Matthew Kincanon

Digital Content Producer

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Matthew Kincanon joined the 4 News Now team as a Digital Content Producer in March 2021.

He graduated from Gonzaga University in May of 2019 with a degree in journalism and political science.

Passionate about writing since he was a kid, Matthew’s love of storytelling has led him to writing about the diverse ethnic and religious groups in his hometown of Spokane. His favorite stories to write involve Native Americans. Before joining 4 News Now, he wrote for Spokane Faith and Values, The Spokesman-Review and Gonzaga News Service.

When he’s not writing, he’s either watching movies, playing on his Nintendo Switch or Playstation 4, or searching for DVDs at local thrift stores. His dream is to one day own all the Best Picture winners.


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