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.

NBC’s Fortified Unscripted Slate Could Deliver the 18-49 Demo Crown for the Third Season

America’s Got Talent ‘fixed’ its traditional ratings lull between Voice cycles.

WarnerMedia Pulls Out of OpenAP Audience Targeting Platform. Other Companies Remain ‘Committed’

Viacom, Fox and NBCUniversal say the joint offering will continue to expand.

Former Discovery Ad Sales Chief Ben Price Moves to NBCUniversal

He’ll oversee agency and client relationships in all national offices.

HBO Would Really Like Trump to Stop Tweeting About Game of Thrones

He tweeted a GoT-inspired political message for the second time this morning.

YouTube and ESPN Created a Faux 30 for 30 Karate Kid Segment to Promote Cobra Kai’s Return

The special looks back on the tournament final from the 1984 film.

Brands Can Partner on 4 Olympics at Once in New NBCUniversal and LA 2028 Offering

It includes sponsorship opportunities for the 2022-2028 Games.

Netflix, Which Now Has 148.9 Million Subscribers, Is ‘Excited’ to Compete With Apple and Disney

Chief content officer Ted Sarandos will also run marketing for the streaming service.

With Shows Like Shrill, Hulu Is Proving It’s More Than Just Handmaid’s Tale

NewFronts highlights include a new George Clooney series and innovative ad formats.

Aidy Bryant on Season 2 of Shrill, Reclaiming the Word ‘Fat’ and Her Future at SNL

Hollywood tried to pigeonhole her, so she's forging her own path.

How the Disney+ Unveiling Succeeded in All the Ways That Apple TV+’s Failed

Disney+ is setting the bar sky-high for the next wave of OTT rivals.