Robert Millis

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Robert Millis (born 1974) is an American online media producer.

He was raised in Portland, Oregon. He moved to New York City in 1993 to attend Eugene Lang College at The New School, and has lived there since.

Robert Millis is best known as a co-host and producer of Political Lunch, a daily online news program covering the 2008 presidential election and related news. Political Lunch is produced and hosted with his business partner at Hudson Street Media, Will Coghlan.;;[1][2][3]

Previous work includes his role as producer of "The Last Angry Man", a documentary biography of Senator Wayne Morse; "Tangled Stories", a profile of singer-songwriter Catie Curtis (originally due for release in early 2006, but stalled for unknown reasons); and "American Microphone", a weekly interview program.[4]

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  1. ^ Blip.tv, a Political Lunch distributor.
  2. ^ NY Times Jan 5, 2008, cover story: "Noontime Web Video Revitalizes Lunch at the Desk"
  3. ^ PBS Nightly Business Report: "The Future of Television"
  4. ^ NewTeeVee review of American Microphone