Home And Garden Network

During its development, the channel was originally named the Home, Lawn, and Garden Channel. The name was later shortened and a logo was developed. The logo was amended in 2010, with this version debuting on March 1 of that year. The square with the "G" in it was removed, the roof was increased in size and the "HGTV" letters are now set in Gotham Black (from the original mixture of Futura and Times New Roman), with the other Gotham fonts being used around the network. The network debuted with a skeletal staff, but with gradual acceptance by other cable operators, it now reaches 94 million households in the United States and has either partner networks, or network interests, in Canada, Japan, and elsewhere. It is now referred to simply as "HGTV"; the full name of the channel is de-emphasized.
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On December 31, 2009, Scripps Networks Interactive removed the Food Network and HGTV from New York City-area cable provider Cablevision, on the day that its carriage contract was set to expire. After months of negotiations, an agreement between Scripps and Cablevision was not reached, prompting the removal of the two channels. On January 21, 2010, Cablevision and Scripps reached a deal and the channels were restored to Cablevision's systems in the New York City area on the same day and by the next day in other areas.
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Normally, we watch HGTV and other Scripps Network apps to get away from ads that are violent and otherwise inappropriate for children. Saturday morning at 9 am, our 3 and 5 year old children were exposed to an ad for the Blacklist with AK's and explosions. I expect more control over the ads through the app. This was the last family thing we could watch, not sure what we can watch with the kids now.Would give a 5 star review if the ads weren't inappropriate. It's not even the right demo for that show!
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Inappropriate ads by Getch222 Normally, we watch HGTV and other Scripps Network apps to get away from ads that are violent and otherwise inappropriate for children. Saturday morning at 9 am, our 3 and 5 year old children were exposed to an ad for the Blacklist with AK's and explosions. I expect more control over the ads through the app. This was the last family thing we could watch, not sure what we can watch with the kids now.Would give a 5 star review if the ads weren't inappropriate. It's not even the right demo for that show!
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From garden designs to how-to information for every skill level, on GardenIdeas.com you can find the perfect plant, learn about landscaping, find answers to your gardening questions and more.
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Developed by the experts at Better Homes and Gardens, BHG.com is the Web’s premier home and family site. BHG.com helps people turn home, cooking, and gardening inspiration into action. The site focuses on decorating, building and remodeling, crafts, entertaining, cooking, and gardening. It also has extensive information for women and families. BHG.com was designed with real people in mind. It has easy-to-use interactive tools, clear visuals, step-by-step instructions, and money-saving suggestions.
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Using local Scripps cable franchises (which have since been divested), the Federal Communications Commission "must carry" provisions of Scripps medium-market television stations, and other small television operators to gain cable carriage, the channel launched on December 1, 1994. The major programming themes, unchanged since the beginning, were home building and remodeling, landscaping and gardening, decorating and design, and crafts and hobbies.
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ScrapbooksEtc.com is the online destination for free page sketches, printable patterns, inspiration for scrapbook pages, cards, and albums. ScrapbooksEtc.com is the online home of Scrapbooks etc. magazine, part of the Better Homes and Gardens family of publications, and hosts how-to videos, slide shows, step-by-step instructions, a weekly enewsletter, community discussions of techniques, ideas, and the latest trends in paper and digital scrapbooking, journaling, photography, and more.
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The ultimate help and how-to guide for do-it-yourself home improvement projects and repairs. Find step-by-step instructions, along with thousands of photos and illustrations. From plumbing projects, to kitchen upgrades, to outdoor projects like roofing and decks, DIYAdvice.com is the perfect resource for information on DIY projects around the house.
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Chip and Joanna take to the high seas (well, at least Lake Waco) when they help a friend turn an old houseboat into a thoroughly modern home, Fixer Upper-style. And you won't believe the "before" picture. Drop Anchor and Take the Photo Tour
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MidwestLiving.com is where people experience the best the Midwest has to offer in an interactive environment. With actionable Midwest travel information at its core, the site also brings visitors inspiring ideas for cooking, gardening and home design. An extension of the rich Midwest Living brand, the site puts Midwestern neighborliness into action with its practical tone and by giving visitors a place to share their recommendations, photos and experiences.
