Victor Miller, a native of White Sulphur Springs, Montana, began his broadcasting career in 1953 as an announcer for KOOK radio in Billings. After distinguished coverage of the 1959 Lake Hebgen earthquake,
Miller moved to KOOK-TV, now KTVQ, as an announcer and reporter. He then became operations manager, and then served as the station's general manager for 18 years.
However, Vic Miller is best known for nearly 600 commentaries he has delivered on the news and on the lighter side of day-to-day life. His primary approach to TV commentary is governed by a letter he once received from a Wyoming viewer confined to a nursing home: "Every week you bring some humor into my life, and there isn't a great deal of humor in my life."