Greg Milam

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Greg Milam joined Sky News in 2002 and since then has reported from as far afield as the Arctic Circle and Australia. He is currently Sky's US Correspondent. Greg has anchored coverage of two of the biggest stories of recent times: the death of Michael Jackson in Los Angeles and, from Ground Zero in New York, the death of Osama Bin Laden.

As well as the historic and turbulent presidency of Barack Obama and the most bitter political climate for decades, Greg has covered stories as diverse as the Tiger Woods scandal, the Arizona shooting rampage and the BP oil spill.

Greg moved to Washington from Brussels. His three years as Europe Correspondent included reporting from the scenes of crime, riots, disasters, political intrigue and the showbiz weddings of both Tom Cruise and Wayne Rooney.

As a news correspondent based in London, Greg reported from Iran and Iraq, the Middle East and Africa.

Greg has reported from more than 30 countries. He also spent a year as the presenter of Sky News Sunrise.

Before joining Sky, Greg worked for Anglia News in Norwich. He served his journalism apprenticeship at a news agency, covering news and sport for national newspapers. At 19, Greg reported from Romania on the aftermath of the fall of dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.

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Articles by Greg Milam

  1. Selma's Impact Felt Amid Modern Race Tensions

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. The movie Selma, the story of the bitter fight for voting rights in America's Deep South, is one of the films in the running for best picture. The Academy has been criticised for ...

  2. Harper Lee's New Book Puts Hometown In A Spin

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent, Monroeville. But sleepy Monroeville is suddenly the centre of global attention all over again. The shock announcement that a second novel by Harper Lee is to be released in the summer, more than 50 ...

  3. American Sniper's Wife Gives Emotional Evidence

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. Taya Kyle, 40, was the first witness to be called at the trial in Texas of former US Marine Corporal Eddie Ray Routh. Routh is accused of the murder of Kyle and his friend ...

  4. American Sniper Branded Suspect 'Nuts'

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. Taya Kyle, 40, was the first witness to be called at the trial in Texas of former US Marine Corporal Eddie Ray Routh. Routh is accused of the murder of Kyle and his friend ...

  5. American Sniper's Alleged Killer On Trial

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent, Stephenville. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, credited as the most deadly sniper in US military history, was shot dead at a gun range in February 2013. His friend Chad Littlefield was also shot dead during ...

  6. Redmayne On Perils Of Winning Movie Gongs

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent, in Los Angeles. The British star of The Theory of Everything also paid tribute to his new wife Hannah for keeping his feet on the ground during awards season. He was speaking at the ...

  7. Redmayne On Perils Of Transporting Oscar Gongs

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent, in Los Angeles. The British star of The Theory of Everything also paid tribute to his new wife Hannah for keeping his feet on the ground during awards season. He was speaking at the ...

  8. LA Gangs Join Forces In Fight Against Killings

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. The battle between the Bloods and Crips - the stuff of rap legend - has left thousands dead on the streets of Los Angeles over the last four decades. But gang crime in neighbourhoods like Compton ...

  9. Police: Google Waze Traffic App Endangers Cops

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. The Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed to Sky News that its chief Charlie Beck has written to the tech giant expressing concerns that the app, which highlights the location of police officers, is ...

  10. American Sniper Billboard Graffiti: 'Murder!'

    Posted by - Greg Milam, US Correspondent. The red-painted graffiti appeared overnight on the advertisement in the Brentwood neighbourhood of Los Angeles. The movie, which has been nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture, has prompted a nationwide debate since ...

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