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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
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    NEW YORK—Shari’s mom, Judy, was an amazing chef and baker. Even throughout her six year battle with metastatic breast cancer, her daughter says it was the cooking and baking that kept her mom going. “Even when she was really sick, she loved having people around the table and sharing that food. You know, food is love,” Shari Brooks said. When Judy passed ten years ago, Shari was given her recipe books. Wanting to do something to keep her mother’s memory […]

  • College program helps Bronx teen who suffered family emergency find a school that best fits her needs

    NEW YORK— She always keeps her phone in her bag while doing community service. But one afternoon, earlier this year, she took her phone out to find dozens of missed calls. That was the moment Isamar Morillo learned her mother had had a ruptured brain aneurysm. Luckily, she survived, but suffered temporary blindness and required a couple of surgeries and months of rehab. “I was very upset. Like I said, I was an only child and Iived with her my whole […]

  • Bronx teen scores a full ride to Columbia University with the help of College Bound Initiative program

    NEW YORK—Gil De Jesus lived most of his life in the Soundview section of the Bronx. “I was born in the Dominican Republic. My family and I we moved here when I was six years old with the intentions of my brother and I getting a better education. My father always believed the key to a better life is through education,” De Jesus said. His mother was a beautician and his father worked several jobs to bring in money. Hard […]

  • College program helps thousands of city kids get into college with solid financial aid packages

    Long Island City, Qns.—Alondra Cena has lived most of her life across from this spectacular view of Manhattan. An only child, she went to elementary and middle school in Long Island City, where she lived with her mom in the NYCHA housing complex. “My mom, as a single parent, struggled a lot with finding work, especially because she never graduated from college herself,” Cena explained. As a student at the Young Women’s Leadership School, it was instilled in her to […]

  • Former rock and roll publicist finds a new passion in ping pong

    NEW YORK — 2008 was a bad year for Carol Klenfner. She had major back surgery, endured the loss of her husband and then was let go from her long-time job in public relations repping some of the biggest rock bands in history. “A couple of bands you might have heard of: The Stones, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, Elton John,” Klenfner said. She said it all hit her like a ton of bricks. “There I am in my much-smaller apartment […]

  • Former dancer helps aspiring artists build career through scholarship program

    NEW YORK — With each twist, leap and turn, it’s clear how gracefully Jacalyn Tatro moves — and it’s no surprise this Illinois native is attending The Juilliard School as a dance major this fall. “I only dreamed of getting in, so when that became on opportunity for me, that was something I definitely had to grab on to,” Tatro said. She received a little money from Juilliard but could still use help with her tuition, so she went to […]

  • Long Island couple honors late son’s memory with Christmas in July toy drive

    Farmingdale, L.I.—Nicholas Rosario was born with severe brain damage due to a lack of oxygen at birth. His father says he didn’t walk or talk and that doctors believed he didn’t really understand. But he smiled and his smile was priceless. While doctors told Nicholas’s parents he may only live to ten years old, he defied the odds and lived three more years before passing away on July 3, 2015. “I was lucky enough to have him for 13 years,” […]

  • The imaginative composer behind the Williamsburg-based National Sawdust

    BROOKLYN—When you enter the performance space of National Sawdust, you immediately understand why it’s described as an incubator of artistry. The abstract design gets your creative juices going. “Every time you see a picture, you know it’s National Sawdust because of these walls. So it’s exciting, after two and a half years, it’s become a cultural destination for discovery and that’s more than I could’ve asked for,” Paola Prestini said. Prestini teamed up with co-founder, Kevin Dolan, to build the […]

  • World famous violinist hits high notes in the classroom

    NEW YORK—You may not think you know Joshua Bell, but, you certainly know his music. From movie soundtracks, to his Grammy-winning recordings, and directing the Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields. “I grew up listening to so many of their records and made my first recording with them when I was 18 yrs old. And now here I am as the music director,” Bell exclaimed. The orchestra was created in 1958 , and, he is the only person to […]

  • The kids from “School of Rock” talk about what it takes to do 8 shows a week on Broadway

    NEW YORK—Most kids their age spend their days in school, with activities and friends filling their afternoons. But for Ava Briglia and Jim Kaplan, a normal day usually ends with a company bow! “Being on Broadway is probably the most amazing thing that I’ve experienced in my entire life,” Kaplan exclaimed. They’re not even in middle school and already have impressive resumes. “I was in Matilda on Broadway and also School of Rock on tour,” Briglia explained. Jim was in […]