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.

U.S. TV Ad Spending May Never Return to Its 2018 High of $72.4 Billion

It’s projected to fall each year, aside from a 2020 election bump.

Review: Disney+ Immediately Establishes Itself as an Essential Streaming Platform

Star Wars series The Mandalorian is promising, but the library alone is worth $7 a month.

ABC Will Stop Reporting Live-Plus-Same-Day Ratings

Entertainment chief Karey Burke first teased the switch at Brandweek

ViacomCBS Consolidates Network Leadership in Pre-Merger Shakeup

Chris McCarthy and David Nevins’ roles expand, while Kent Alterman and Sarah Levy will exit.

Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek Pop-Up Adds Tickets Thanks to State Farm

More fans can Visit Schitt's Creek during extended hours thanks to the "good neighbor," with additional free tickets being given out tonight.

Comscore Names Bill Livek as CEO After Rocky Year

He fills the void left by Bryan Wiener’s surprise exit in March.

Connected TV Ad Spending Will Grow to $7 Billion This Year

More than 200 million in the U.S. will use CTV by 2020.

Marc DeBevoise Promoted to CEO of CBS Interactive

He replaces Jim Lanzone, who is leaving for Benchmark Capital.

Review: Apple TV+ Is Live, But It’s Not Worth Your $5 Yet

Unless you’re getting it for free, there’s no reason to subscribe out of the gate.

CBS’ Jo Ann Ross Tapped to Lead ViacomCBS Ad Sales

She gets the job over Viacom’s Sean Moran, who will leave the company after the merger.