

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Food Network Executives

CEO: Kenneth W. Lowe
CFO: Lori A. Hickok
COO: Burton F. Jablin

Food Network History

Food Network was founded in 1993 by one of the founders of CNN, Reese Schonfeld and Trygve Myrhen. The company operates an American cable and satellite channel and magazine service.

The company is owned via a partnership between Scripps Network Interactive and Tribune Cable Ventures, Inc. The channel offers programming about cooking ,food, and “specials” about food in other countries. Also featured are “reality” cooking shows, such as “The Next Food Network Star.” The channel is shown internationally and is particularly popular in the UK.

Company headquarters are in New York, but also has offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, Detroit, Knoxville, Cincinnati, and Jersey City. It has been estimated that the Food Network channel is available to approximately 83.3% of American households.

Food Network FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Food Network?
Answer 1: The phone number for Food Network is (212) 398-8836.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Food Network?
Answer 2: The CEO of Food Network is Kenneth W. Lowe.

Question 3: Who founded Food Network?
Answer 3: Food Network was founded by in .

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aggie October 22, 2018 at 4:59 pm

how can I get a picture of guy and bobby


disgruntled August 1, 2018 at 1:15 pm

Food network has been one of my favorite television networks since I was a small child. I frequently utilize food network recipes and cookbooks authored by food network hosts. I have always viewed food network as a fairly inclusive company, showcasing hosts of many races and nationalities and food cultures (could do better). I was very surprised and frustrated to witness a food network host openly mock disability and mental health in the recently aired Season 12 premiere of Food Network Star (comeback kitchen episode). When describing a video clip gone wrong, Valerie Bertinelli stated “your making me schizophrenic”. As a society we need to move away from utilizing mental illness diagnosis as a descriptor for when we feel “a little overwhelmed or scattered in our thoughts”. It is not okay to describe oneself as “crazy” by utilizing a medical diagnosis. The fact that Valerie uttered this response to the video clip is in itself upsetting. However, it is much more upsetting that the network failed to see this phrase as a disrespectful and aired it in the episode.

Mental illness is not an adjective. Failing to recognize this promotes harmful stereotypes that we as a society should be striving to change.

Food Network can do better.

Disappointed viewer


Joe December 15, 2017 at 12:34 pm

Celebrity Blogger Perez Hilton is a known hacker. He has complaints filed against him at The Justice Department for hacking cell phones and computers. He also has complaints filed against him at The FCC for illegally obtaining cell phone records. Perez Hilton is part of the hacker group anonymous. When he was on the show Worst Cooks and the winner he would have been able to hack cells, computers or emails and know ahead of time who the judges where going to be. He is a manipulator!


Charlotte December 5, 2017 at 8:13 pm

Are there no rules for long disgusting beards on men cooking on Chopped. Health codes should force him and any others to wear a snood. The chef was Stacey on Tuesday show Dec 5, 2017!


Joe December 15, 2017 at 12:36 pm

Celebrity Blogger, Perez Hilton is a known hacker!


Dianne Bates October 9, 2017 at 2:34 pm

Love the Food Network especially the new Bobby and Demaris show. So refreshing and entertaining !
Look forward to ” The Kitchen ” also.
It’s fast paced, never dull. I learn something new with each show .
On the down side , thought the show was better when Marcella was home on maternity leave. The other four chefs are great Together . Looks like they are having fun .
Thank you for listening.
Dianne B. 🌺


Pat Elliott August 6, 2017 at 11:11 pm

Giada De Laurentiis has a serious conflict of interest in judging Matthew, as she “changed her mind” in the previous series based on an ‘eye wink’ that Mathew gave which she did not like. She obviously has a personal axe to grind against him and used her powers in a biased way to undermine and in the end – eliminate him. I can’t believe the network would tolerate this kind of personal bias and abuse of power. I will never watch this show again.


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