Scripps Nets Make Israeli Pilgrimage


Israel's Ananey Communications has licensed a minimum of 300 hours of lifestyle television programming from Scripps Networks.

Programming from Home & Garden Television, Food Network, Do It Yourself and Fine Living began airing Nov. 1 to approximately 400,000 households on Ananey's The Goodlife Channel, Israel's only lifestyle television network.

Among the initial programs are HGTV’s Extreme Homes and Fantasy Open House; Food’s Ming's Quest, Keith Famie's Adventures, Good Eats, Melting Pot, Barefoot Contessa¸ $40 a Day, Date Plate and Food Fight; DIY’s Cake Baking & Decorating; and Fine Living’s Breathing Room, Luxury Adventures, The Great Adventure, Radical Sabbatical, Your Private Island and Sheila Bridges: Designer Living.

In addition, Ananey licensed 10 hours of Fine Living interstitials.