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Baltimore Rex is building new ways to follow the news and find the good stuff in Baltimore. There’s already an ecosystem of great stories and important journalism being produced around the city, but it’s not always easy to keep on top of it all. Most local media don’t put the digital audience first – with poorly-designed websites and crappy ads that just don’t work. Baltimore deserves better online experiences, built from scratch for the way people get information now.
Our weekday news summary is the first Baltimore Rex product – a daily newsletter that sums up the most important, interesting news of the day, delivered in a format that’s fun and easy to read, with links to the best articles for those who want to dive deeper. It’s for people that want a quick way to stay up-to-date, without having to make sense of a busy news homepage or having to stay plugged into social media all day.
The newsletter is just the start – there are more tools, features and apps on the way!
Who is this?
Hi, I’m Daric Snyder, the founder of Baltimore Rex. I’m doing this to solve problems in finding the best local information online. I’ve worked as a web developer, designer, educator, and journalist. I want to make Baltimore a better place to live, and to help local journalists, creators, and businesses reach the right online audience. Say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!