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Cable television consultant

Miles Harvard Overholt, American cable television consultant. Decorated Bronze Star, Purple Heart (two). member president's Executive Committee General Time Corporation, Mesa, Arizona, 1970-1978; Served with United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1946.; Member National Association television Officers and Advisors.

Background

Overholt, Miles Harvard was born on September 30, 1921 in Glendale, California, United States. Son of Miles Harvard and Alma Overholt.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard College, 1943.

Career

Marketing analyst Dun & Bradstreet, Philadelphia, 1947—1948. Collection manager Standard Oil of California, Los Angeles, 1948—1953. Branch manager Radio Corporation of America Service Company, Philadelphia, 1953—1963.

Operations manager Classified Aerospace Project Radio Corporation of America, Riverton, 1963. President CPS, Inc., Paoli, Pennsylvania, 1964—1967. General manager, director service Talley Industries, Mesa, 1967—1968.

Vice president General Time Corporation, member president's executive committee Mesa, 1970—1978. Vice president, general manager Northwest Entertainment Network, Inc., Seattle, 1979—1981. Vice president, director Cable Communications Consultant, since 1982, municipal cable consultant, since 1981.

Public The Municipal Cable Regulator. Served with research United States Marine Corps.

Membership

Member president's Executive Committee General Time Corporation, Mesa, Arizona, 1970-1978. Served with United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1943-1946. Member National Association television Officers and Advisors.

Connections

Married Jessie Foster, September 18, 1947. Children: Miles Harvard, Keith Foster.

father:
Miles Harvard

mother:
Alma Overholt

spouse:
Jessie Foster

children:
Keith Foster Overholt

Miles Harvard Overholt