Host, Think Out Loud
Dave Miller is the host of Oregon Public Broadcasting's daily talk show, Think Out Loud.
Before coming to OPB, Dave was the senior producer of Open Source, a nationally syndicated radio show based at the NPR affiliate station WGBH in Boston. He began his radio career as a documentary producer at Sound Portraits Productions and StoryCorps. From 2008 to 2011, he worked as the online host of the show.
His stories have aired on NPR's All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition Saturday.
Dave graduated from Harvard University with a degree in English.
Food | local | Think Out LoudOPB | April 1, 2015 12:45 p.m.
We kick off "TOL in the Tub," our new series exploring important issues from hot tubs across the state. It starts in Southeast Portland, with the celebrated chef Miranda Bjornsen.
THURSDAY: The legendary Northwest author delivered an impassioned speech last night at the National Book Awards, where she received the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.
MONDAY: Charles D'Ambrosio's new collection of essays is called Loitering.
MONDAY: The CEO of Oregon's Health CO-OP says state regulators should let him offer customers lower premiums.
FRIDAY: Chris Leslie-Hynan's debut novel Ride Around Shining explores basketball, class, and the white fascination with black "coolness."
WEDNESDAY: Climate change modeling suggests that the Pacific Northwest could be less affected than the rest of the country.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival's The Great Society tells the story of the metastasizing war in Vietnam that largely derailed Lyndon Johnson’s ambitious domestic agenda.
MONDAY: David Del Tredici's piano sextet Bullycide, which honors young gay men who have taken their own lives, will get its Northwest premiere in Portland at the Chamber Music Northwest Festival.
Author Peter Stark recounts John Jacob Astor's audacious but doomed plan to create a commercial fur empire in the Northwest.
TUESDAY: One longtime information technology executive, consultant, and educator says Oregon isn't investing enough in open source solutions.