Graham Miller (sports presenter)

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Graham Miller
Born1951 (age 67–68)
Years active1973 - present

Graham Miller (born 1951) is a television presenter, broadcaster and journalist who now runs the independent media and communications business - MediaVu.


Miller first showed interest in radio in the 1970s when he joined the Hospital Relay Group broadcasting to hospital patients in Harpenden, Luton and Welwyn Garden City. When established he retained his interest in hospital radio including an interview with Graham Jones at Radio Hertford (Hospital Radio)

Television and radio[edit]

Miller's career began in 1973 when he worked for BBC Radio Birmingham as a reporter. In 1974, he joined BBC Radio London and then Anglia Television and HTV West (now ITV Wales & West) where he worked in producer and reporter/presenter roles.[1] In 1983, he joined Thames Television's Thames News as Sports Editor and co-presented the regional news with Andrew Gardner.[2]

In 1993, he joined ITN where he worked alongside newscaster Trevor Mcdonald as the lead sports correspondent and presenter on News at Ten.[3]

After leaving ITN, he formed a sports marketing and communications agency but has worked as a freelance reporter for Sky Sports News, CNN and Today FM.[4]


Miller has also reported for a number of major British journalism outlets including Sunday Mirror, Telegraph, Times and Evening Standard.


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