Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams

Armstrong Williams is a political commentator, author, entrepreneur and founder of Howard Strirk Holdings, which creates multifarious content relative to politics, entertainment and topics of social and cultural relevance. With seven television stations as subsidiaries and plans for growth, the Federal Communications Committee designates Armstrong Williams the largest minority owner of broadcast television stations in the United States.

Williams is a partner in Chateau Eze Hotel in the South of France in addition to real estate holdings throughout the U.S. He also holds a live radio show Monday-Friday on Sirius XM and hosts a national broadcast network TV show on Sinclair Broadcast Group and Howard Stirk Holdings affiliates. Williams was the business manager and current advisor to world-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin Carson.

In 2016, Armstrong Williams was recognized by the Multicultural Media Correspondents as their Media Owner of the Year. Armstrong Williams is also warmly recognized for starting the Howard Stirk Holdings Media Fellows and D.C. Opportunity Media Scholarship. He donated $250,000.00 to his alma mater South Carolina State University in March, 2017.

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