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Jason Lynch

Jason Lynch is Adweek's TV 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.

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Charlamagne Tha God Lands Weekly Late-Night Comedy Central Show

Programming & Performance

Tha God's Honest Truth, executive produced by Stephen Colbert, debuts Sept. 17

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Discovery Finally Finishes Its Most Successful Upfront Ever

TV Upfronts

The company more than doubled its upfront sales of Discovery Premiere, which allows advertisers to buy a mix of the 30 most-watched shows from across the Discovery portfolio.

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NBC Shelves Law & Order Spinoff Series in Fall Premiere Plans

Convergent TV

The Blacklist will take its place on Thursdays beginning in October.

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ABC Sets Its Fall Premiere Dates Beginning Sept. 20

TV Upfronts

After waiting longer than usual to set their fall plans, broadcast networks are finally starting to lock in their premiere dates for the upcoming season. ABC is the latest broadcaster [...]

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NBCU Sells 85% of Super Bowl 56 Ad Inventory As Part of Biggest Upfront Ever

Convergent TV

Company secured as much as $6 million per 30-second Big Game spot.

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CBS’ Fall Lineup Will Premiere From September Into Mid-October

TV Upfronts

The broadcaster skips its traditional Premiere Week rollout.

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Chris McCarthy, Brian Robbins Given Global CEO Roles in ViacomCBS Restructuring

Programming & Performance

Additionally, CBS chief George Cheeks expands oversight to all of the company’s free international networks.

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WarnerMedia Wraps Upfront Sales, Securing Record Revenue

TV Upfronts

It’s likely the last negotiation before the company merges with Discovery.

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ViacomCBS Nabs Historic Pricing As It Completes ‘Off the Hook’ Upfront Talks

TV Upfronts

Execs had predicted 'new watermarks' in broadcast and cable CPM increases.