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Yvette M. Miley is the Senior Vice President and Executive Editor of MSNBC. She is responsible for daytime, weekend and early morning programming, breaking news and coverage of special events. Ms. Miley has also served as the Executive Editor of thegrio.com – a website targeting African-Americans.

Ms. Miley, who has worked for NBC Universal for 20 years, is known for her passionate and dynamic leadership. She joined NBC 6/WTVJ in October 1991 as a producer and held various positions in the newsroom prior to working her way up to assistant news director. In July of 2001, Ms. Miley was named Vice President and News Director of the then-owned NBC station, WVTM-NBC 13 in Birmingham Alabama.  Under her leadership, the station’s newscasts saw a dramatic ratings turn around, including going from third to first in the late news category.  Ms. Miley returned to NBC 6/WTVJ on June 14, 2004 after being named Vice President and News Director of the Miami/Fort Lauderdale based NBC owned and operated television station. She joined msnbc in June of 2009.

Ms. Miley is a native of Riviera Beach, Florida and a graduate of the University of Florida. She was named a Distinguished Graduate of Telecommunications at UF in 1997.

Ms. Miley’s awards include a national Edward R. Murrow award for coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing, a Society of Professional Journalists Award,  two Emmy Awards for coverage of the Andrew Cunanan/Gianni Versace story and the Downtown Miami Tornado. She also won the Dupont Award and a Peabody Award for coverage of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, one in 2007 and three in 2003, four Associated Press Awards in 2004, and an additional Edward R. Murrow Award in 2004. In September 2007, the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce named Ms. Miley their 2007 Corporate Executive of the Year.  In 2013, Ms. Miley was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Urban League of Palm Beach County.

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Yvette M. Miley is the Senior Vice President and Executive Editor of MSNBC. She is responsible for daytime, weekend and early morning programming, breaking news and coverage of special events. Ms. Miley has also served as the Executive Editor of thegrio.com – a website targeting African-Americans.

Ms. Miley, who has worked for NBC Universal for 20 years, is known for her passionate and dynamic leadership. She joined NBC 6/WTVJ in October 1991 as a producer and held various positions in the newsroom prior to working her way up to assistant news director. In July of 2001, Ms. Miley was named Vice President and News Director of the then-owned NBC station, WVTM-NBC 13 in Birmingham Alabama.  Under her leadership, the station’s newscasts saw a dramatic ratings turn around, including going from third to first in the late news category.  Ms. Miley returned to NBC 6/WTVJ on June 14, 2004 after being named Vice President and News Director of the Miami/Fort Lauderdale based NBC owned and operated television station. She joined msnbc in June of 2009.

Ms. Miley is a native of Riviera Beach, Florida and a graduate of the University of Florida. She was named a Distinguished Graduate of Telecommunications at UF in 1997.

Ms. Miley’s awards include a national Edward R. Murrow award for coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombing, a Society of Professional Journalists Award,  two Emmy Awards for coverage of the Andrew Cunanan/Gianni Versace story and the Downtown Miami Tornado. She also won the Dupont Award and a Peabody Award for coverage of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, one in 2007 and three in 2003, four Associated Press Awards in 2004, and an additional Edward R. Murrow Award in 2004. In September 2007, the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce named Ms. Miley their 2007 Corporate Executive of the Year.  In 2013, Ms. Miley was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Urban League of Palm Beach County.

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Veteran journalist Yvette M. Miley is a Senior Vice President for MSNBC & NBC. Ms. Miley is known for her passionate leadership, development of people and results-driven management.

 

In her current role, Ms. Miley is responsible for talent management and development of people both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Ms. Miley is the executive in charge of weekend, overnights and early morning programming. Ms. Miley also works closely with MSNBC President Phil Griffin and the editorial teams responsible for daytime programming, breaking news and coverage of special events.

 

In September of 2015, Ms. Miley’s role and responsibilities were expanded when she was named head of diversity and inclusion for both MSNBC and NBC News. In this role, Ms. Miley also reports to both Griffin and NBC News President Deborah Turness. Ms. Miley’s efforts focus on retention and recruiting of the best and brightest for the News Group.

 

In June of 2016, Ms. Miley was tapped to serve as executive-in-charge of NBCOUT. The website launched in June and is now a leading digital platform adding to an impressive suite of vertical sites for NBC News.

 

Ms. Miley joined MSNBC in July of 2009 as Executive Editor of MSNBC Dayside. She was quickly promoted to Vice President and later to Senior Vice President. During her time at MSNBC, Ms. Miley has also served as the Executive Editor of thegrio.com – a website targeting African-Americans.

