Edmondson co-presented the 2008 coverage of the Isle of Wight Festival for ITV2. He also provided links and commentary for the MTV coverage of the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards. He presented reports from T in the Park 2009 for BBC One Scotland, BBC Two Scotland and BBC Three.
In May 2010, Edmondson presented highlights from The Great Escape Festival and the Topman CTRL Student Tour on Channel 4.
In March 2011, as part of Comic Relief's 24 Hour Panel People, where David Walliams took part in panel shows for 24 hours, Edmondson presented links in between some of the panel shows, as well as taking part in the last show.
Since 2012, Edmondson has narrated Totally Bonkers Guinness Book of Records for ITV2. Edmondson hosted panel show Fake Reaction for two series on ITV2 in 2013 and 2014. Edmondson narrated the reality programme Killer Magic for BBC Three in early 2014.
In 2014, Edmondson presented the ITV2 show TV OD. On 24 October 2014, Edmondson appeared in a comedy sketch made for The Feeling Nuts Comedy Night on Channel 4 to raise awareness of testicular cancer.
On 27 June 2016, it was announced that Edmondson would co-host The Xtra Factor Live alongside Rylan Clark-Neal on ITV2. The series began on 27 August 2016 and was broadcast live from The Hospital Club.
During the sixth series of The X Factor in 2009, Edmondson wrote, produced, presented and edited a series of videos on YouTube. These blogs were seen by ITV and in 2010 were legitimised for 'The F Factor' on the official website.
Edmondson also wrote, produced, edited and provided the voiceover to re-caps of the sixth series of The Apprentice in the online show 'Fast Forward'. This was shown on the show's website. In 2012, he appeared in The Apprentice: Matt Edmondson Funny Bits and was available on The Apprentice's BBC webpage and the BBC's YouTube channel. Edmondson presented an online series for The Apprentice in 2013 entitled Matt Edmondson's Awkward Conversations, in which he interviewed each candidate after they were fired.
On 8 January 2010, Edmondson joined BBC Radio 1, and appeared every Friday on Fearne Cotton's show to report on entertainment news and showbiz gossip. His first appearance on Cotton's programme was on 15 January 2010.
Edmondson started a weekly show on BBC Radio 1 on 6 April 2011 replacing Huw Stephens from 9pm to 10pm on Wednesdays. However on 19 December 2012, he presented his last Wednesday night show before moving to weekends in January 2013, taking over Vernon Kay's Saturday 10am - 1pm slot and Sara Cox's Sunday 10am - 1pm slot.
Edmondson is also a regular cover presenter for Scott Mills.
As well as presenting, Edmondson is a writer and producer, having written for the ITV show SMTV Live and Sky1's Shock Treatment. Edmondson has presented online spin-offs for The X Factor and The Apprentice and has occasionally appeared as a panellist on the BBC Two show You're Fired!.
In 2015, Edmondson created and launched the party game 'Obama Llama' and in 2016 he will launch a second game called 'Rainbow Rage'.
Edmondson is originally from Portsmouth and was educated at St Edmund's Catholic School, a Roman Catholic voluntary aided state comprehensive school in the city, before attending Havant College, a sixth form college in the town of Havant in Hampshire. The son of Adrian Edmonson, now lives in Greenwich, London. His elder sister Kate Arnell is also a television presenter. In May 2012, Edmondson became engaged to his long-term girlfriend Bryony Emmett, and the pair married in 2013. In September 2016, Edmondson missed an episode of The Xtra Factor Live. During the show, it was announced that Bryony had gone into labour, and at the end of the show it was announced that she had given birth to a baby girl.
|2002||Richard & Judy||Channel 4||Roving reporter|
|2008||Isle of Wight Festival||ITV2||Co-presenter|
|MTV Europe Music Awards||MTV||Links presenter and commentator|
|2009||T in the Park||BBC||Reporter|
|The Saturdays at Work||Fiver||Narrator||One-off episode|
|2009–??||Sony Ericsson's Pocket TV||Online and T4||Presenter|
|2010||BT Digital Music Awards||ITV2||Co-presenter|
|The Great Escape Festival||Channel 4||Presenter||Highlights show|
|Topman CTRL Student Tour||Presenter||Highlights show|
|2011||24 Hour Panel People||BBC Online||Links presenter||One-off TV special|
|2012, 2013||Utterly Outrageous Reality TV Moments||ITV2||Narrator||2 episodes|
|2012—||Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records||Narrator||3 series|
|2013–2014||Fake Reaction||Presenter||2 series|
|2013—||The Apprentice: You're Fired!||BBC Two||Panellist||Occasional episodes|
|2014||Killer Magic||BBC Three||Narrator||1 series|
|TV OD||ITV2||Presenter||1 series|
|2016—||Impractical Jokers UK||Channel 5 / Comedy Central||Narrator||Series 3—|
|The Xtra Factor Live||ITV2||Co-presenter||Series 13—|
|2010||BBC Radio 1||Fearne Cotton||Segement presenter||Big Five (Friday)|
|2010||Sara Cox||Stand-in presenter||Sundays 10am–1pm|
|2011—||The Matt Edmondson Show||Presenter||Wednesday 9–10pm|
|2013—||Saturdays & Sundays 10am–1pm|
|Scott Mills||Stand-in presenter||Weekdays 1–4pm|