A.J. Katz

A.J. Katz is a TV/media reporter for Adweek, where he specializes in covering programming, personalities, and data. He is also co-editor of Adweek's TVNewser blog covering the national news industry.

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Urges Broadcasters to Become More Like Digital Media Companies

'We won’t be deterred by those whose regulatory views are not guided by facts and reason.'

White House Correspondents Discuss the Media’s Credibility in the Trump Era

'The bar for us is so high right now.'

NAB President Kicks Off NAB Show by Stressing the Importance of Local Broadcasting

'Your role has become more critical while people search for a trusted source of news.'

Charlie Collier on Why He Left AMC to Run Fox and What’s Next for the Network

He's aiming to 'hopefully change popular culture.'

Prominent Black TV Journalists Reflect on Past Challenges and What the Future Holds

Don Lemon, Harris Faulkner and others share their experiences and offer advice.

SpongeBob SquarePants Takes His Place in Super Bowl Halftime Show Lore

But fans felt the tribute was far too brief.

Robin Roberts and Diane Sawyer Open Up About Making Morning TV History

The veteran news journalists reflect on everything from their bumpy on-air beginning to Roberts' emotional battles with cancer.

These 30 TV Newsers Fueled the Industry’s Incredible Evolution Over the Past 15 Years

From broadcast to cable, morning to prime time, they’ve led the way.

Megyn Kelly Officially Exits NBC News

She only made it halfway through her 3-year, $69 million megadeal.