Matt Bond serves as Executive Vice President of Content Distribution for NBCUniversal. In this role, Bond is responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the company’s content portfolio, and managing the distribution relationships for NBCUniversal cable channels, owned-and-operated televisions stations, and other licensing responsibilities.
Prior to this, Matt held the position of Executive Vice President of Content Acquisition for Comcast, overseeing the company’s content acquisition efforts including the negotiation of programming agreements for cable systems serving more than 24 million customers. Bond also led content acquisition for new media rights and strategic multiplatform initiatives, including On Demand Online.
Before joining Comcast, Bond served as Executive Vice President of Distribution for the Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network (YES). He also held the titles of Executive Vice President, Programming at AT&T Broadband and President of Satellite Services, Inc., (an AT&T Broadband subsidiary), managing the delivery of video programming services. Previously, he served as Executive Vice President of Programming for Telecommunications, Inc. (TCI), prior to its merger with AT&T.
Bond earned undergraduate degrees in marketing and finance from the University of Denver and a J.D. from the University of Colorado.