Scripps Articles

Knaidel! Spelling Bee Winner Has Priceless Reaction

13-year-old Arvind V. Mahankali is your 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee champion, after correctly spelling the word K-N-A-I-D-E-L in the 15th round. Mahankali, an 8th-grader at Nathaniel Hawthorne Middle School in Queens, New York, has said that his favorite word …

Scripps Forms Partnership With How-To-Video Site

Scripps Networks has partnered with how-to-video site 5min on a content and advertising agreement.

Under the agreement, Scripps whose properties include HGTV and the Food Network, will syndicate its video on 5min. Scripps will also sell advertising on 5min home and food categories. Additionally, 5min will provide videos from its library to Scripps online properties.

Kentucky Newspaper Resurrected Online

Despite industry reports that print is alive and well, The Kentucky Post and sister publication The Cincinnati Post, both over a century old, were closed down by EW Scripps, only to be resurrected online as KyPost.com this week.

The website, like its print predecessor, will focus on news and issues affecting Northern Kentucky, just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, and will be hosted by Scripps-owned WCPO-TV.

Scripps Launches Virtual Newspaper

A new Web site has launched for The Kentucky Post, which concluded its last print edition on New Year’s Eve 126 years after it was first published.