Jacqueline Cutler is a longtime journalist covering television on a national and international level, after many hard news beats. She serves on the executive board of the Television Critics Association.
Cutler has won national awards for writing, edited books and mentored burgeoning journalists. She began her career as a police reporter in Manhattan, and over the years has been a staff writer for the Hartford Courant, The Oakland Tribune, the (New York) Daily News and Tribune Media Services. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Washington Post. She currently freelances for MediaVillage, Variety and TV Weekly among other outlets writing about television. She also has a book review column in the (New Jersey) Star-Ledger and the Daily News.