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Muller is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and anchor of the PIX11 News at 5 and 10.

He recently returned home to PIX following a three year stint at ABC News where he anchored ‘World News Now” and ‘America This Morning’.

He also filled in as News Reader and Correspondent on ‘Good Morning America’.

Muller was the founding male anchor/host of the “PIX11 Morning News.”

His 11-year run on the ground-breaking show made him the third longest running New York City anchor to work on the same broadcast.

Muller has taught Broadcast News Writing and Reporting as an adjunct professor at Fordham University.

He has been a guest lecturer at his alma mater, New York University.

He is an accomplished singer, performing in New York City clubs with rock and roll bands including shows with legendary guitar man, Earl Slick.

Muller is also an avid golfer, tennis player and hiker.

His charity work includes helping raise money for “The Special Olympics” and “The Coalition for Asian American Children”.

Recent Articles
  • NYC nonprofit suits up men to get that new job

    NEW YORK — Anthony Allen moved a few months ago from Georgia to Brooklyn. He’s been looking for a job, but something was missing. That something was a suit. “I do corrections in Georgia but now I’m here so I’m out there searching for something like that,” Allen said. He was one of more than a dozen men who received a brand new suit this week, thanks to a partnership between Mohan’s Custom Tailors and the nonprofit “That Suits You.” “Feels wonderful. […]

  • Family fighting childhood cancer gets special Christmas gift

    Gia Gentile’s doctors said her illness was viral and “it would just go away,” but her mom knew it was something more. Then on Nov. 1, 2016, their lives changed when Gia was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer that affects kids between the age of 1 and 6. The news shattered the Gentile family – then they found the nonprofit Band of Parents, an organization started by families who desperately wanted better treatment for their children who […]

  • SAY, a group that empowers youth who stutter, receives national prize

    NEW YORK — It’s hard to tell when she’s singing, but Isabella Negron has trouble getting her words out. “Just the feeling of singing, just the way that my voice comes out. I just love that feeling of singing, and to share it is just amazing,” Negron said. The 16-year-old from Long Island has a severe stutter that started when she was just 4 years old. Her mom says it was very challenging for Isabella growing up. “Difficult with peers, […]

  • The Learning Garden helps connect kids with science and nature

    South Jamaica, QUEENS — In the middle of South Jamaica, Queens, one group of New York City kids is getting a hands on lesson in the science of farming. Today, they’re learning about mulching as they put “to sleep” a bed of garlic plants they planted earlier this fall. “We were learning about all the plants and all the things that happen in the winter to leaves,” said a young Darren. It’s all part of the “Learning Garden” program run by […]

  • A Pie Story: From the White House to the slaughterhouse

    You could say it’s apropos that hidden behind a garage-like storefront, across from a cemetery, lies the so-called “Demon Baker of Fleet Street.” His name is Bill Yosses. A former executive pastry chef who, as he likes to put it, went from the “White House to the Slaughterhouse.” “I’ve always been a pastry chef in NY. Then in 2006, I got a call from the White House which I thought was a joke of course. And they said we’d like you to come and […]

  • Stories From The Heart: Sing For Hope pianos bring art to city schools

    NEW YORK — You’ve probably seen them in public spaces across the five boroughs. Each June, for the last six years, the Sing For Hope pianos have been placed in public parks and spaces for anyone and everyone to play. “I think a lot of folks know them as this fun sort of burst of creativity in the summertime in the parks… what a lot of people don’t realize is that the heart of the program is what happens to […]

  • Greenburgh Health Center offers care for those who are uninsured

    Jacqueline is 40 years old and says it took a long time for her to conceive. She’s in her third trimester now and just weeks away from giving birth to a baby girl. “When I got pregnant I was worried because I don’t have insurance,” Jacqueline said. She started out her pregnancy worried about how she and her baby were going to get the care they needed. But Jacqueline was referred to Fidelis Care and the Greenburgh Health Center — […]

  • Bronx Community College student on a mission to diversify children’s literature

    Something special happened at Bronx Community College over the summer. In one children’s literature course, a melting pot of people used their cultural diversity to come together. This class wound up changing the lives of many students, including 26-year-old Melissa Cabrera. “It  just feel like wow there’s certain things out there, that I’ve gone through that I’ve experienced that I didn’t think were significant but they are,” Cabrera said. With  guidance from Professor Katherine Arnoldi,  students in the class were […]

  • Connecting immigrants in underserved communities with jobs and hope for the future

    Juliet Hodge is training to be an administrative assistant. She came to the United States from Trinidad and Tobago nearly 20 years ago to study theology, but over the years she discovered what made her happiest. “I wanted to be in a position to help,” she said. “Doing something that would fulfill me and I was stuck in that area because I wasn’t quite sure where to go to get that type of employment.” Then a couple months ago she […]

  • Artist-In-Residence program offers hospital patients a creative outlet

    Ricardo Paredes is an artist through and through, bringing his own pizzazz to his projects. It’s an outlet, an escape, for him. “I like a lot of abstract, stuff that speaks to you on a different level,” Paredes said. “If it wasn’t for art I don’t know, it really helped me to come out. It helped me a lot with different moods, pain.” The 42-year-old has battled sickle cell anemia his entire life and regularly comes to Mount Sinai West […]