Myles Miller

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Myles Miller
Myles Miller at Fed-Ex Field
Occupation Journalist
Years active 2005-present
Title General Assignment Reporter

Myles Miller is a journalist and digital marketing strategy expert. Myles is a reporter for WTTG-TV, Fox 5 – 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 as a writer for the New York Daily News in 2005, he later edited[1] the International Business Times, helped launch, and launched news verticals for AOL / Huffington Post.

Miller 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 led the digital expansion at Emmis Communications' legendary WQHT-FM Hot 97, 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.

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  1. ^ "International Business Times". 
  2. ^ Hernandez, Javier C. (2010-06-02). "IPad Efficiency, and a Teenager in the Press Corps". The New York Times. 
  3. ^ Bercovici, Jeff. Forbes |url= missing title (help). 
  4. ^ [1]

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