A.J. Katz

A.J. Katz is a staff writer for Adweek, where he specializes in covering television ratings, media personalities and programming. He is co-editor of Adweek's TVNewser blog covering the national news industry.

ABC Is the Latest Network to Sign Up for Nielsen’s Out-of-Home Ratings

The Oscars and the NBA Finals are among the programs that could receive a significant ratings bump from the service.

WWE Network Is About to Launch Its Streaming Service in China

Live pay-per-view events and original series will be available exclusively on PPTV.

How CNN and The Weather Channel Will Use VR and AR to Cover the Great American Eclipse

Volvo will produce a live ad in 4K virtual reality and 360-degree video during the eclipse.

Nielsen Is Now Including Hulu and YouTube TV Live Viewing in Its TV Ratings

The company hopes to give clients a better sense of how many people are watching across multiple platforms.

Local Advertising Revenues Will See Double-Digit Increases, Surpass $174 Billion by 2021

While mobile and local video will drive ad revenue growth, direct mail remains the dominant media for U.S. local advertising.

More Than 400 Staffers Participated in The New York Times’ Newsroom Walkout

They're protesting deep cuts to the copy desk.

Digital Publishers Have Been Slow to Adopt Vertical Video Ads. Is That About to Change?

It's still early days for vertical video.

How NCM Is Changing Your Moviegoing Experience

There are more than 210 million people in America who self-identify as movie fans, more than the NFL, NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball, and NASCAR combined.

Fusion’s Chief Content Officer Serves a Rising American Mainstream

Camila Jiménez Villa thrives as a champion of edgy TV and digital brands at Fusion Media Group, bridging languages, audiences and platforms.

Screenvision Media Argues at Its Upfront That Cinema Delivers the Most Desirable Audience

Screenvision argues cinema is a better bet than TV advertising.