Jethro Nededog

Jethro Nededog

Jethro Nededog is the senior news editor at EW. Before that, he was the entertainment editor at Insider. He has also served as the TV Editor for TheWrap and Celebuzz, as well as reported on television for Business Insider, The Hollywood Reporter, and the Los Angeles Times. He is a former member of the Television Critics Association (TCA), currently a member of the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA), and served for several years as a judge for the Critics Award at the New York Television Festival. He has a BA in journalism from New York University, and an MA in fiction and screenwriting from the University of Southern California. Raised in San Diego, Jethro has lived in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Madrid. He currently resides in New York City.
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