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Date of Birth April 14, 1904
Date of Death December 29, 1983
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Profession Journalist
Horoscope Aries

William Burke Miller Biography

William Burke Miller is a famous American journalist, who was born on April 14, 1904 in . According to Astrologers, William Burke Miller's zodiac sign is Aries.

William Burke "Skeets" Miller (April 14, 1904 – December 29, 1983) was a newspaper and radio reporter.

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According to census documents, William Burke Miller was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He was the son of Charles J. (an assistant manager at a furniture store) and Julia Miller. They also had another child, a daughter named Mary. Little is known about Miller's childhood, although several sources have noted he had originally dreamed of being a professional singer ("The Man Who" 27).

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Miller first came to prominence somewhat by accident. He was a cub reporter for The Courier-Journal in Louisville, making $25 a week ("Two Men," 33), and his newspaper sent him to cover the story of Floyd Collins, a 37-year-old man who had been trapped in a cave, his leg pinned by a 26-pound rock ("Tells How Cave" 2). As the story unfolded, Miller was able to report from the scene, with support from 20 year old Henry Reese, and even make contact with Collins: Miller was very slight (five feet five inches tall, 117 lbs.), enabling him to squeeze into a part of the cave where he could actually talk to Collins, pray with him, and even bring him food, as rescuers engaged in a frantic effort to get him out ("Ex-Reporter," 1; "Collins Release, 1; "Reporter Who Prayed," B3). Each day, Miller filed his stories, in the first person; wire services picked up the story and soon a national audience was waiting and hoping for Collins to be set free. Unfortunately, the rescue proved more difficult than originally expected, and by the time Collins was reached fifteen days later, he was found dead ("Floyd Collins Cave Death," 1). Miller's reporting earned him a Pulitzer Prize on May 4, 1926; his newspaper also gave him a $1000 prize ("Pulitzer 1925 Awards," XX14) But Miller's heart was not in journalism. Despite his newfound fame, he left the profession, moved to Winter Haven, Florida, and went into retail, working for an ice cream manufacturer ("Reporter Who Prayed, B3; "Prize Reporter," 9). His hiatus from journalism was only temporary, however. He was offered a job at the New York Morning World, and moved to New York, along with his sister. But his newspaper career stalled when his new employer did not like his writing (Winchell, 11) and Miller decided to leave journalism and enter broadcasting.

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William Burke Miller was hired by the National Broadcasting Company (which would later be known as NBC), sometime in 1927, as the assistant chief press agent, working in the publicity department at the network ("Kentucky Cave Hero" 23). By 1930, he had been promoted, as NBC created a new department, special events programming; his job was to supervise all current events broadcasts, and also help with special news programs ("Kentucky Cave Hero," 23). This meant coordinating all on-location remotes—such as when NBC attempted a broadcast from a submarine in New London, Connecticut, in late 1930. Miller supervised the team that set up the special microphones and made sure the announcer would be in position to describe this unique event ("Broadcast From," 48). Throughout the 1930s, whenever an unusual event required staff to be on location, it was often Miller who made sure things went smoothly. By the early 1940s, he was also supervising public service broadcasts ("Radio Called," 1) Due to Miller's creative on-the-spot coverage (including the first live transmission from a parachute jump) Robert Ripley designated him "the bravest man in radio."

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On September 26, 1938, Miller married radio and stage actress Alice Reinheart, but their marriage ended in divorce. In the late 1940s, Miller remarried, to children's show host and producer Madge Tucker.

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