The media gurus who are fully immersed in the industry have something to offer. Armstrong Williams, multimedia mogul, began his career as a South Carolina high-school student with an aptitude for public speaking. He went on to host a radio program and a national TV show.The Right Side With Armstrong Williams

The 51-year old entrepreneur has shown no signs of slowing down. His early PR work evolved into a passion for broadcasting and he is now a regular conservative columnist in publications like Newsmax or the Washington Times.

Williams is often invited to comment on guest shows such as MSNBC and Washington Watch. He has also been invited by networks like Sky News, Sky News, C-SPAN and Joy Behar. “Say Anything.”

The Washington Post describes the radio host in this way: “one of the most recognized conservative voices in America.”He is also provocative and doesn’t believe that partisan politics are possible.

“Although my fundamental values haven’t changed, my perspective has broadened. Above all, I do not delve into partisan politics,”Williams says he’s always ready to confront legislators.

Williams is intimately familiar with Washington’s political climate. “public policy is inherently grey,”But his expertise goes beyond politics.

Williams has been a host on radio and television, including his daily 6-7pm ET Sirius 128 Live broadcast. This solidified Williams’ position as an assertive political analysis. Now, Williams wants to run entire stations.

Williams has twenty-years of experience in entertainment programming and public affairs. Sinclair Broadcast Group assisted his company Howard Stirk Holdings, LLC to acquire two full-powered broadcasters, NBC 25WEYI, Flint, Mich., as well as CW WWMB 25 Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Williams’ venture emerged out of a larger deal in Sinclair’s acquisition of assets from 18 TV stations. This further solidified Sinclair’s status as America’s largest independent TV station owner. Williams’ longstanding experience with Sinclair demonstrates that he has a solid background in programming, advertising, as well as producing prime-time specials.

“[The] announcement fulfills a lifelong dream to own and operate broadcast facilities and give back to an industry that I love,”Williams said. “Many in the industry talk about diversity and expanding opportunity, but here the Sinclair Broadcast Group is putting words into action.”

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