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.

Hulu Is Partnering With Tremor Video to Buy and Sell Cross-Screen Video Advertising

The streaming giant is bolstering its Advanced TV efforts by providing advertisers access to its massive library of premium, long-form video content.

TV One’s Ambitious Lineup Includes Expanded News and True Crime Programming

The network will also have a variety of musical original programming.

National Geographic Showcases ‘Genius,’ Its First Scripted Anthology Series at Its Upfront Event

Genius centers on the life of Albert Einstein.

Fox News Drops Bill O’Reilly ‘After a Thorough and Careful Review of Allegations Against Him’

O'Reilly has been forced out amid a flurry of scandals which have resulted in a loss in company ad revenue.

Why Brands Like HBO and WWE Are Flocking to Streaming Subscription Services

Viewers want to consume content when they want, where they want.

Nielsen Touts That Its Total Audience Ratings Reveal Where Some Networks Are Growing

CBS, TBS and ESPN experienced big growth in viewers from streaming services.

How Long Will National Brands Stay Away From The O’Reilly Factor?

Fox News says the host is taking a preplanned vacation and will return April 24. The sponsor lineup now consists mostly of direct-response marketers and other small budget-brands.

Nearly 50 Advertisers Have Left The O’Reilly Factor After Latest Harassment Scandal

Brands like Carfax, Advil and Esurance have all pulled out.

Can CNN’s Van Jones Bridge America’s Rancorous Divide and Spark a Productive Political Conversation?

Yale Law graduate, longtime activist and The Messy Truth host discusses how the media is faring in tumultuous times.

There’s a High Bar for Trump’s Inauguration to Beat Previous TV Ratings

Ratings are the currency of TV, and President-elect Donald Trump knows it.