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Nick Miller



“I work closely with a few season journalists who have served with the Mid America chapter, and I’m honored to be part of it. I’m looking forward to growing as a journalist from collaborating with all the incredibly talented people on the Board of Governors.”

Nick Miller has a desire to seek truth and report it.  Period.  Miller’s decision to pursue journalism as a career began early on while attending Graves County High School in western Kentucky.  As a budding journalist he worked daily on student produced newscasts.

He carried that passion with him while attending Murray State University where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Television Production.  Miller then began his career at WPSD Local 6 in Paducah, Kentucky as a part-time Associate Producer, and was quickly promoted through the ranks.

Today he serves as an Executive Producer who oversees morning and midday news operations.  Miller is skilled in digital media operations.  Most recently, Miller was tasked with heading up and overseeing two special projects produced at WPSD Local 6.  The first was an in-depth look at school shooting massacres, and the motivations behind those tragic events.  The special coverage played an impactful role as our viewing area is the site of two deadly school shootings; one in 1997, and the other in 2018.

The second special project was a months-long effort to bring The Wall That Heals traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica to Paducah.  This project served a journalistic purpose, but also allowed local Vietnam veterans who aren’t able to visit the memorial in Washington, D.C. to make an attempt at closure and healing.  Both of these special projects culminated in a one hour special with Miller serving at the helm.  He’s proud to be a part of an award winning news operation which covers four states.

Miller has been married to his wife Heather for 7 years, and their son Logan is 3 years old. “