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

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

Matteo started making YouTube videos with a green screen in his basement when he was just 10. He then studied media at Paul VI High School and Rowan University. He has two bachelor's degrees in Radio/TV/Film and Journalism.

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.

Matteo is thrilled to be a storyteller who never left home with the television station he grew up watching. Whether he is standing atop the towering Ben Franklin Bridge or climbing inside the creaky Wanamaker Organ, he is thrilled to go anywhere to shoot the perfect angle for his story!

Matteo's Stories
NJ man's free food pantry grows beyond his garage
"Love and kindness, that's what I charge people. That's it." Barney Corrigan's free food pantry has grown so large that it needs the community's help to continue.
Revolution Museum honors MLK Jr. Day with unsung patriots from the past
Museum staff like Michael Idriss are educating guests about Martin Luther King Jr. and the freedom fighters who came before him.
Philly's 'Favorite Trashman' clean-up work extends beyond his pickup route
Philadelphia's "favorite trashman," Terrill Haigler, has a mission that extends far beyond his pick-up route.
Philadelphia mural painter spreads positivity with 100+ public works of art
Born in the city of murals, North Philadelphia native Alloyius McIlwaine has contributed more than 100 public works of art to the region.
'Adopt a Grandparent' with this balloon delivery service
Patricia Cole was all smiles when she received a balloon buddy that she named, 'Sunshine.'
Victims of gun violence memorialized by portrait painters
The Souls Shot Portrait Project pairs local artists with the families of victims of gun violence in the Philadelphia area.
Philadelphia's "favorite trashman" cleans up community
Sanitation worker Terrill Haigler uses Instagram and neighborhood clean-ups to educate the community.
Former opioid addict gives back through random acts of kindness
After recovering from years of drug addiction and homelessness, Megan Cohen is giving back to those with similar struggles.
Famed Philadelphia political cartoonist retires after 35 years
She was the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartoons. Now, after more than 30 years in Philadelphia, Signe Wilkinson is retiring.
Veteran, single mom's photography business empowers local women
Before she started her own business, Adrian Rowan was a military photographer capturing dignified transfers of fallen soldiers.