Matthew Schwartz

Matthew Schwartz joined the KAIT team in July of 2018. He previously spent two years at WVVA-TV in Bluefield, WV as the Weekend Sports Anchor/MMJ and now is happy to call Jonesboro his new home. A native of Richmond, VA, Matthew was born and raised in ACC country, but headed to the Mid-South for college. Matthew is a 2014 graduate from the University of Memphis. While in the Bluff City Matthew interned and worked at various media outlets, including WMC-TV in production just upon graduation. During his free time, Matthew is still engaged in the sports world. Whether it be rooting on his Tigers, Nationals, or Redskins. You can probably also find him around the area searching for the best local restaurants. So if you have a suggestion, don’t hesitate to reach out! To contact Matthew for any story ideas or just to say hello, email him at mschwartz@kait8.com and on Twitter @mattschwartztv.

Recent Articles by Matthew

  Cardinals Caravan returns to Jonesboro

Big 2nd half propels Texas State over A-State men

Texas State too much for A-State women

Razorback men struggles continue, fall to #18 Ole Miss 84-67

Batesville girls best Pocahontas to remain perfect in conference play

Nettleton’s Hall signs with Southwest Tennessee Community College baseball

More staff changes coming for Arkansas State football in 2019.

Arkansas women run away with victory over Vanderbilt

Davis leads Saints in tackles as New Orleans advances to NFC title game

Arkansas State women lose first Sun Belt contest on the road at Troy

Arkansas men drop tilt with LSU for second straight loss

A-State men suffer first home loss of season in OT contest with Troy

Tuckerman boys beat Rivercrest for Kell Classic title

Williams Baptist men and women swept at home by Park

Kell Classic continues Monday night

Westside boys get by Valley View in thriller

Mizzou’s Crockett declares for NFL Draft

Kell Classic tips off in Swifton

Sills’ 14 helps Hogs to win over Texas A&M in SEC opener

Arkansas State women hold off ULM for 2nd straight Sun Belt win