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Myles Miller is New York’s youngest political correspondent.
He currently covers U.S. Courts and City Hall.
From City Hall to Albany, from Capitol Hill to the White House, from elections to inaugurations, Miller has provided political coverage for Children’s PressLine, The New York Daily News, and WWRL Radio 1600AM.
In 2009, Miller covered the city-wide elections as a radio reporter for “The Morning Show” on WWRL Radio 1600 AM, and as a news writer for the New York Daily News’ editorial section and for the paper's election blog “Brawl for the Hall”.
In 2008, he covered his first Presidential race, including the debates, Super Tuesday and was on the team covering the conventions and all the incredible twists and turns over the past two years, culminating in the historic inaugural of Barack Obama.
Miller was part a project called BackTalk: Kids Speak, Officials Respond team which in 2007 won a World Association of Newspapers award.
Since then, Myles has reported on virtually every major story in New York ranging from the potential cuts to student metro cards to teen violence in the Bronx. He has always had a great love for New York because there’s nothing like reporting on youth stories close to home, and close to the heart.
Miller is a known figure in the not for profit and political communities as he is involved in several organizations that serve young people in this country and abroad.
For his young age his connections to politicians and community leaders are nearly unmatched. Miller also served as the only commissioner for the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development a national education reform organization. He was the only person on the commission under 21.
Miller resides in The Bronx, and enjoys distance running, and reading the wires.