VP, Video, Condé Nast
Matthew Duckor is Vice President, Video at Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE). CNE is an award-winning next generation studio and distribution network with entertainment content across film, television, premium digital video, social and virtual reality.
In his role, Duckor oversees the video programs at Bon Appétit, Epicurious, Architectural Digest and Condé Nast Traveler. He has produced highly-popular franchises, such as “Kids Try,” “Gourmet Makes,” “Working 24 Hours At,” and “It’s Alive with Brad” for Bon Appétit, “Price Points” for Epicurious, “Open Door” for Architectural Digest, and “Culturally Speaking” for Condé Nast Traveler. Duckor also oversees programming for Bon Appétit’s OTT streaming channel.
Duckor joined the Condé Nast team in 2011 as the Multimedia Editor at Bon Appétit where he launched the brand’s video programming, while contributing to the print magazine and website. In 2014, he became the senior editor for Epicurious and launched the brand’s digital video library by building the programming from the ground up.
Prior to Condé Nast, Duckor collaborated with Ben Leventhal, Eater co-founder and Resy founder, to launch The Feast, a lifestyle site focused on restaurants, shopping, and nightlife. As editor at NBC News, Duckor also conceived, produced and edited all original video, which appeared online, on air and NBC Taxi TV.
Duckor graduated from NYU with a BFA in screenwriting from the Tisch School of the Arts.