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HGTV's current programming focuses primarily on home-buying, renovation, and reality shows following the business of house flipping. SNI CEO Ken Lowe stated of the programming strategy that "We're not going to surprise you. We're not going to throw you a curve ball. It's not easy to create content that people are passionate about and somewhat addicted to that is somewhat repetitive." As of 2016, HGTV has invested at least $400 million annually on original programming.
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In HGTV's new series Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier are passionate about restoring classic old homes, and devoted to their tiny Mississippi hometown. Get a first look at the kind of renovations they do, as seen in the series pilot. Get a Sneak Peek
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April 8, 2017 I love all hgtv. shows. very informative & uplifting& employable.the I get a positive vibe & raises one chi. I hope to win lottery dreams home show one day ( smile) . House Hunters, property bros. , love it or list it, flip flop, Full Review
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I love all hgtv. shows. very informative & uplifting& employable.the I get a positive vibe & raises one chi. I hope to win lottery dreams home show one day ( smile) . House Hunters, property bros. , love it or list it, flip flop, Full Review
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daniel dillard February 28, 2017 Easily one of the poorest user experiences of any app I own. And it's painfully obvious HGTV is spamming the Play Store with fake 5 star reviews (seriously y'all aren't even trying to hide it). I have no problem with ads, I have a problem with numerous ads, and the same ads. If you have to fill your 90 second bloc with an ad repeated 4 or 5 times, you're not reinforcing brand messaging, you're turning off the consumer. What's worse, the ad delivery is terribly broken - so broken that it often gets "stuck" in ads and just plays in a loop and never goes back into the show. This happens more than it doesn't happen. It's clear that the folks at HGTV let the money people drive digital product. And instead of crafting a well conceived content experience, they've prioritized monetization without asking whether what they've provided is worth monetizing. They'd do well to let people who care about UX and are well versed in content delivery drive product decisions - instead providing an app experience that's about as subtle with advertising as an oversized sledgehammer. Full Review
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Easily one of the poorest user experiences of any app I own. And it's painfully obvious HGTV is spamming the Play Store with fake 5 star reviews (seriously y'all aren't even trying to hide it). I have no problem with ads, I have a problem with numerous ads, and the same ads. If you have to fill your 90 second bloc with an ad repeated 4 or 5 times, you're not reinforcing brand messaging, you're turning off the consumer. What's worse, the ad delivery is terribly broken - so broken that it often gets "stuck" in ads and just plays in a loop and never goes back into the show. This happens more than it doesn't happen. It's clear that the folks at HGTV let the money people drive digital product. And instead of crafting a well conceived content experience, they've prioritized monetization without asking whether what they've provided is worth monetizing. They'd do well to let people who care about UX and are well versed in content delivery drive product decisions - instead providing an app experience that's about as subtle with advertising as an oversized sledgehammer. Full Review
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AllPeopleQuilt.com is a community where passionate quilters meet to find information and inspiration on all things quilting—free downloadable patterns, web-exclusive projects, tips and techniques, through stories, slide shows, streaming videos, a weekly enewsletter and various community platforms. AllPeopleQuilt.com is the trusted online source for quilting advice from American Patchwork & Quilting, Quilts and More, and Quilt Sampler magazines, part of the Better Homes and Gardens family of publications.
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Happy Birthday, Joanna Gaines! 18 Photos April 19 is the birthday of one Joanna Gaines, our absolute favorite purveyor of shiplap, distinctive design and all things simple, clean and classic. (We're so excited, we even baked a cake!) Joanna we wish you all the best on this special day. And to celebrate, we offer up a compendium of some of our favorite Joanna Gaines pics from the Fixer Upper archives. (Oh, and some guy named Chip photo-bombs a few of them.) See the Gallery

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