Help Food Network Win a Webby!

by in News, April 12th, 2013

Food Network's On the Road appFood Network is proud to announce that two digital apps, Food Network’s On the Road and In the Kitchen, have been nominated for Webby awards, one of the top awards honoring websites, interactive experiences and digital film and video.

You can help Food Network win the People’s Voice Award by voting on the Webby site.

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We’re also thrilled to share that Food Network’s Thanksgiving Live! was named a Webby honoree, which is awarded to the top 15 percent of entries exhibiting remarkable achievement.

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Comments (9)

  1. betty h says:

    what is a webby?

  2. Sandy says:

    I don't know what a webby is, but I do want to tell someone that if I never see Diners, Drive-ins and Dives again its ok with me. I used to love the show, but Guy has grow a big head and whenever you tune in to the Food Network it's on. I would love to see other shows in place of marathon DDD every week. How about putting the fantastic Michael Symon on the Food Network in place of the Cooking Channel.

  3. do it right says:

    I am with Sandy. GET RID OF GUY F!!!! Sick of him.

  4. bluebird says:

    Sorry you felt the need to get rid of Paula Deen.. She shouldn't have said the n word but you need to fire everyone else who has ever said it, too. I won't be watching the channel anymore. Get rid of that young British guy who devoted a whole program to slandering white southern culture. Uncalled for and a firing offense. Bigotry is not allowed in the south and it's time for the rest of the country to catch up.

  5. Bob says:

    I'll help Food Network crash and burn!! Fire Paula? How dare you! I've deleted all of Food Network programs from my TV lineup and will NEVER watch an episode ever again and I hope others will follow suite.

  6. Mz. J says:

    Whose bright idea was it to fire Paula Deen because she admitted using the N word 25 years ago?? Get over it all you "Wendys". Every black comedian refers to whites as "honkies" and no offense is taken. Using the N word is awful, but no more awful than Food Networks' executive decision to fire Paula Dean. I will not be watching your network anymore!!

  7. Linda says:

    Well Food Network you fired Paula Deen for the use of the N word, when will you fire Guy Fieri for his homophobic comments and actions??? You executives know exactly what he has done and said, and yet he still is on the air!

  8. Ruby says:

    Why should we help FN win anything? I hate your network since you decided to crucify Paula. You are scrambling to put worthless reruns in her top spot and we the audience have to suffer. You don't care what we want, why should we care what you want?

  9. unhappy viewer says:

    I have several issues with this website and TV channel.
    1. Please stop the popups for the wallpaper advertisements. Everytime I try to go to another screen a popup ad comes up.
    2. Do you have any other shows besides Chopped and Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives? It seems like that is all that is on anymore.
    3. Put Paula Deen back on the air and you might get some subscribers back. Why are you crucifying her for something she did 25 years ago? I think the statute of limitations is up on her crime!!! I guess PC hasn't died yet. You went too far.
    4. Why do you still have the childish "Sandwich King" on? He's an idot. The way he talks to the viewer and the food is irritating and embarrassing to watch. He acts like he is talking to children. Whose bright idea was that? Just because he won a contest?

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