Fishing & Hunting Magazine distributed around the Chesapeake Bay and along it's tributaries
and at tournaments, fishing shows, and boat shows on the Bay and New York, New Jersey,
Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and North
Carolina. We have a readership of over 90,000 magazines monthly.
This outstanding lifestyle magazine has become the ultimate guide for life in and
around the Chesapeake Bay region. From regional travel, historical spotlights, food,
recipes, calendar of events and more, Chesapeake Life is the magazine that reflects
the diversity of the people and region. With its unique voice, Chesapeake Life publishes
seven times a year (bimonthly plus December), and captures the essence of what it
is like to live, work and play in one of the country’s most beautiful watershed areas.
Chesapeake Style is an award winning colorful classy magazine serving folks in the
Chesapeake Bay Region. It began as an idea in early 1998, and burst forth in full
glory and color with the Premier issue the following August, 1998.
With so many great Eastern Shore golf stories, it is our mission to cover those stories
and bring them to you on a bi-monthly basis. Each issue will also feature local PGA
Professionals, Assistant Pros, Course Superintendents, High School Stand-outs, Senior
Members of the Golf Community, and our Service With a Smile section.
Edible Chesapeake is the only publication that exclusively celebrates the abundance
of local and seasonal foods in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. We celebrate family
farmers, fishermen, food artisans, chefs, and other food-related businesses, as well
as the consumers, home cooks and restaurant-goers who support them in Maryland, Washington,
DC, Virginia and parts of Pennsylvania.
PropTalk is an Annapolis-based monthly magazine devoted to the Chesapeake Bay powerboating
community. The magazine is produced and is distributed for free at more than 840
locations throughout Chesapeake Country.
“ReachFM Christian Radio Network” The ReachFM Radio Network broadcasts from Christiana,
Delaware and operates 24 separate frequencies reaching 11 states. The station can
be heard locally via a low watt transmitter located south of the town of Trappe on
“100% Pure Country” Country Music Station with studios in Cambridge, MD and broadcasting
from Hurlock, MD. WAAI plays the latest Country hits and your all time favorites
along with news, weather, and sports.