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Glenn Clark starts new online sports talk show Monday

Glenn Clark with actress Jennifer Garner on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLVIII in New York. Feb. 2, 2014.
Glenn Clark with actress Jennifer Garner on Radio Row at Super Bowl XLVIII in New York. Feb. 2, 2014.(Courtesy of Glenn Clark)

Sports talk host Glenn Clark, who was fired earlier this year in the downsizing at radio station WNST, is starting a new daily online show Monday at 10 a.m.

"We're going to do two hours of streaming every day at PressBoxOnline.com," Clark said. "And they've started a new website for me as well, GlennClarkRadio.com."

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Listeners will find his new morning show by going to either of those sites, according to Clark.

"We are excited to be adding GlennClarkRadio.com to our stable of sports media properties," John Coulson, managing partner of PressBox, wrote in an email to the Sun.

"The world of streaming 'radio' broadcasts is growing rapidly as people get more and more of their information online, especially through their mobile devices," he added.  "Glenn's background as a sports talk host, with an in-place following, makes him the ideal talent to be successful with a daily live streaming broadcast."

PressBox is "an 8 1/2 year old sports media company dedicated to publishing original sports information across all available media platforms," according to Coulson.

"At this point, we publish a monthly magazine, operate and partner with seven Baltimore and DC area websites, host a weekly radio show on 105.7 the Fan and produce a 30-minute weekly sports TV show on ABC-2, hosted by PressBox's founder, Stan 'The Fan' Charles," he wrote.

Clark said that Paul Kopelke and Ashley Bishoff, who were fired with him at WNST, have been "instrumental" in helping him develop the new show.

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