Quinte Broadcasting Pundit
Jason Miller makes a guest appearance on Quinte Broadcasting radio station CJBQ to discuss topical issues, such as racial tensions in the United States, police shootings and other current affairs.
Belleville journalist thrust
into provincial spotlight
The work of Belleville Journalist
Jason Miller will be featured on
TVO this evening at 9pm.
July 26, 2017
Eugene Melnyk, the owner of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators and its AHL affiliate Belleville Senators field questions from Post Media’s Jason Miller, Oct. 2016, about the American Hockey League (AHL) board voted unanimously in favour of the relocation of the AHL’s then New York-based Binghamton Senators to Belleville, Ontario.
Quinte Broadcasting Interview
Jason Miller makes a guest appearance on Quinte Broadcasting radio station CJBQ to discuss his exclusive story, published in the Ottawa Citizen, July 2016, about the relocation of an American Hockey League team to small town Belleville.
CPAC Election Analysis
CPAC’s Jacqueline Milczarek garners insight from local journalist Jason Miller during her visit to the Bay of Quinte, to examine key election issues and to meet candidates vying to become MP for the area in the Oct. 19, 2015, federal election.
Interviewing Justin Trudeau
During his 2015 bid to become prime minister, then Liberal MP Justin Trudeau, made an August 2015 campaign stop in Belleville, to detail his commitment to military veterans. Trudeau is quizzed by Post Media’s Jason Miller about his suitability to lead and how he will follow through on his vow to offer better support for middle class families. Trudeau would go on to become prime minister.
Toronto’s NewsTalk 1010
Jason Miller makes a special appearance on Toronto’s NewsTalk 1010, where he unspools how a routine outing with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) aircraft highway patrol unit turned into a thrilling news piece about his experience of witnessing, from the OPP’s Cessna 206, a vehicle going a 222 km/hr. The driver was accused of stunt driving and driving while smoking cannabis in a bong.
During the 2010 bombshell case of serial sex killer and disgraced former Air Force colonel, Russell Williams, Miller was brought in by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) to do two guest appearances giving his take on the case. A pilot and former top officer at CFB Trenton, Canada’s largest and busiest air force base, Williams confessed in 2010 to a sadistic crime spree that rocked the military: two horrific murders, two home-invasion sexual assaults, and dozens of fetish burglaries targeting women’s lingerie.