Christine Sloan-Miller

Director of Production

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Christine Sloan-Miller is the director of production at PBS Wisconsin. Most recently she was the executive producer of news and public affairs overseeing all news and documentary productions for the six-station network, which includes local political and cultural programs as well as PBS Wisconsin's award-winning weekly news program Here and Now and a new PBS Wisconsin-WPR multi-platform Wisconsin Life project.

Under her supervision, PBS Wisconsin productions have received numerous individual and team awards. They include multiple Midwest Emmys and Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards, as well as four consecutive National USC Annenberg Walter Cronkite Awards for Excellence in Television Political Journalism.

From 2003 to 2008, Sloan-Miller was the series producer of the PBS Wisconsin news-magazine program, In Wisconsin. Previously she served as associate producer for PBS Wisconsin's news and public affairs program, WeekEnd.

Before coming to PBS Wisconsin in 1999, Sloan-Miller gained experience working at a video production company and as a news producer at a commercial television station in Miami. She holds a bachelor's degree in speech broadcasting from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.