Matthew White

One of Australia's premier presenters

Matthew White is one of Australia's premier sports presenters. White has made a swift and deserving rise through the Australian media ranks to stand as a well-recognised and respected sports presenter. Matt has over 15 years of journalistic experience to compliment his polished professionalism.

Matt's career began with a stint as a reporter for The Manly Daily, before trying his hand in radio as the breakfast news presenter at Newcastle's NEWFM.

His first job on television came in 1992 when he worked as the weekend sports presenter for NBN news. Soon after, Matt settled into a role as a sports presenter for Network Ten, his primary position being the host of Sports Tonight from its inception. Results speak louder than any resume can and it was in this role that Matt was integral in the program's enormous success and emergence as Australia's chief nightly sports fix. While at Ten, Matt anchored and covered major sport events such as the V8 Supercars, Formula One Motor Racing, AFL Grand Finals and the Spring Racing Carnival (the Melbourne Cup).

White joined Channel 7 midway through 2004 where he extended upon his prominence in the Australian sporting media landscape. As well as acting as the sports anchor with Sydney's Seven News, Matt co-hosts the network's flagship sports program Sportsworld and has anchored the 2004 Athens Olympics, 2006 Torino Winter Olympics and the Australian Open Tennis titles. Matt was a regular anchor for Sunrise during holiday periods. Between 2008 to 2012 he anchored the East Coast edition of Today Tonight. Matt co-hosted Carols in the Domain in 2012 and 2013 and presented the Seven Afternoon News from August 2013.

2014 saw Matt return to Network Ten to cover the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Matt's wealth of first-class sport presenting experience combines successfully with his genuine love of sport, polished professionalism and on-camera geniality. Matthew White has a long and successful career ahead of him.