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.

Fox Sports Adds an Extra Super Bowl Ad Pod 2 Months After Selling Out Inventory

Nearly 2 months after selling out its Super Bowl advertising inventory, Fox finds a way to capitalize on massive demand this year.

CBS All Access Uses NFL Playoffs to Launch Star Trek: Picard, Its ‘Biggest’ Show Yet

Parent company ViacomCBS is counting on Star Trek: Picard to boost its subscriber numbers.

Hallmark Channel Chief Bill Abbott Exits Following Same-Sex Wedding Ad Controversy

Last month, Hallmark Channel sparked outrage after briefly pulling ads by wedding planning brand Zola featuring a same-sex couple.

The 7 Biggest Things We Learned About TV’s Future at TCA Winter Press Tour

The TCA winter press tour gave us a glimpse into what the industry will look like in 2020.

Peacock Has Promise, but Streaming Service Could Take Time to Spread Its Wings

Our top takeaways about Peacock from NBCUniversal's investor day—and why the service will likely take longer to catch on than other streaming rivals.

NBCU Signs State Farm, Target and Unilever as Peacock Sponsors, Sets New Ad Formats

NBCUniversal has set its ad strategy for the upcoming streaming service ahead of its April launch.

Jo Ann Ross Lines Up ViacomCBS Ad Sales Leadership Team

Ad sales chief Jo Ann Ross has set the members of ViacomCBS’ senior leadership team who will head up the combined company’s market strategy.

With Arrow Ending, The CW Readies Next Wave of Superhero Series

Ahead of Arrow’s Jan. 28 series finale, The CW chief Mark Pedowitz has been busy putting together what he calls “Arrowverse 2.0.”

Showtime Renews Shameless for 11th and Final Season

Showtime said that Shameless will end after its 11th season, which will air this summer.

CBS All Access Picks Up Animated Daily News Satire From Stephen Colbert

CBS All Access picked up an animated daily news satire from Stephen Colbert and renewed Star Trek: Picard even before it premieres.