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.

SpongeBob SquarePants Takes His Place in Super Bowl Halftime Show Lore

But fans felt the tribute was far too brief.

Robin Roberts and Diane Sawyer Open Up About Making Morning TV History

The veteran news journalists reflect on everything from their bumpy on-air beginning to Roberts' emotional battles with cancer.

These 30 TV Newsers Fueled the Industry’s Incredible Evolution Over the Past 15 Years

From broadcast to cable, morning to prime time, they’ve led the way.

Megyn Kelly Officially Exits NBC News

She only made it halfway through her 3-year, $69 million megadeal.

20-Plus Brands Have Stopped Advertising on Tucker Carlson Tonight After Immigration Comments

Since buys are moving elsewhere on network, Fox News says it hasn't lost ad revenue.

NBC News Quietly Debuts Ad-Supported Streaming News Network

Called NBC News Signal, its offerings are limited now—but will evolve to a 24/7 format next year.

Sinclair CEO On Company Buying Cable Operator: ‘For the Right Price, I’ll Literally Buy Anything’

'We are proponents of deregulation, and we are too small of an industry not to be.'

Broadcast Station Group Execs Don’t Believe Sinclair-Tribune Decision Will Have a Detrimental Effect on Future M&A Discussions

‘Don't equate big with bad,’ they agreed during NAB Show.

Fox News Taps Stars Like Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity for New Streaming Service

The ad-free Fox Nation will launch later this year.

Tribune Kills Its Merger With Sinclair, Sues the Broadcast Giant for Breach of Contract

America's largest owner of local TV stations may try to make a deal with a different company.