A.J. Katz

A.J. Katz is a TV/media reporter for Adweek, where he specializes in covering programming, personalities, and data. He is also co-editor of Adweek's TVNewser blog covering the national news industry.

How Comcast Is Delivering World Cup Coverage to Its Multicultural Customers

X1 subscribers will be able to watch the tournament in English and Spanish.

Here’s How Much It Costs to Advertise in This Year’s NBA Finals

ABC is seeing double-digit percentage increases from 2017.

Discovery, PGA Tour Enter 12-Year, $2 Billion International Media Rights Partnership

The deal includes international live broadcast rights to professional golf's top circuit and a branded OTT service.

As TV Networks Begin Upfront Sales, Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Data?

Not all data sets are built the same.

Nielsen Will Now Measure YouTube TV Viewership on a Local Level

Local media buyers and sellers can now show advertisers how many people are watching content on YouTube TV.

Fox Reportedly Reaches Agreement With WWE to Air SmackDown Live

World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE) has jumped 4.7% after receiving the "massive" offer from Fox.

The Obamas Enter Multiyear Creative Partnership With Netflix

The former president and first lady will produce a mix of content, including scripted and unscripted series, docuseries and features.

How the Supreme Court’s Decision on Sports Betting May Influence ESPN’s Programming

President Jimmy Pitaro said the network is 'actively monitoring' the gambling space following the ruling.

Former ESPN Chief John Skipper Joins Streaming Sports Media Company Perform Group

He left ESPN last December and later admitted a cocaine habit brought him down.

How a Former Track and Field Star Became One of the Most Important Figures in Media

Megan Clarken uses her Olympian drive in her role as president, Watch, Nielsen.