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Author, President of Save America's Freedom
President: Save America’s Freedom
Former founder and President/Sundown Productions
Hosted “Freedom Line with Mike Hambrick”
Hosted “America’s Business with Mike Hambrick”
Has advised Members of Congress, executives and boards on sensitive and strategic operational and communication matters.
Mike is an experienced communications executive and veteran journalist with more than 2 decades of leadership in the broadcast, political, business communications arenas. His management experience includes, founder and President/Sundown Productions, Managing Editor, Executive producer in major market TV Newsrooms and Senior Vice President of Communications for a major Washington, DC trade association.
Mike has been a TV News Anchor in many major markets ranging from Dallas to Washington, DC. In addition, Mike has produced, hosted, and syndicated two national radio programs. “Freedom Line with Mike Hambrick” was heard in 65 markets across the country and was acclaimed by Radio America as, “an exceptional newsmagazine program and an important new voice in the defense of the rights of individuals.”
In addition to Freedom Line, Mike produced, hosted, and syndicated in 72 markets, “America’s Business with Mike Hambrick.” John Engler, former Republican governor of Michigan, President of the National Association of Manufacturers, said of America’s Business, “Too often, the mainstream media give superficial coverage of important business matters or present them in biased context. Mike puts a spotlight on the really crucial challenges facing our economy while giving equal time to opposing points of view.”
Mike has devised marketing programs to strategically position organizations and developed innovative social media strategies. Mike has advised Members of Congress, executives and boards on sensitive and strategic operational and communication matters.
From Memphis, a new political thriller by Mike Hambrick:
“J. Edgar Hoover was standing at his window looking down at Pennsylvania Ave. It was his favorite spot for thought. Clyde Tolson was sitting dutifully in front of the Director’s desk. The two men — who between them wielded more power than the President and Vice President of the United States — had been keeping tabs on King since 1955. In recent years, that effort had recently increased dramatically to include wiretaps, 24-hour surveillance and monitoring. Hoover also had some of King’s closest and most trusted members of his inner circle on the FBI payroll. They provided intelligence on King’s every move. “Clyde, I don’t think we’re getting timely intel from the folks we are paying inside the SCLC,” Hoover fumed. “The people we’re paying are closest to King. We should be getting more out of them.”
When Matt Harrison arrives in Memphis in 1966 to advance his broadcast career as a radio DJ, he finds himself inadvertently caught up in a web of intrigue that began years earlier when J. Edgar Hoover compiled his infamous “prayer list” — targeting JFK, Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy for “removal.”
Fresh from a small town in Texas, Matt’s world is turned upside down on his very first day in Memphis when he’s stopped by a redneck cop — setting off a terrifying chain of events that reaches from the highest corridors of power in Washington D.C. to the sordid world of the Dixie Mafia.
Set against the backdrop of the civil rights movement and the rich musical history of the Mississippi Delta, “Memphis” is a gripping political thriller torn from the headlines of the 1960’s when America found itself on the precipice.
Mike Hambrick is a veteran television anchor, reporter, and TV correspondent who has anchored broadcasts in major markets ranging from Dallas to Washington D.C. In addition, Mike has produced, hosted, and syndicated two national radio programs. “Freedom Line with Mike Hambrick” was heard in 65 markets across the country and was acclaimed by Radio America as, “an exceptional newsmagazine program and an important new voice in the defense of the rights of individuals.” At he Howard Stern Channels on SiriusXM, Mike was the voice of Howard 100 News.