Where is HGTV Corporate office Headquarters

HGTV Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 9721 Sherrill Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37932, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 865-694-2700
  • Fax Number: 865-531-1588
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: December 1, 1994
  • Founder: Kenneth W. Lowe
  • Key People: Michael A. Clinton, David Carey

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HGTV Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

David Carey

President of Hearst Magazines

Michael A. Clinton

President of Marketing of Hearst Magazines and Publishing Director of Hearst Magazine

Lori Asbury

Senior Vice President of Marketing & Creative Services

John Feld

SVP - Original Programming & Production for HGTV, DIY Network & Great American Country

Kathleen Finch

Senior Vice President and General Manager of Scripps Networks' Flagship Network

Dan Fuchs

Chief Revenue Officer and Publisher

Freddy James

Senior Vice President of Network Integrated Programming

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  • rhonda campbell says:

    I have read where you are trying to expand your market. In the process you are losing my viewership (as if that matters). I have no issues with gay designers on your programs; however, I do NOT want to watch Nate and Jeremiah’s precious daughter interact with them. I’m out.

     
  • Carol says:

    I will not be watching HGTV again. They are airing Martha Stewart. Do you not know my she went to prison after running people’s money they were to retire on. Why would you air her ,like she is little goody two shoes. She really needs to still be in prison, a thief is what she is so do you think people have forgot

     
  • Hi , This Mamie Dupree Hegwood aka Gran Gran . I Love HGTV my favorite show . With Covid-19 the Show really helps many of us to relax and enjoy . Gran Gran is on Instagram, FB , YouTube. I would love to have a Show on HGTV Gran Gran Just Saying Fix My Home In The Central City . This is something totally different.Look forward hearing from you . Be safe and well please wear a Mask when out around people .

     
  • Deb says:

    I work for a small community bank in the midwest. My employer has renovated historic buildings in 4 of the 13 communities it serves. The building in my hometown is the most recent renovation ( I mean gutted and taken to the bones) How neat would it be to have a show that features businesses who do these sorts of things? Where would I send a suggestion like this and to whose attention?

     
  • Christina Tassell says:

    I love watching HGTV shows but you’re fixing to fabulous that they adopted that black boy it’s a disgrace that they can’t show him on TV that they show their own kids if they didn’t want to be proud of him and show him with his family then they don’t need to adopt any black kids and you don’t need to be showing shows like this I’ll boycott you guys.

     
  • Dale H LaBohn says:

    Regarding the Smart Home Sweeps (and others) – not allowing for difference in time zones gives us folks in the Pacific Time Zone less advantage to submit a daily entry. Today I received an entry form which read I had 5 plus hours in which to submit my final entry. Yet, when I went to enter, I got the “Sorry” message that the sweep was closed. That was approx. at 3 PM PST. East Coast folks have an unfair advantage.

     
  • Daner Capel says:

    Hi, I have a great idea for a show. Instead of building Dream Home Giveaways, why don’t you have a sweepstakes that the viewers look for a house to remodel and get your celebrities like Ben & Erin, Nichole Curtis and so on to renovate the homes. Enter to win a $200,000.00 budget. This way the viewers can decide where they want to live instead of moving in a location they are not familiar with and away from friends, jobs and families.

    If you don’t want to do a sweepstakes, have a show where the viewers find a house to remodel, but get the labor from the experts on your show. It’s not fair that they always go to the same locations. You can just make this a few episodes since they will be traveling and leaving their love ones.

     
  • Ken Ford says:

    I was thinking of this Idel the other day. Why not bring all the family’s that Chip and Jo/( Fixer Upper )have help for one big show to see where they are at and how they like their homes now.
    You can make it a two-hour show. I think it would be fun for everyone.

     
  • Barbara Dobbs says:

    Watch HGTV often but no more.When you show 3 people looking to buy a house together and call them a “trouple” and listen to them talk about sharing a bedroom and a bed.That’s perversion in anybody’s language!

     
    • Ginger Seay says:

      I am wondering if HGTV has lost it’s sense of common decency. Last night on the program House Hunters, three people who referred to themselves as a “Trouple”, a married couple, one being bi- sexual and her lover were featured looking for a house with a bedroom big enough to put a bed for all of to sleep together. The married couple had young children that were also featured. This kind of exposure leaves the kids open to ridicule and rejection. Not one time did the “Trouple” mention anything about the house for the children.. it was all about finding the bedroom big enough for their bed. It was appalling.
      No longer a fan of House Hunters…

       
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