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Topic - Scott Conant
NBC said Tuesday that its 1960s period-piece drama, "The Playboy Club," is being canceled, less than 24 hours after the new series drew just 3.5 million people for its third episode. It's the first cancellation of the fall TV season.
Television has changed not just the way Americans see food, but also how restaurateurs must deliver it, says Food Network star Scott Conant.
Mr. Conant said a TV show is not necessarily a requirement for being a successful chef, but today's media environment has made it more important than ever before.
"It's such a simple thing to say, but it's an incredibly difficult thing to do," Mr. Conant said at the New York City Wine and Food Festival.