Matt Schneidman Biography
Matt Schneidman is a well-known journalist in the United States. Matt has been working as a Green Bay Packers beat reporter for The Athletic since July 2019. Before he worked at Bay Area News Group as a Raiders beat reporter, where he delivered enterprise, breaking news, commentary, and/or game coverage on a daily basis with a digital focus. Also, he worked as a sports intern at The Buffalo News, where he edited and posted content via WordPress.
Matt Schneidman Age
Matt Schneidman was born in the United States in 1993. He is 28 years old.
Matt Schneidman Height
Matt stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in/1.75 m tall.
Matt Schneidman Family
Matt was born in the United States to his parents in 1993. But he hasn’t mentioned out details about his parents or siblings as of yet.
Matt Schneidman Wife
Matt currently resides in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Matt prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he has not disclosed any information about his marital status to the public.
Matt Schneidman Education
Matt attended Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication after finishing primary and secondary school. He earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University in 2017.
Matt Schneidman Salary
Matt annually receives a salary of $ 61,506.
Matt Schneidman Net Worth
Matt’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Matt Schneidman Career
Since July 2019, Matt has worked as a Green Bay Packers beat reporter for The Athletic. Matt previously worked at Bay Area News Group as a Raiders beat reporter, where he delivered enterprise, breaking news, commentary, and/or game coverage on a daily basis with a digital focus. Matt previously worked as a sports intern at The Buffalo News, where he edited and posted content via WordPress.
He began his career as an intern contributing writer for The Wilton Bulletin. Matt later worked at Bleacher Report as an Intern in the Advanced Program for Sports Media. Matt worked as a Beat Reporter for Cotuit Kettleers in 2014, where he produced daily game stories/sidebars.
He interned at USA TODAY in 2015 as a High School Sports Intern, where he wrote short pieces and long features on local and national high school players and trends. He worked as a Syracuse sports analyst for Z89 Radio from 2015 to 2016, where he discussed SU football and men’s basketball in a 15-minute section. He worked as a Sports Intern at the New York Post in 2016, where he wrote feature stories, game coverage, and web stories. He worked for The Daily Orange as an Asst. Copy Editor, Asst. Sports Editor, Sports Editor, and Beat Reporter from 2014 to 2017.