Gary Miller Biography
Gary Miller is an American Anchor/Reporter working for Local 12 News – WKRC in Cincinnati, Ohio as a weeknight sports anchor. He has been working for the station since August 2017 after working for KCBS & KCAL.
Gary Miller Age
Miller likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born. However, he might be in his 60s.
Gary Miller Height
Miller stands at an approximate height of 5 feet and 8 inches.
Gary Miller Family
Miller has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if Miller has any siblings.
Gary Miller Wife
Miller is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of Miller being in any past relationship with anyone.
Gary Miller Net Worth
Miller has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an Anchor/Reporter.
Gary Miller Salary
Miller earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Gary Miller Education
Miller is a proud alumnus of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio and Television. He attended the university from 1974 to 1978. During his time there, he actively participated in various activities and societies, serving as the Sports Director for WSIU-TV/FM and working as a Disc Jockey for WIDB-FM.
Prior to his university education, Miller attended Naperville Central High School, where he focused on Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts. He was recognized for his achievements and inducted into the Naperville Central High School Hall of Fame as a national sportscaster in 2002, showcasing his talent and dedication in the field of broadcasting.
Gary Miller Career
Miller serves at Local 12 News as a weeknight sports anchor. Before joining the station, he worked for KCBS & KCAL in Los Angeles, California as a sportscaster. During his stay in Los Angeles, Kyle had the opportunity to serve as the host of the pre-game show for the L.A. Dodgers. This role allowed him to engage with fans, provide analysis, and deliver exciting content to enhance the viewers’ experience before the start of Dodgers games.
From 1978 to 1982, Miller held the position of Sports Director at WSAV-TV in Savannah, Georgia. His role involved overseeing sports programming and delivering sports news and analysis to the viewers. Following his tenure at WSAV-TV, Miller transitioned to CNN and Headline News, where he spent eight years contributing to their sports coverage. During this period, he provided sports updates and analyses as part of the network’s sports programming. This experience further enhanced his expertise in sports journalism before he joined ESPN.
From an undisclosed time until November 2006, Miller co-hosted a daily sports talk show called “West Coast Bias”. This show aired on KSPN radio in Los Angeles, CA and he co-hosted it alongside D’Marco Farr (former NFL athlete). The show aired on weekdays at 1 p.m. Pacific time and occasionally originated from the ESPN Zone in Anaheim, California.
However, on November 10, 2006, it was announced that Miller would be leaving the show, with his departure taking effect immediately. As a result, the program was renamed “The D’Marco Farr Show” with guest hosts filling in for Miller. The specific reasons for Miller’s departure were not disclosed.
During his tenure at ESPN from 1990 to 2004, Miller held various prominent roles within the network. He served as an anchor on SportsCenter, delivering sports news and highlights to viewers. Additionally, he hosted ESPN’s Baseball Tonight, a popular show focused on baseball analysis and coverage.
Miller also had the opportunity to do play-by-play commentary for Major League Baseball games, providing live game coverage and analysis. He was the primary dugout reporter for Monday Night baseball broadcasts and ESPN Daygame. Furthermore, Miller lent his play-by-play talents to cover events such as the College World Series and the Little League World Series, expanding his range of sports coverage during his time at ESPN.
Before making a name for himself in the Los Angeles television and radio industry, Miller had a successful career at ESPN. For over a decade, he served as an anchor for ESPN’s SportsCenter and Baseball Tonight broadcasts, both of which were recognized with Emmy Awards. During his time at ESPN, Miller had the opportunity to handle various aspects of sports broadcasting, including live reporting, packaging, and coverage of events such as the postseason, spring training, and the All-Star game.
Miller’s role at ESPN also involved play-by-play commentary for Major League Baseball (MLB) games, as well as feature and sideline reporting for Sunday and Monday Night Baseball broadcasts. He contributed to ESPN.com through a weekly column and provided play-by-play coverage for MLB, college, and Little League World Series events. Additionally, Miller hosted live, hour-long “Road Shows” during Super Bowls and Final Fours, engaging with fans and bringing the excitement of these major sporting events to viewers.
Gary Miller Arrest
In the year 1997, Miller faced legal trouble when he was arrested for public indecency at a nightclub in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was covering the American League Championship Series. The incident involved him being seen urinating out of an upstairs window, and the police confiscated items described as “drug paraphernalia.” He clarified that he was actually urinating into a bottle and that it was by accident that he urinated on an off-duty police officer. As a result of the incident, he was fined and sentenced to community service, acknowledging the consequences of his actions.
Gary Miller Local 12 News – WKRC
Miller is working at Local 12 News – WKRC where he works alongside other famous Local 12 News – WKRC meteorologists, anchors, and reporters including;
- Kyle Inskeep
- Meghan Mongillo
- Marella Porter
- Paul Poteet
- Chris Renkel
- Richard Skinner
- Paula Toti
- Chris Daniels
- Kayla Gaskins
- Angie Moreschi
Gary Miller Social Media Platforms
He is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 1.5K followers on Twitter.