Matteo Iadonisi
Matteo Iadonisi is a Community Journalist for 6abc. He has shared his creative videography and storytelling talents with Action News since May of 2017!

Born in Philadelphia and raised in South Jersey, Matteo has deep roots planted on both sides of the Delaware River.

Matteo started making home videos when he was just 10 years old. He then went hands-on with media production at Paul VI High School and Rowan University, where he earned two bachelor's degrees.

Before joining 6abc, Matteo was the Production Director at Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM. Since then, he has been an Action News intern, associate producer, tour guide, and now Community Journalist.

Since 2019, Matteo has produced over 1,200 human-interest stories. As both a videographer and editor, he stays behind the camera in order to empower members of the community to have their own voices heard.

Matteo shares a passion for videography and storytelling with his brother, Nick Iadonisi. In 2023, Nick joined the Action News family as a fellow Community Journalist! The brothers continue to make home videos in their free time and frequently share tips and tricks of the trade.

Matteo and Nick's father was an Italian immigrant and guitarist who formed the local wedding band, Adonis, and performed for three decades alongside their mother, who was the lead singer. They lived the 'American Dream' and always fostered their children's interests so they could pursue their own.

The storytellers who never left home have reached every corner of the tri-state area and each story has touched their hearts in return!


Matteo's Stories
South Jersey couple lives 'the sweet life' serving Italian gelato
Nick and Kim Corso opened 'Dolce Vita Gelateria' to share the secrets they've discovered about Italian gelato with the South Jersey community.
Accordion aficionados gather in Philadelphia area this weekend
The annual American Accordionists' Association festival returns to Conshohocken for the weekend of July 12th.
Philadelphia woman with dyslexia becomes inspiring author and professor
Tracy Johnson Rockmore founded 'Vessels of Hope' to help others with dyslexia 'Flip the Script' on their learning differences.
West Philly mother creates memorial scholarship in her son's name
Cynthia Allen keeps the memory of her teenage son alive by providing scholarships to students who similarly love music.
Philly children catch a glimpse of football dreams at free bootcamp
Dozens of children who dream of futures in football laced up for a free training camp in Hunting Park.
Italian family celebrates 50 years of formal wear in Montgomery County
50 years ago, a couple from Italy opened the doors to Tony Laguda Formal Wear. Although Tony has passed, his wife and sons keep the business alive.
Dozens become U.S. citizens aboard Battleship New Jersey during special ceremony
Over 40 people from across the world stepped off the Battleship New Jersey as newly-naturalized citizens today.
50-year teacher & Lehigh Valley Math Team score championship victory
As he prepares to retire from 50 years of teaching, Don Davis is celebrating a big win with the members of his Lehigh Valley Math Team.
'Helping Heroes of Rancocas Valley' build bookshelves for hospital patients
This group of students, athletes, and childhood friends banded together to launch a different charitable campaign each month until they graduate.
Students respond to emergencies on and off campus at University of Delaware
When they're not studying or taking classes, these college students are jumping in an ambulance and helping to save lives as part of the UD Emergency Care Unit.