Bill Bradley is Adweek's deputy TV editor. Bill joined Adweek from Screen Rant in April, 2022. Before that, Bill spent 7 years at Huffington Post as entertainment editor.
Game Show Network and Sony Pictures Make Programming a Win-Win in Upfront
There's everything from options in live viewing to branded opportunities in Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune.
How WBD Is Choosing the Name for Combined HBO Max and Discovery+ Streamer
The company's global CMO of streaming explained the reasoning behind the new moniker.
Andy Cohen Reveals Vanderpump Rules Secrets Amid Show’s Cheating Scandal
The host opened up about the reality TV cheating scandal and building out show universes.
Fox News Media Focuses on Lifestyle Offerings in Upfront Pitch
The ongoing Dominion lawsuit 'has not impacted strategy,' according to ad sales chief Jeff Collins.
Paramount Ad Sales Chief John Halley on Upfront Changes, the Reorg and What’s Next
Plus, why the company's surprise upfront week exit isn't 'a one-year-only kind of thing'
Warner Bros. Discovery Teams With VideoAmp and Comscore as Currency Providers
Clients can transact with the options across the company's linear portfolio for the 2023-2024 upfront season.
2023 Oscars Ratings Increase 13%, Drawing 18.8M Viewers
The ABC telecast jumped 13% from 2022.
Publishers and Buyers Double Down on DEI Commitments as Upfront Talks Begin
Both sides say they remain committed to meaningful change, despite economic uncertainty.
All Quiet on the Western Mezzanine: What It Was Like Inside the 2023 Oscars
From missed trailers to a packed open bar, the Academy Awards experience was very different for the Dolby Theater audience.
Disney Sells Out Ad Inventory for 95th Oscars With Pricing Slightly Down
Ads ranged between $1.6 million to $2.1 million for the 2023 show.