Cooking Channel, the live streaming channel for cooking, home cooked meals and other meals, plans to cut back on new features.
The company has previously announced it would no longer broadcast news or feature new content.
The move follows a move by the streaming service to cut off the newsfeed from its site in October 2017.
A new home-cooked meal feature would allow viewers to get up-to-the-minute recipes for the week’s dinner and home-cooking needs.
The feature would also allow viewers a way to request recipes from the Cooking Channel team, a feature that had been a core feature of the service for years.
The new feed-cut-back is part of a wider effort to cut costs and invest in new content in an effort to build a better customer experience.
Cookery Channel has also announced plans to stream more videos, including behind-the and behind-talks videos, and will stream more content from its partners.
The channel has also introduced a new subscription service for its YouTube channel.
Cooking Channel is owned by NBCUniversal.
The Dish Network, the cable channel owned by Dish Networks, also said on Tuesday that it was cutting its live streaming content by about a third from this year to this summer.
Dish also said it would stream videos from its partner channels in the future, but did not say how much.
Dish will also invest more money in content to bring it more users, the Dish Network said.