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Mollie Cahillane

Mollie has been Adweek's reporter covering the business of connected TV since January, 2021. Before Adweek, Mollie was an editor at Cablefax and has also worked for The Daily Mail and People.

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How Increased Latino Representation Benefits TV News—and Viewers

Programming & Performance

Telemundo and NBC Nightly News' José Díaz-Balart on anchoring in two languages.

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Gen Z Most Likely to Pay Extra and Avoid ‘Annoying’ Streaming Ads

Convergent TV

Nearly half of the youngest generation would spend more money to ditch ads.

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Disney Bolsters Ad Sales Unit, Promoting Adam Monaco and Several Others

Convergent TV

The company also taps a leader for its new multicultural solutions division.

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Wendy McMahon, Neeraj Khemlani Named Co-Chiefs of CBS News and CBS TV Studios

Programming & Performance

Current CBS News president Susan Zirinsky is in talks for a "significant role" at a new CBS News Content Studio.

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How the Pandemic Accelerated a Transformation Across Connected TV

Mediaweek

The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated ad spend as brands gravitated to the space.

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Kim Godwin Named ABC News President

Programming & Performance

She's the first Black executive to lead a broadcast network news division.

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Shaquille O’Neal Gives Back to Atlanta Businesses in Bleacher Report Digital Series

Streaming & OTT

The NBA All-Star teamed up with insurance brand The General for the new show.

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How the Pandemic Super-Charged Broadcast’s Interest in Women’s Sports

Convergent TV

Leagues like NWSL, returning tonight, are seeing audience gains.

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Streamers Eye Sports Rights as a Way to Stand Out With Subscribers

Convergent TV

Streamers like Paramount+ and Peacock are building up their sports portfolios.

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Scripps’ OTT News Network Newsy Heads to Linear TV This Fall

Convergent TV

The planned expansion comes as the company is leaning into cord-cutting and free TV.