About the Contributor:
Jason Lynch is the TV writer for Adweek, where he covers the television industry for an audience that includes advertisers, media buyers and TV executives, as well as consumers. His TV writing includes breaking news, profiles, reviews, features, and cover stories on subjects like Mindy Kaling, The Muppets, Mark Burnett, the state of comedy on TV and Trevor Noah.
Prior to joining Adweek in April 2015, Jason wrote about television for a variety of outlets, including The Daily Beast, Quartz, Adweek, Emmy magazine, Parade, TheAtlantic.com, NBCNews.com and The A.V. Club.
He previously spent 15 years at People, most recently as TV Editor, where he oversaw and coordinated all of the television coverage in the magazine and on People.com. Other jobs titles at People included Deputy TV Editor, Deputy Movies Editor, Acting Film Critic and Senior Writer.
Jason makes frequent media appearances to discuss the TV industry, and is a member of the Television Critics Association.