Matthew Seedorff is a reporter for FOX 11. He joined the station in January 2024.
Prior to joining KTTV, Seedorff served as a reporter for KRIV-TV Houston where he won a Texas Emmy Award for breaking news coverage. While in Houston for four years, Seedorff uncovered and reported on several stories that gained national attention. In 2022, he reported live from Uvalde, Texas, after a shooter at Robb Elementary School killed 19 children and two adults. In addition, Seedorff uncovered a major fentanyl drug bust, exposed issues with illegal fake paper license plates, reported from several major hurricanes, the deadly crowd surge at Astroworld, human smuggling cases, and border issues.
Before working at the FOX affiliate in Houston, Seedorff spent three years in San Antonio, Texas, with KABB/WOAI-TV. He worked as a reporter for the Sinclair "Jump Team" and reported from the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, that killed 26 people and injured 22 others. He also reported on a mass shooting in Odessa, Texas, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Michael in Florida, and chased tornadoes in Oklahoma.
Seedorff started his career as a reporter and evening anchor with KTWO-TV in Casper, Wyoming in 2014. He was recognized by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters as the state’s Best News Reporter in 2016 and Best Breaking News Reporter in 2017.
Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Seedorff graduated from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. on the Dean’s List. At GWU, he played on the school’s baseball team and majored in journalism.
Seedorff is an avid marathon runner and has completed three 140.6 mile full-distance triathlons.
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