Myles Miller

Myles Miller is a duPont-Columbia, Edward R. Murrow and Emmy® Award-winning journalist who covers crime, the courts and general assignment news for WNBC-TV. He joined NBC’s flagship station in October 2019.

Miller was a key component of NBC 4 New York’s award-winning COVID-19 coverage, honored in January, 2021 with the prestigious Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for “creat(ing) a 360 view in real time of the coronavirus pandemic, with courageous and thorough reporting on the virus’s explosion in New York City.” The duPont has long been recognized as the broadcast, documentary and on-line equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize, also awarded by Columbia University.

Prior to joining NBC 4 New York, Miller served as deputy press secretary at the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) and as a senior advisor to the Fire Commissioner.

Miller’s prior television reporting experience includes three years spent at NY1 and Spectrum Networks where he served as chief investigative reporter from 2017-2019 and earned a New York Emmy® in 2018. From 2015-2017, he worked as a law enforcement reporter at WPIX-TV, where he was part of the team that won the 2017 Emmy® Award for Best Morning Newscast. He has also worked as a correspondent for WCBS Newsradio 880 AM, where he was part of the team that won a 2017 Edward R. Murrow Award for “Overall Excellence”. He has covered major Tri-State stories throughout this time, including the Chelsea terrorist bombing, the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the mass shooting at Bronx Lebanon Hospital and the deadly West Side terror attack.

Additionally, Miller has worked as a national correspondent at Reuters, covering the mid-Atlantic states and as the digital director at HOT97, where he oversaw their growth as a digital leader in local radio. He was also a White House correspondent for The Daily, where he traveled across the country with President Barack Obama, covering landmark stories including the death of Osama bin Laden, the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act and the 2012 presidential campaign.

Miller started his career at the New York Daily News, in middle school, where as a part of a summer program and later as an intern, he covered city politics and government for their suburban newspapers, Bronx Boro, Queens and Brooklyn News. Throughout his career in journalism, his writing has also been featured in the New York Post,, The Daily Caller and Women’s Wear Daily. He is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, the National Association of Black Journalists, the New York Press Club and the National Forensics League.

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