 

Ms. Miley, who has worked for NBC Universal for 25 years, is known for her dynamic leadership and is well-respected across the industry. She joined NBC 6/WTVJ in October 1991 as a producer and held various positions in the newsroom prior to working her way up to assistant news director. In July of 2001, Ms. Miley was named Vice President and News Director of the then-owned NBC station, WVTM-NBC 13 in Birmingham, Alabama.  Under her leadership, the station’s newscasts saw a dramatic ratings turn around, including going from third to first in the late news category.  Ms. Miley returned to NBC 6/WTVJ on June 14, 2004 after being named Vice President and News Director of the Miami/Fort Lauderdale based NBC owned and operated television station.

 

Ms. Miley, is known for her control room management skills and ability to handle breaking news. In September of 2016, Ms. Miley was awarded an Emmy for MSNBC and NBC’s coverage of the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. Ms. Miley’s awards include a national Edward R. Murrow award, an Emmy and a Society of Professional Journalists award for her role during coverage of the Marathon Bombing in Boston. Ms. Miley also has two Emmy awards for coverage of the Andrew Cunanan/Gianni Versace story and the Downtown Miami Tornado.  Ms. Miley also won the Dupont and a Peabody for coverage of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and four regional Murrow awards, one in 2007 and three in 2003, four Associated Press awards in 2004, and an additional Murrow in 2004.

 

In September 2007, the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce named Ms. Miley the 2007 Corporate Executive of the Year.  In 2013, Ms. Miley was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Urban League of Palm Beach County for her work in the community. In 2016, Ms. Miley was recognized by the National Press Club for her work mentoring others in this industry. Ms. Miley is a native of Riviera Beach, Florida and a graduate of the University of Florida. She was named a Distinguished Graduate of Telecommunications at UF in 1997.

 

Ms. Miley is a member of ColorComm, NABJ, IRE, the National Press Club, NLGJA and ONA.

Ms. Miley, who is finishing a book on leadership, is a columnist and published author under a pseudonym.

Veteran journalist Yvette M. Miley is a Senior Vice President for MSNBC & NBC News. Ms. Miley is known for her passionate leadership, development of people and results-driven management.

In her current role, Ms. Miley is responsible for talent management and development of people both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Ms. Miley is the executive in charge of weekend, overnights and early morning programming. Ms. Miley also works closely with MSNBC President Phil Griffin and the editorial teams responsible for daytime programming, breaking news and coverage of special events.

In September of 2015, Ms. Miley’s role and responsibilities were expanded when she was named head of diversity and inclusion for both MSNBC and NBC News. In this role, Ms. Miley also reports to both Griffin and NBC News President Deborah Turness. Ms. Miley’s efforts focus on retention and recruiting of the best and brightest for the News Group.

In June of 2016, Ms. Miley was tapped to serve as executive-in-charge of NBCOUT. The website launched in June and is now a leading digital platform adding to an impressive suite of vertical sites for NBC News.

Ms. Miley joined MSNBC in July of 2009 as Executive Editor of MSNBC Dayside. She was quickly promoted to Vice President and later to Senior Vice President. During her time at MSNBC, Ms. Miley has also served as the Executive Editor of thegrio.com – a website targeting African-Americans.

Ms. Miley, who has worked for NBC Universal for 25 years, is known for her dynamic leadership and is well-respected across the industry. She joined NBC 6/WTVJ in October 1991 as a producer and held various positions in the newsroom prior to working her way up to assistant news director. In July of 2001, Ms. Miley was named Vice President and News Director of the then-owned NBC station, WVTM-NBC 13 in Birmingham, Alabama.  Under her leadership, the station’s newscasts saw a dramatic ratings turn around, including going from third to first in the late news category.  Ms. Miley returned to NBC 6/WTVJ on June 14, 2004 after being named Vice President and News Director of the Miami/Fort Lauderdale based NBC owned and operated television station.

Ms. Miley, is known for her control room management skills and ability to handle breaking news. In September of 2016, Ms. Miley was awarded an Emmy for MSNBC and NBC’s coverage of the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. Ms. Miley’s awards include a national Edward R. Murrow award, an Emmy and a Society of Professional Journalists award for her role during coverage of the Marathon Bombing in Boston. Ms. Miley also has two Emmy awards for coverage of the Andrew Cunanan/Gianni Versace story and the Downtown Miami Tornado.  Ms. Miley also won the Dupont and a Peabody for coverage of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and four regional Murrow awards, one in 2007 and three in 2003, four Associated Press awards in 2004, and an additional Murrow in 2004.

In September 2007, the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce named Ms. Miley the 2007 Corporate Executive of the Year.  In 2013, Ms. Miley was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Urban League of Palm Beach County for her work in the community. In 2016, Ms. Miley was recognized by the National Press Club for her work mentoring others in this industry. Ms. Miley is a native of Riviera Beach, Florida and a graduate of the University of Florida. She was named a Distinguished Graduate of Telecommunications at UF in 1997.

Ms. Miley is a member of ColorComm, NABJ, IRE, the National Press Club, NLGJA and ONA.

Ms. Miley, who is finishing a book on leadership, is a columnist and published author under a pseudonym.

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