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Cooking Channel is an American basic cable channel owned by Television Food Network, a joint venture and general partnership between Discovery, Inc. (69%) and Nexstar Media Group (31%). The channel is a spin-off of Food Network, broadcasting programming related to food and cooking.

Don mentioned, "Another signal of odd music overrides the Cooking Channel often. When this happens, either turn the volume completely down or change channels. This override turns a good program and should be stopped. I am on Dish Network and don't know if it is their problem or not."

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Zaxbys cook (Current Employee) says

"liike work happy good like poeple work love you good talk boss today good poeple to today smail i will boss talk to work happy and good Cons: money"

Software Engineer says

"I have been working at Cooking.com Cons: This company is shutdown by Parent company Target"

Software Engineer says

"I worked at Cooking.com for more than 3 years Cons: Company is 'folding' into the sister company, which means mass layoffs and low morale. The people left to do the work are all looking elsewhere and trying get off the sinking ship."

Former Employee - Advertising Account Manager says

"I worked at Cooking.com full-time for more than a year Cons: Company culture or lack thereof; Lack of vision; Bad office energy; Upper management doesn't know what they're doing as Target tries to absorb the company instead of treat it like a separate entity; Internal teams are rude to each other"

Former Employee - Software Developer says

"I worked at Cooking.com full-time for more than a year Cons: Bad Manager ... One person get credit for all project launch. Need to change Manager. Increase compensation. Don't loose good people."

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"I have been working at Cooking.com Cons: Management has no idea how to make the company profitable. No bonuses or raises. Heavy turnover. Culture is geared to group think and has no desire to learn from past mistakes. Long-time employees who have ground the company down in the past few years are firmly in control and will fight any new ideas. Computers and internal software are broken, obsolete, and impedes productivity. Most of the great employees have left in the past year, and everyone is doing the jobs of multiple people."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Cooking.com full-time Cons: Lots of penny pinching in the short-term, which had a significant negative impact on the long-term happiness, efficiency and productivity of the company. A lot of old-timers got away with doing the bare minimum, hoarding insider knowledge to guarantee their positions without adding any actual value. Management consistently demonstrated a lack of interest or experience when it came to the actual websites the company was building, choosing instead to indulge in an endless series of bureaucratic inefficiencies designed to supposedly improve things."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Cooking.com full-time Cons: Was a decent job, wouldn't consider making a career here."

Marketing Manager says

"I worked at Cooking.com for more than 5 years Cons: Company acquired by Target and terminated."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Cooking.com full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Lots of shortsightedness, incompetence, poor decision making, misplaced priorities. Should have been strongly profitable long ago."

Undisclosed says

"I have been working at Cooking.com Cons: The website is Web 1.0(-), The CEO has no clothes and no one in the company will tell her. The company is determined to reinvent itself - yet again - into a service provider without the track record or infrastructure to be successful. We duped the Food Network, but I hope others don't follow us down the rabbit hole of unprofitability."

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