Stanley Stub Hubbard
1933 (age 85–86)
|Residence||Saint Paul, Minnesota, US|
|Alma mater||University of Minnesota|
|Net worth||US$2.1 billion (September 2015)|
|Title||Chairman and CEO, Hubbard Broadcasting|
|Parent(s)||Stanley Eugene Hubbard|
Stanley Stub Hubbard (born 1933) is an American billionaire heir and businessman. He is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Hubbard Broadcasting, founded by his father. Much of his fortune was earned through the operations of family-owned media holdings which include dozens of radio and television stations in the US. He was also the founder of United States Satellite Broadcasting, a forerunner to Direct TV, which absorbed USSB in 1998.
Hubbard started working for Hubbard Broadcasting in 1951, became president in 1967, and became chairman and CEO in 1983.
As of September 2015, he had a net worth of US$2.1 billion.
Hubbard is a prolific Republican and Libertarian donor. Hubbard made political contributions to Scott Walker's presidential campaign in 2015. Hubbard also donated money to Our Principles PAC, a Super PAC dedicated to stopping the presidential nomination of Donald Trump, but then donated to Trump-aligned Super PACs after Trump became the presumptive nominee.
Hubbard is married to Karen. They have five children and live in St Paul, Minnesota. Their children are Kathryn Rominski, Stanley E. Hubbard, Virginia Morris, Robert W. Hubbard, and Julia Hubbard Coyte.
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