Baltimore's best sports media company covering the Ravens, Orioles, Terps, Caps and more every day. WNST originally began in May 1998 as a dream come true for local sports talk show, “Nasty” Nestor Aparicio, who began his radio career on December 13, 1991, when he was asked by current Fox TV legend Kenny Albert to co-host a show on WITH-AM 1230. The radio station launched as “The Station With Balls,” Baltimore’s first and only all-sports radio station on Aug. 1, 1998. After 14 months on the air, Aparicio lost his lease on Oct. 1, 1999, and was evicted from WNST AM 1570 for almost a year but on Sept. 10, 2000, Aparicio and a group of local partners purchased WNST-AM 1570 outright and have been in control ever since. In August 2008, Aparicio brought together another group of local business owners led by former Ravens Super Bowl-winning head coach Brian Billick to buy out Nasty 1570 Sports LLC to form WNST Sports Media, which combines the brand of the radio station into a full service, around the world website at WNST.net. The staff of WNST are all true Baltimoreans, giving a perspective that none of the other local media outlets could possibly have. Memories of the old Orioles, the Colts, 33rd Street — not to mention the innate passion for Baltimore and for Maryland that only true fans can have.

WNST-- We never stop talking Baltimore Sports.

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    Publisher: We Never Stop Talking Baltimore Sports
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    WNST began as a dream come true for local sports talk show personality "Nasty" Nestor Aparicio. He began his radio career on December 13, 1991, when he was asked by Kenny Albert to co-host a show on WITH-AM 1230. We Never Stop Talking Baltimore sports… WNST LAUNCHES ON AUGUST 3, 1998 As Baltimore’s first all-sports radio station, WNST launched in August of 1998. By Sept. 10, 2000, Aparicio and a group of local investors purchased WNST-AM 1570 outright. The on-air staff of WNST are all true Baltimoreans, giving fans a perspective that none of the other local media outlets could possibly duplicate. Memories of the old Orioles, the Colts, 33rd Street, not to mention the ongoing and innate passion for Baltimore and for Maryland that only true fans can have. As a result, WNST has over 13 years of building loyalty with local sports fans. With the largest sports staff in Baltimore, WNST has created an online virtual resource that leads the web for the Baltimore sports enthusiast.
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