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.

Netflix Is Spending More on Marketing This Year Than Some of Its Rivals Are on Content

The streaming service now has 130 million subscribers and a $2 billion budget for campaigns.

Tinder Swipes Right on Shark Week for Discovery Franchise’s 30th Anniversary

Lyft and Equinox join returning marketers like Southwest and Georgetown Cupcake for this year's event.

UnReal Moves From Lifetime to Hulu For Its Final Season, Which Is Streaming Now

Co-creator Sarah Gertrude Shapiro developed the series as a W+K content producer.

Fox Is Turning a Shake Shack Into Bob’s Burgers to Feed Hungry Comic-Con Attendees

Network will bus fans to nearby San Diego Shake Shack and give away 500 'burgers of the day'

Why Telemundo Says Its World Cup Ad Revenue Will Surpass Fox’s, Despite Lower Ratings

NBCUniversal is on track to rake in $225 million from its Spanish-language broadcast.

Just When You Thought the AT&T-Time Warner Saga Was Over, the DOJ Is Appealing the Verdict

Appeal filed one month after a federal judge approved the merger.

This Year’s 5 Most Outrageous Emmy Omissions

From The Good Fight to Late Night With Seth Meyers, voters overlooked these worthy shows.

Netflix Is Already This Year’s Big Emmy Winner, and What Else We Learned From Today’s Nominations

HBO’s Emmy streak wasn’t the only one that ended today.

Fox and Comcast Accelerate Their Bidding War Over Control of European Media Giant Sky

If Comcast wins, it could bow out of battling Disney for Fox’s assets.

Fox Sports Says Its World Cup Has Been an Ad Revenue Success, Even Without the U.S. Team

For its first men’s tournament, the company expects to top ABC and ESPN’s haul from 2014.