Kevin Miller (radio host)
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Kevin Miller (born February 1968) is a conservative American talk radio host and political pundit who has been featured on many national news programs, including The Today Show, Leeza Gibbons, CNN, and MSNBC. Miller has also been featured in The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun.
After graduating in 1993 with a degree in Secondary Education from the University of Akron, Miller taught social studies in the Akron public school system.
Miller's first radio job was in Nashua, New Hampshire where he hosted "Miller in the Morning," a frequent stop for presidential candidates during the 1996 campaign. It was here that Pat Buchanan dubbed Miller as "the Pat Buchanan of New Hampshire." He was featured in the first issue George magazine, founded by John F. Kennedy Jr., for his political coverage.
Miller's success in New Hampshire captured the interest of management at Huntsville, Alabama's WVNN, who hired Kevin to fill their afternoon slot that launched the career of Sean Hannity. From there, Miller went on to WERC in Birmingham, Alabama where he hosted a show and served as program director. In Birmingham, Miller received national media attention for his coverage of the Shirley Henson road rage incident and the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing trials.
After the tragic events of September 11, 2001, Miller paid his own way to New York City to broadcast live from Ground Zero. While in New York, Miller organized a group of over 30 volunteers from Alabama to serve meals to rescue workers.
From 2003 to 2006, Miller was on the air at WPTF in Raleigh, North Carolina. His morning radio program covered the controversy surrounding the men's lacrosse team at Duke University over in Durham and was a frequent guest of Headline News' Nancy Grace program early on during the investigative process. Miller is a frequent guest on "Hardball with Chris Matthews" and the Nancy Grace Show on CNN Headline News.
Miller later moved "Miller in the Morning" to SuperTalk 99.7 WTN in Nashville, Tennessee, from August 2006 to March 2007. Miller was a host on Pittsburgh's Newsradio 1020 KDKA from 12pm - 3pm until January 2009.
In September 2009, Miller's show moved to 580 KIDO in Boise, Idaho where he is the host of the morning show from 5am-9am.