State of Baltimore Sports Media Fall 2010 Update: WNST.net continues to grow beyond radio and into web dominance

October 25, 2010 | Nestor Aparicio

and a firm grip on a game plan for our evolution as the web evolves and your mobile experience grows.

Here it is:

To fully realize the potential of the vast audience our brand has acquired in Maryland over the past 17 years, WNST.net will be the dominant, honest voice in Maryland media by providing the “real” content of what’s happening in sports in our area and we will bring it to your mobile device in real time.

We will deal with all members in our web community and sponsorship partnerships with charity, benevolence, dignity and in the effort to educate and help sports fans in Baltimore better understand the big picture of sports so they can enjoy it even more.

We will be an advocate of all things Baltimore and Baltimore sports while keeping a keen “21stCentury-oriented” media approach to build a bridge between sports and its fans through our website, broadcasts and community activism.

Integrity and accuracy will be our calling card.

We will:

Educate fans

Serve our community

Promote Baltimore

Promote sports and how it shapes young people’s lives

Promote and support charitable endeavors

Help others make their businesses stronger via integrity-based marketing which will strengthen our community

Show Baltimore that we care as much about our hometown and our local sports as much as they do

Recognize that profitability is the key to survival for our partners, employees and sponsors

We’re here to promote all that is good and right about Baltimore sports and to fix some of it we have to shout out about the stench from time to time.

For this, I’m roundly vilified by some members of the community while being privately cheered by others who are too cowardly or helpless to scream bloody murder

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