Michael D. Armstrong knows not to make assumptions about local markets. Instead, he focuses on what they reveal and uses that insight to fuel new opportunities.
Exposing new markets to innovative American entertainment and building international relationships are passions for Michael D. Armstrong, the executive vice president of worldwide television licensing and operations at Paramount Pictures. Early in his career, Michael selected Booth's Evening MBA Program to develop a more solid foundation and support his advancement within Viacom. At Booth, he was able to sustain his career momentum while building on his skills and expanding his network. His experience continues to be instrumental to his continued success navigating the inherent risks in a rapidly changing industry. “We can redesign our business approach market by market and around the world to meet the needs of where the consumer is and where they are going.”
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