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Advertising executive

Fred Barry Tarter, American advertising executive.


Tarter, Fred Barry was born on August 16, 1943 in Brooklyn. Son of Irving and Edna (Kupferberg) Tarter.


Attended, City College of New York, 1962—1968.


President Jamie Publication Hootenanny Enterprises, Inc., 1962-1965. Merchandise director Longines Symphonette Society, 1965-1967. With Universal Communications, Incorporated, New York York City, since 1967, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1969-1974.

Chief Executive Officer Screenvision Cinema Network, 1972—2000. Executive vice president Deerfield Communications, Incorporated, New York York City, 1974-1987, president, Chief Executive Officer, 1977-1988, president, 1988—1989. Public S.E.W. magazine, 1977-1988.

President The Rainbow Group Ltd., since 1988. Chairman Stagebill Magazine, 1997-2001. President, Chief Executive Officer The Lakeside Group of Company, since 2001.

Executive producer Joanne Carson's Very Important Person's Miss American Teenager Pageant, 1972—1973. Producer Marriage Counselor, 1994, Spenser: Pale Kings & Princes, 1995, Spenser: A Savage Place, 1995, Spenser Judas Goat, 1995, Hearts Adrift, 1995, Ceremony, 1996, Wounded Heart, 1996, Reasons of the Heart, 1996, Lover's Leap, 1996. Chairman Stagebill Enterprises, LLC, 1997—2001.

Vice-chairman Affinity Communications, Inc., 1997—2001, Inscap, LLC. President, Chief Executive Officer The Telephone Сompany LLC, 1999—2003. President The Programme Exchange, United Kingdom Ltd.

Board director Boardwalk Entertainment, Ltd., Lakeside Group, Inc., Cinema Events, LLC, Money Mailer LLC.


Married Lois; children: Scott Andrew, Heather Michelle, Megan Elizabeth.

Irving Tarter

Edna (Kupferberg) Tarter


Scott Andrew Tarter

Heather Michelle Tarter

Megan Elizabeth Tarter