Matt Reed Biography and Wiki
Matt Reed is an American journalist who currently works for WCVB Channel 5 based in the Boston area. He joined WCVB in October 2017 from WJAR-TV NBC 10 in Providence, RI where he served as a reporter at WJAR-TV since February 2015.
He is a graduate of Bishop Fenwick High School in Peabody, MA, and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami, where he also studied Theater Arts and Business Law. Matt also received a Master’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University.
Matt Reed Age and Birthday
His actual age and birthday are not available to the public. Reed was born in Illinois, United States.
Matt Reed Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Matt Reed Family
His family lives in Illinois, United States where he was born and raised. Our team will update more on his parents and siblings soon.
Matt Reed Wife | Married
Matt has not revealed to the public whether he is married or single. This is because Matt believes his love life should always be kept away from the public.
Matt Reed Salary
Working as a general assignment reporter and anchor at WCVB Channel 5 News, Matt receives a salary between $20,000 to $50,000 annually.
Matt Reed Net Worth
His net worth is around $200,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a journalist.
Matt Reed WCVB
Matt is an American journalist who currently works for WCVB Channel 5 based in the Boston area. He joined WCVB in October 2017 from WJAR-TV NBC 10 in Providence, RI where he served as a reporter at WJAR-TV since February 2015.
Prior to that, he was a reporter and a producer for weekend newscasts for KCEN-TV in Waco, TX. While reporting for KCEN-TV, Matt covered the West Fertilizer plant explosion, the Fort Hood shooting, the trial of Nidal Hassan, and the Texas House Bill 2 passing. In addition to his time at KCEN-TV, Matt was an adjunct professor at Baylor University while in Texas, where he taught an introductory journalism course about reporting and writing.
During the 2012 Summer Olympics, Matt spent two months in London as one of three student correspondents for WBZ-TV in Boston as well. While in London, he covered Massachusetts native Kayla Harrison becoming the first American male or female to win an Olympic gold medal in judo in addition to presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to London.