Upon graduating from high school, Dan Miller (with the help of a friend who also worked there), got a job at Mutual Radio Network affiliates WJLA and WTEM as a college student to help as an engineer for their weekend sportscasts. At the job interview, he was asked if he knew how to edit audio tape. He lied and said he could. He kept the job for 11 years. In 1992, Miller got a job at WTNT (‘Sports Radio 570’) in Washington, D.C. as an overnight talk show host and Washington Redskins beat reporter. He only worked there for 3 months. In 1994 he got his first job in TV at WTTG as host of the Washington Redskins pre-game show. In 1995 he got a job at WJLA-TV as weekend sports anchor. From 1994-1997, Miller was a play-by-play announcer for NFL on Fox’s regional broadcasts. Dan Miller in 1997 joined Detroit’s WJBK (Fox 2) as sports director and on-air personality. He is the currently the sports director, sports anchor and host of weekly sports discussion show Sports Works on the station. Miller’s voice can also be heard announcing during The Ford Lions Report when Lions highlights clips are shown. The program is broadcast statewide in Michigan and nationwide via DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. Miller also regularly appears via satellite to discuss the Lions on NFL Network’s pre-game show NFL Game Day Morning during the ‘Word on the Street’ segment. Since 2005, Dan Miller has been the radio play-by-play announcer for the NFL’s Detroit Lions as well the host of their official pre-game discussion show The Lions Roundtable on the Detroit Lions Radio Network teaming with long-time color commentator Jim Brandstatter, and sideline reporter Tony Ortiz. Miller replaced longtime Lions play-by-play man Mark Champion. This is not Miller’s first stint as a Lions broadcaster, however; he was the play-by-play announcer for pre-season games on the Detroit Lions Television Network from 2001-2003. Miller also hosts The Lions Review Show Mondays at 7:00 PM ET on WXYT-FM during the NFL season. Miller is an active member of the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association founded in 1948 by pioneer Detroit Tigers announcer Ty Tyson. The Detroit Free Press named Miller the ‘best local TV sportscaster’ for 2004.