Daniel Miller - News

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Current Location  -  WFTX, Boston


Represented by  -  John Butte

Career Summary

Daniel Miller is a multi-awarded broadcast journalist with a dynamic style and a winning smile. Both of which are leaving a wide wake of success.

Currently, Daniel is the morning news anchor and reporter at WFXT-TV, Boston. His work earned him a breaking news Emmy in 2018 and such choice reporting assignments as the London wedding of Prince Harry to American Meghan Markle.

Daniel joined Boston 25 in 2015 from WISH-TV, Indianapolis where he was the weekend anchor and weekday reporter. Daniel earned a regional Emmy for news anchoring and numerous other awards. In 2010 he investigated a non-profit's controversial treatment of teens with behavioral and development challenges. His work garnered him the Journalist of the Year award from the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association. Daniel chased storms on a regular basis and developed an expertise for covering severe weather. In 2006, the Indiana Broadcasters Association recognized him for his breaking news coverage during severe weather.

Daniel began his career as an assignment editor/associate producer at WGHP-TV in High Point, N.C. His next stops were WXLV-TV in Winston-Salem, N.C. and WFMY-TV in Greensboro, N.C. as the evening assignment editor.

Born and raised in Greensboro, N.C., Daniel graduated from High Point University in High Point, N.C. with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He spent a semester abroad at Westminster College in Oxford England studying British History.

Daniel is a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and is a frequent community volunteer.

Daniel's hobbies include anything to do outdoors, reading and traveling. London and Amsterdam are his favorite places to travel and vacation.


Ten Years


Bachelor of Arts, Political Science; High Point University, High Point, North Carolina

"Be conversational. The viewers ears are as close as your microphone"