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.

Channing Dungey Is Leaving as ABC President and Will Be Replaced by Freeform’s Karey Burke

This is the third broadcast chief shake-up in 2 months

Advertisers Spent $5.25 Billion on the Midterm Election, 17% More Than in 2016

Local cable doubled its revenue from the 2014 midterms and digital ads almost quadrupled.

Party in Cancun! MTV Revives Spring Break as Multiplatform Global Event in March

The network is continuing its live event push as it brings back another classic brand.

Inside Cable’s Retreat From Scripted Series

Many networks are ending their brief dalliances in the scripted series space, unable to compete with streaming services.

A Tour of the Late Stan Lee’s Office Showcased the Marvel Legend’s Most Beloved Superhero Creations

He died today at 95 and will be remembered for shaping and molding the childhoods of millions.

AMC Networks Sets Post-Charlie Collier Leadership, Promoting Sarah Barnett and David Madden

Company restructure will result in around 40 layoffs.

NBC Under Fire for Airing Trump Ad That CNN Rejected as ‘Racist’

Monday morning, NBCU reversed course and said it would pull the 'insensitive' ad.

Ford and History Teamed Up for 6 Hours of Truck-Themed Shows Airing This Weekend

'Truck Weekend in America,' which was 18 months in the making, debuts on Saturday.

National TV Ad Revenue Was Flat During the 2017-18 Season, but Ad Loads Jumped 4%

Cable and broadcast networks saw $45.5 billion in linear revenue, excluding the Winter Olympics and World Cup.

Cartoon Network Will Open Its First Hotel Next Summer in Pennsylvania

It’s the latest kids channel to explore the experiential space.