Myles Miller Biography
Myles Miller boasts of a top-tier career in journalism. His hard work passion and dedication to the community have earned him awards from the most prestigious awarding institutions. He is a two-time Emmy award winner, 2-time regional Edward R. Murrow winner, and 1 duPont-Columbia award. He currently works as a reporter at NBC New York. His work as a journalist has him traveling to all states in the United States. Myles has worked in print, digital and television.
Myles Miller Age, Family and Wife
Miller’s prestigious credentials are a result of his work in the journalism business, which he has kept priority over other matters. His private life, wife, children, and marriage remain unknown to the public.
The 34 or 35-year-old went to school at the University of Maryland Global Campus but shortly left to work as a reporter in former President Obama’s administration. He was the White House Reporter for The Daily. His focus was criminal justice and domestic policy. While at the white house, Miller investigated security breaches at the TSA and the $1 million scandal at the GSA. He left after President Obama retired to work as a correspondent for Reuters. He covered the Delaware and the State of Maryland governments.
On the side, he was a consultant at Emmis Communication. Miller managed the radio station’s websites, developed live stream concert series that was watched by 1.3 million people, and increased the yearly revenue of the media. At the same time, Miller was the executive producer at CGTN America where he oversaw the graphic design, and managed digital staff and freelancers. He managed the network viewed by 1.1 billion people across the globe.
In 2015, he worked for less than a year in WWD and New York Times in the digital department. He managed content for the website, edited video clips, and converted daily newspapers into digital-first publications.
In 2016, he joined CBS radio as a freelance reporter covering local, state, and federal law enforcement for 1 year before joining spectrum as a Chief investigative correspondent covering law enforcement and government oversight. He worked there for close to two years and later joined NBC Universal Local as a crime and investigation reporter. He has coverage of Buffalo Supermarket and the Subway Shooting.
Other than journalism, Miller is a principal at Park Creative Capital, LLC, which offers strategic and internal communication services. The company has worked with Accenture, Lincoln Properties, and JP Morgan.
Myles Miller Stories and Salary
His career as a journalist has involved the coverage of landmark stories, He did coverage of the death of former al Qaeda leader, Osama Bin Laden, the 2012 Presidential Campaign, the Inauguration of President Donald Trump, and the Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act. He has also been an avid writer. His work has been featured on FOXNews.com, The Daily Caller, and the New York Post.
Miller is a huge contributor to the affairs of the public. He is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the New York Press Club. His participation in journalism work makes him a high-income earner. His annual salary could be $100,000.