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Glenn Clark Radio on the air

Glenn Clark

In 2014, Baltimore sports media veteran Glenn Clark joined forces with PressBox to launch Glenn Clark Radio, airing live Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-noon here at GlennClarkRadio.com and via PressBox’s Facebook page (facebook.com/PressBoxSports).

In addition to the daily talk show, he serves as PressBox’s director of digital programming, and you can read his columns in print and at PressBoxOnline.com. He also serves as a play-by-play voice locally for Loyola University and Stevenson University.

Clark’s past experience includes roughly a decade spent in local, regional and national radio between WNST, 105.7 The Fan, NewsRadio 99.1, CBS Sports Radio 1300, SiriusXM and 106.7 The Fan in DC. His most memorable moments include having Ralph Friedgen tell him he had “burned [his] diploma” from Maryland and being partially responsible for the “is Joe Flacco elite” phenomenon when Flacco told him he was the best quarterback in the NFL. He wholeheartedly apologizes.

A father of two boys, Clark is a native of Columbia and attended Perry Hall High School, UMBC and the University of Maryland. He attempts to take a pragmatic approach to covering Baltimore sports, but if you happen to tune in on a day that ends in “y” you may just hear him lose his mind.


Paul Valle

A graduate of Towson University, Paul Valle has been working in or around Baltimore sports since 2013. Paul got his start as a writer for Eutaw Street Report before moving on to the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network as a cameraman, production assistant and floor director. Realizing he wanted to be in front of the camera rather than behind it, Paul started a YouTube show from his home called “The Payoff Pitch,” which would eventually become a podcast for Fanimal Radio. It was on this podcast where Paul met Glenn Clark, and it wasn’t long before Glenn and Stan “The Fan” Charles appointed him the new producer of PressBox’s “The Bat Around.” After a few months at the helm and a pandemic sprinkled in, Paul was named the host of The Bat Around, a role he still fills to this day. With Kyle’s departure from GCR and a timely text message from Paul to Glenn, a pairing years in the making was formed and a new era of Glenn Clark Radio began.