Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is a staff writer for Adweek.
Jason Lynch is Adweek's television beat writer, covering 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 more than a decade.

Q&A: Discovery’s New Ad Sales Chief on Taking Over From a Legend

Ben Price, who succeeded Joe Abruzzese, discusses preparations for this year's upfronts, digital deals and what he learned from his predecessor.

Despite One of the Craziest Moments in Oscars History, the Telecast Drew Its Second Lowest Ratings

Just 32.9 million viewers tuned into ABC for the show, which also garnered the smallest 18- to 49-year-old audience its had in at least two decades.

Fox News’ Ad Sales Chief Paul Rittenberg Is Stepping Down After 2 Decades

He will depart on April 28, and his replacement will be named in the coming months.

Nielsen Is Preparing for Its Total Content Ratings to Go Public This Week

TV execs are eager to start capitalizing on the data from TCR and Nielsen’s Total Audience platform.

CBS’ Doubt Is the First Freshman Broadcast Show to Get Pulled From the Schedule This Season

CBS' Katherine Heigl-starring legal drama lasted just two episodes.

Trump Continues to Be Lucrative for Cable News Networks, and SNL

Trump's presidency has created a huge ad revenue surge for cable news networks and SNL.

Turner Kicks Off CNN Upfront Talks by Bringing Its Pop-Up Roadshow Directly to Agencies’ Offices

CNN Experience lets buyers at 10 agencies get hands-on with the brand, including installations manned by Turner account executives that touch on all facets of CNN’s business.

Black-ish’s Season-Long Microsoft Partnership Culminates in Branded Content Spot During Tonight’s Episode

Anthony Anderson and his castmates appear in a 60-second Microsoft Surface ad that will run during the show.

Fox Networks Group Closes In on a New Ad Sales Chief

The position should be filled within the next few weeks.

ABC Sells Out Its Oscars Inventory, With 30-Second Spots Costing Up to $2.5 Million

It will be ABC's highest single day of ad revenue all year.