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WDAF Reporter Runs Red Light During Liveshot - Posted October 31, 2014
Guys. Maybe we should stop doing liveshots while driving motor vehicles? Here's WDAF reporter Matt Stewart, driving while live--and running a red light in the process. Now, in fairness, Stewart does tell viewers of the Kansas City Fox station he has "an orange... [TVSpy]

Matt Stewart Lands at WDAF - Posted August 30, 2012
Matt Stewart, former morning and weekend co-anchor for Kansas City's CBS affiliate KCTV joins rival station WDAF (FOX) as morning reporter. Stewart's last day on air for KCTV was August 2nd. "I am really exc... [SocialTimes.com]

Morning Anchor Matt Stewart Leaving KCTV - Posted July 2, 2012
Morning anchor Matt Stewart is leaving Kansas City CBS-affiliate KCTV. Last month, KCTV announced that Alexis Del ... [TVSpy]

KOIN Anchor Alexis Del Cid Joining KCTV - Posted May 4, 2012
Alexis Del Cid will join KCTV, the CBS-affiliate in Kansas City, in August. Del Cid joins KCTV from KOIN in Portl... [TVSpy]

Soft Skull Publishes Twitter-ed Novel - Posted July 14, 2010
It was the best of tweets, it was the worst of tweets. With that silly pun last Bastille Day, we reported on the efforts of Matt Stewart to tweet his entire 480,000-character debut nove... [GalleyCat]

July 2009: Top Publishing Stories of the Year - Posted December 31, 2009
On Bastille Day in July, author Matt Stewart published his entire novel, "The French Revolution," on Twitter in a burst of 3,700 tweets. He later landed ... [GalleyCat]

It Was the Best of Tweets, It Was the Worst of Tweets - Posted July 14, 2009
In honor of Bastille Day, author Matt Stewart will publish "The French Revolution" entirely on Twitter, estimating it will take 3,700 tweets to micro-blog his 480,000-character debut nov... [GalleyCat]

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