Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV/Media Editor.
Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV/Media Editor, overseeing trends, technology, personalities and programming across broadcast, cable and streaming video. Formerly TV Editor for People magazine, he has been covering the TV and movie industries for two decades.

The 10 Best TV Shows of 2019

Succession, Watchmen and When They See Us were among this year’s most captivating series.

OpenAP Adds CBS Assets Following Viacom-CBS Merger

Consortium boasts the country’s largest advanced advertising platform.

Netflix Dominates Golden Globe Nominations, on Both the TV and Film Side

The streaming service nabs nearly three dozen nominations at the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards.

The 1990s Were a Revolutionary Decade That Forever Changed How We Watch TV

The '90s were a revolutionary decade for TV, with the Gulf War, Fox and HBO forever changing how, when and what we watch.

13.2 Million US Viewers Watched The Irishman in Its First 5 Days on Netflix

The Martin Scorsese movie is outpacing El Camino but lags behind Bird Box, according to Nielsen.

Viacom and CBS Have Officially Merged, Creating ViacomCBS

Nearly 14 years after splitting into two separate companies, CBS Corp. and Viacom have officially tied the knot once again.

How Hallmark Channel Made Christmas the Most Lucrative Time of the Year

Hallmark Channel celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Countdown to Christmas original movie marathon.

ET Reunites With Elliott, but for an Xfinity Ad, Not a Movie Sequel

E.T. and Elliott have finally reunited 37 years later—not for a sequel to the 1982 film, but for an Xfinity spot about how technology brings people together.

Adult Swim and Cartoon Network President Christina Miller Leaving WarnerMedia After 15 Years

Christina Miller, president of Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang and TCM, said she’ll be leaving the company at the end of the year, after a 15-year run at the company.

Fox Sells Out Super Bowl In-Game Inventory, Fastest Market in 9 Years

Super Bowl LIV is still 10 weeks away, but Fox Sports' ad sales team has already sold out its entire in-game advertising inventory.