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Former WNST Host Glenn Clark Launches New Sports Broadcast; After Baltimore, Dave Hill Goes West

November 13, 2014

Glenn Clark is the latest former WNST personality to start his own Internet-based local sports show, podcast, or blog.

Clark will launch a daily sports "radio show" that's available online at Nov. 17

"It's a real radio show," Clark said, even though the program won't be heard on a traditional radio station. "I don't think of it as a podcast. It will be live from 10 a.m. to noon every weekday with full imaging and call-ins."

The two-hour show also will be available as an on-demand podcast after it airs live.

"It's just like I'm picking up and taking my radio show somewhere else," said Clark, who was among the casualties of the mass firing at Towson–based sports talker WNST, 1570 AM, in August.

Since then, Clark has kept himself busy doing work at several D.C.-area stations, including all-newser WNEW and sports talker WJFK, 106.7 The Fan. He's also been calling play-by-play games for Loyola, UMBC and area high schools.

For his new show, Clark is partnering with PressBox and Gary Stein, who runs Timonium's Studio 83, where Clark will be doing his new show.

Clark says he's also been working with fellow alumni from WNST and has lined-up a number of advertisers who used to sponsor his show there.

From 2011 to August 2014, Clark hosted the afternoon show at WNST. He'd previously worked on the morning show with Drew Forrester, another former station personality who is now doing a local Baltimore-based sports show and blog via his new website.

During his six years at WNST, he also served as the station's Ravens beat reporter.

Clark will be working with Channel 2/WMAR's Kyle Ottenheimer, who will be the producer, sidekick, and phone screener for the new show.

"We've been in a hurry to get the new show launched before the Ravens' season was over," said Clark, who also plans to add a video stream of the new show by the start of the 2015 Orioles season.


At the request of the Baltimore Ravens, CBS took down postgame locker-room video of head coach John Harbaugh Nov. 8.

According to David Zurawik at The Baltimore Sun, CBS caught Harbaugh saying "what he really thinks instead of the laundered, white-washed, and totally-PR'd stuff he routinely gives to the press."

In his comments, Harbaugh reportedly used several expletives not suitable for family viewing.

"The comments made by John Harbaugh in the locker room following today's victory over the Titans were meant for Ravens players and coaches only," according to a statement from Kevin Byrne, Ravens senior vice president of public and community relations.

"The CBS-TV crew that was in the locker room was told by coach Harbaugh that it could not broadcast what he was about to say. When coach Harbaugh finished talking about various things happening around the NFL and in the AFC North, he told the crew that it could now use what he was going to say. Inexplicably, CBS-TV then aired comments coach Harbaugh specifically said were not to leave the locker room. CBS-TV immediately pulled the video and apologized to the Ravens."


Dave Hill resigned in late October from his program director post at Hearst's Baltimore radio cluster, where he oversaw the Ravens' and Orioles' flagship WBAL-AM, 1090, and active rocker WIYY, 98 Rock.

Reports says Hill is now headed to iHeartMedia's Portland, Ore., seven-station radio cluster, where he'll be vice president of programming.