I have some very exciting news to share: I’ve accepted a position at Adweek, and will be writing about all things TV for the magazine and website beginning April 27. I’ve been freelancing for the website since last fall, started writing regularly for the magazine in February and have already made a few TV appearances on behalf of Adweek. I’ve loved contributing there so much, and couldn’t be more thrilled to have the chance to do it full-time.
As I focus all my energy on Adweek, especially with upfronts looming, that means I’ll be pulling back from my other freelance writing, especially at Quartz and The Daily Beast. I still plan on contributing to Emmy Magazine, and there are a couple other freelance stories that are already in the works and will pop up in the coming months. While I’ll miss writing for those other outlets, I’m thrilled to once again be able to focus all my energy on a single place, instead of splitting it among six different ones, as has been the case for much of the past two years.
So what does that mean for TV & Not TV? No need to worry: it will be business as usual here. I created this site last year so I could have a home for all my writing about TV and beyond, and that will continue, even as I write for one outlet instead of a half-dozen. So while you should certainly look for my writing over at Adweek, probably daily, you’ll still be able to find links to all my recent (and not-so-recent) stories here. I’ll also continue to keep track of my media appearances — which should increase with the new job — here as well. So if you’ve been visiting regularly since last December, I hope you’ll keep doing so.
I’m going to take a long-planned vacation next week — though I’ll have a few big Adweek stories posting during that time that I’m eager for you to see — and after that I’ll be diving right into my new job, just in time (gasp!) for upfronts.
Thanks for reading, and I can’t wait to share everything I have planned for Adweek.