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A.J. Katz

A.J. Katz is the senior editor of Adweek's TVNewser, where he specializes in covering programming, personalities and data.

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During Its Transformative Year, Univision Invites Marketers Along for the Ride

TV Upfronts

With a new streamer and a merger on the horizon, the company makes its upfront pitch.

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Spanish-Language Estrella Media’s Rebirth Is Driven by Streaming News

Convergent TV

The media company is relying on quicker news flashes, younger anchors and more hashtagging.

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BBC Global News Spotlights Importance of Brand Purpose and Trust at NewFronts

NewFronts

Many young consumers want corporations to take a stand.

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NBCU Says Its 2020 TV and Streaming Overhaul Is Already Paying Off

Programming & Performance

Chairman Mark Lazarus on following audiences and how the Tokyo Olympics coverage has changed.

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Univision’s New Execs Urge Marketers Not to Ignore Hispanic Consumers

TV Upfronts

Pre-upfront pitch touts major company overhaul.

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Turner Sports Content Chief on Pandemic Broadcasting and AT&T’s Streaming Strategy

Programming & Performance

The company is airing a new docuseries about its Inside the NBA studio show.

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TV Newsers Share Stories of Reporting From the Capitol During the Insurrection

Programming & Performance

TV news correspondents share their observations and insights from reporting.

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Bloomberg Media CEO Sees Good News Ahead in 2021 Despite Uncertain Media Landscape

Publishing

As the pandemic subsides, Justin Smith predicts growth for digital-first publishers.

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10 Things You Need to Know About Newsmax, the Surging Conservative News Network

Programming & Performance

Newsmax might not have been on your radar until its recent ratings uptick, so here are 10 things you need to know about the surging conservative news network.

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Election Night Coverage Draws 56.9 Million Viewers Across 21 Networks

Politics

Fox News was the most-watched network, followed by CNN and MSNBC.