Josef Adalian has covered network television for <I>Variety</I> since June 1998. He began as a New York-based reporter covering network news, daytime, latenight, sports and other East Coast programming and executive developments. In September 1999, he relocated to <I>Variety</I>'s Los Angeles bureau and was named TV editor. He currently reports on all aspects of broadcast network television, with an emphasis on primetime programming. He also oversees the paper's Los Angeles and New York staff of TV reporters (along with fellow TV Editor Michael Schneider). Adalian has written about television since 1992, starting out as a freelance columnist for the Boston Herald. In 1994, he was named chief TV critic for The Washington Times. A year later, he moved to New York City to cover television for the New York Post. He was born in Los Angeles in 1971 and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. From 1988-92, he attended Boston University, where he was actively involved at student-run radio station WTBU.