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David Lee Miller

David Lee Miller

David Lee Miller currently serves as a New York-based correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). He joined FNC in 1996 as a London-based correspondent.

Most recently, Miller was on scene in Boston, MA to cover the indictment of the Boston Marathon bomber. In 2012, he reported live from southern Israel during the Israel/Gaza conflict and also reported from outside the courthouse in Bellefonte, PA during the Jerry Sandusky trial.

While at FNC, Miller has provided live coverage of several national and international stories, including the aftermath of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, recovery efforts following Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, the funeral of Pope John Paul II from Vatican City and the 2000 election deadlock in Florida. Miller has also reported on-site in the Middle East from Manama, Bahrain, Centcom, Qatar, and Baghdad, Iraq and covered the ongoing Israeli/Palestinian conflict, the Iraqi elections in 2005 and Operation Enduring Freedom.

Prior to FNC, Miller spent 10 years as a producer and reporter at WNYW-TV’s (FOX 5) "A Current Affair" and was also a supervising producer at New World Television. Additionally, he was a reporter at WOKR-TV (ABC 13), WENY-TV (ABC 3) and WENY-AM (1230 AM) in New York, NY. Previously, he covered local politics for WFAS-FM Radio in White Plains, NY.

A graduate of Ithaca College, Miller has received an Emmy Award for investigative reporting as well as an Associated Press Award for Spot News Reporting.