Thursday, February 2, 2023
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How does the world of sports watch the games?

John Ourand of Sports Business Journal joins Nestor to discuss future of cable TV and way we watch. If you love sports, it’s hard to unbundle and here’s why…

The state of sports and money and media rights as pandemic takes its toll

Media insider John Ourand of Sports Business Journal takes Nestor on a post COVID tour of the money of sports and how the NFL is winning the battle.

After that delicious Thanksgiving dinner, you gotta get up and move!

Let our local Planet Fitness fitness guru and internet sensation from Poly tell you how to start moving past the gravy and mashed potatoes on Black Friday and beyond the holiday cookies and leftovers.

Greatest Ravens by jersey number (1-20)

With Sports Illustrated releasing its list of all-time best NFL players by jersey number this week, I decided to look back at the 15-year history of the Baltimore Ravens to construct a list of the greatest players for Nos....

5 W’s and 1 H

The first half is in the books, and the Orioles are right where most of us thought they would be---last place and out of contention. While it's certainly been frustrating watching the Orioles' inconsistent play, the club has also provided...

5 W's and 1 H

The first half is in the books, and the Orioles are right where most of us thought they would be---last place and out of contention. While it's certainly been frustrating watching the Orioles' inconsistent play, the club has also provided...

The beauty of Earl Weaver in midsummer

I had a long conversation with an old friend about Earl Weaver earlier today. We talked about the you tube classics -- the argument with Tom Haller and the "off the record" Coaches Corner with Tom Marr, which I've...

It’s official: WNST has become YOUR Baltimore news source

If you are perusing WNST.net today and say "something looks different" then we've done our job here on the World Wide Web. As you can see in the grey bar above, we've become a full-service website with AP news,...

So…just how many people come to WNST.net every day for Baltimore sports?

Every day someone comes up to me on the streets of Baltimore and tells me that I should “turn up the signal” on AM 1570. That’s been going on since May 1998 when I first got involved in purchasing...
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