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Albert Milliron is the founder of Iron Mill Interactive Media. Milliron has been credentialed by most major news networks for Presidential debates and major Political Parties for political event coverage. Albert maintains relationships with the White House and State Department to provide direct reporting from the Administration’s Press team. Albert is the former Public Relations Chairman of the Columbia County Republican Party in Georgia. He is a former Delegate.

Milliron began his media career in 1981 as a radio personality. Prior he worked in the music business working in various capacities including record promotion, handling national music acts and recording engineering.

He is a veteran of the US Army Medical Department and the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Psychiatry. He received Commendation for Operation Desert Storm, Held a Professional Clinical Certification. Milliron maintained proficiency in Combat Psychiatry, Clinical Research, and Emergency Mental Health.

Albert is a published researcher with expertise in Seasonal Affective Disorder, Combat Psychiatry, and Addiction . His research is quoted and referenced in hundreds of medical journals.

Milliron makes himself available for Media interviews, but for the most part, he is seen in the Spin-Rooms and Press Filing centers during Election season. While not covering Politics, he enjoys his Amateur radio Hobby call-sign AL7KT


Albert N. Milliron appears in 'Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism' By Stanley Kurtz
Albert N. Milliron appears in 'Debacle: Obama's War on Jobs and Growth' By Grover Glenn Norquist, John R. Lott
Albert N. Milliron appears in 'Neuroendocrine Correlates of Sleep/Wakefulness' By Daniel P. Cardinali
Politsite appears in 'Moral Tribes: Emotion, Reason and the Gap Between Us and Them' by Joshua Greene
Politisite appears in 'Cuba Under Siege: American Policy, the Revolution and Its People' by Keith Bolender
Arctic Med Res. 1994 Jan;53(1):25-34. Diurnal and seasonal rhythms of melatonin, cortisol and testosterone in interior Alaska.