A Maysville native will be joining the Cincinnati Bengals radio broadcast team as pregame and postgame host.
From the Bengals Communications team:
Wayne “Box” Miller joins the radio broadcast team and will continue to serve as a recurring guest host for Bengals Pep Rally, which airs on ESPN 1530 on Friday afternoons throughout the season. His credits include producer and host of the award winning Prime Time Sports Show on radio and he was part of the inaugural Sports Rock TV show. In addition, he opined The Box Seat sports column in print and online platforms. Miller is a graduate of Morehead State University, and was inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame in 2007.
Games will be aired this season on the Bengals Radio Network, led by three flagship stations in the Cincinnati market. All games will be carried by Cincinnati’s ESPN 1530 and WEBN-FM (102.7). Once the Major League Baseball season is over, games also will be aired on WLW-AM (700).
Miller was born in Maysville and moved during elementary school. He still has relatives here, notably Chan Warner (owner of Chandler’s) is his cousin and is also cousins with Darius Miller, related to Nicole Miller’s side of the family.
Miller has been and still is a busy and active community member since moving to Cincinnati as a child. He’s acted as the master of ceremonies in the Freedom Fund Gala for the NAACP in 2008 and been a speaker at his former church, Scott Methodist. He’ll return to the area at times to see family and friends.
He’s earned numerous awards, including the City of Cincinnati’s Connecting Communities and Cultures Award for his work with bettering race relations and the City of Hope’s Spirit of Life Award. Miller also was recently recognized by Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Chapter, as a distinguished leader in the community.
A graduate of Woodward High School in Cincinnati, Miller attended Morehead State University and graduated in 1979 with a degree in Communications.
He was inducted into the MSU Alumni Hall of Fame in May of 2007 for his professional and charitable accomplishments.
Miller replaces Alan Cutler, longtime LEX 18 Sports Director, who retired from the business earlier this year.