Matt Weber is prolific in his media production -- he is the host and co-creator of "The Lens" -- CatholicTV's 30-minute program on news and culture. Prior to this show, Weber wrote and created the popular weekly series "A Word with Weber." Aside from faith based content, Weber is an award winning digital journalist at Harvard University -- from interviewing Oprah Winfrey on his education podcast to producing numerous videos for the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Additionally, Weber is a national speaker on subjects both faith and digital -- and keynotes at conferences, churches, and colleges across the country.
A sampling of his work is below, including links to archives.
Weber's columns and op-eds can also be found through Huffington Post and Busted Halo, along with his CV below.
From 2009-2012, Weber wrote/produced "A Word with Weber" -- short, video essays appearing on CatholicTV's flagship shos 'This is the Day" and "Clearvoice." For full archives, click here: ARCHIVE
Writer and host of "The Lens" -- one of CatholicTV's anchor shows, airing in primetime Mondays's at 9 PM -- for archive of all show, click here: ARCHIVE.
Weber's first video at Harvard University, this reflection on gratitude won the Student Film Contest at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
During Weber's first book tour, Loyola Press produced this video sharing experiences from the book.
This was Weber's first video to appear on national television and the one that started his career in religious media.
Weber delivering the keynote address at Providence College's Evening of Appreciation Dinner.