September 2010
Multichannel News;9/13/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 34, p22
The article profiles Brooke Johnson, president of Food Network and in charge of the entire food category at Scripps Network Interactive. Johnson was hired by Scripps Network Interactive in 2003 as a consultant was elevated to president of Food Network after her good friend Judy Girard retired. She is responsible for the licensing and merchandising arm of the company. She has also overseen the expansion of several popular shows including "Paula's Home Cooking" and "Cupcake Wars."


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