Myles Miller

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Myles Miller
Myles Miller in the East Village
Occupation Journalist
Years active 2005-present
Title Reporter & Digital Strategist

Myles Miller is a reporter at WPIX and a digital strategist. He spent two years, reporting for FOX TV Stations—and is the youngest White House correspondent in history having served in that role for News Corporation's iPad newspaper, The Daily.


Miller began his reporting career at the New York Daily News in 2005.

He covered the northeast United States for Reuters, traveled with President Barack Obama as White House correspondent for News Corporation's The Daily and covered politics for WTXF & My9 based in Trenton, NJ, launching Chasing New Jersey.

He also worked as a reporter for WTTG, in Washington, D.C., and as a fill-in morning anchor on WBAL (AM).


Miller lead digital expansion for Emmis Communications expanding their video offerings – positioning HOT 97 as a global leader in multiplatform entertainment, by growing – surpassing Clear Channel Communications, CBS Radio, and Sirius XM Radio's digital offerings, managing the largest YouTube network in radio – HOT 97 TV and developing Angie Martinez's eponymous website

China Central Television, tapped Miller to serve as a consultant and senior executive producer, overseeing their international expansion in digital journalism.

In the media[edit]


  1. ^ Hernandez, Javier C. (2010-06-02). "IPad Efficiency, and a Teenager in the Press Corps". The New York Times. 
  2. ^ Bercovici, Jeff. Forbes  Missing or empty |title= (help)
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