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Matthew Peddie

Matthew Peddie

Host of WMFE's Intersection & Assistant News Director

A recent transplant to the Sunshine State, Matthew Peddie grew up in New Zealand and studied journalism at the University of Western Ontario.

After graduating with an MA in Journalism he returned to Christchurch, working as a reporter for Radio Live and Radio New Zealand. He’s reported live from the scene of earthquakes, criminal trials and rugby matches, and his work has taken him as far south as Scott Base Antarctica.

Since joining the WMFE news room in 2012, Matthew has covered elections, high profile criminal trials and rocket launches. As host of Intersection he interviews the news makers, politicians, and other individuals who make Central Florida unique.

Recent Stories from Matthew Peddie

Jeb Bush Stumps In Orlando

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush stumps in Orlando today. The former governor of Florida will meet with Church leaders and hold a small business tour and meet and greet.

Summertime in Central Florida

It’s summertime in Central Florida. That means afternoon thunderstorms and sweltering temperatures. But it’s also time to hit the water parks, catch a concert, and barbecue.

Darren Soto Enters Race For Grayson’s Seat

The Democratic primary for Alan Grayson’s seat in Congress could become one of the toughest political battles in Central Florida. State Senator Darren Soto enters a race today that’s dividing party loyalties.

Orange County Elementary Schools Encouraged to Allow Recess

The Orange County School Board will encourage recess at elementary schools. The board approved a resolution Tuesday night to allow twenty minutes of recess on days when students don’t have physical education.

Creative Village is  the site of UCF's proposed  downtown Orlando campus. Photo: Matthew Peddie / WMFE

UCF Downtown Campus Funds Vetoed

The University of Central Florida says it’s not giving up in its quest for a downtown Orlando campus, after Governor Rick Scott vetoed $15 million in state funding for the project.

Health News Florida: The Rising Tide Of HIV

There’s a rising tide of HIV infections in Florida and the people being diagnosed don’t fit into any one stereotype. But the same prejudices linger around HIV and those living with it. All this week, Health News Florida is bringing you stories of this new generation of people with HIV – and the efforts to slow this rising tide of infection. Health Reporter Abe Aboraya talks to 90.7’s Matthew Peddie about his work on the series.