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MASN Partners with National Association on Mental Illness

MASN, the television home of the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals, has teamed up with the National Association on Mental Illness (NAMI) to raise awareness about mental health issues throughout the mid-Atlantic region. On Saturday, May 1st, MASN will help to support the annual Campaign for the Mind of America NAMI Walk at Druid Hill Park in Baltimore. Throughout the week, MASN will promote NAMI

Baseball Media Veteran Jennifer Royle Joins MASN and CBS Radio

MASN, the local leader in live sports entertainment, and Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan (WJZ-FM Radio) announced that Jen Royle has joined the networks as a television and online contributor for the 2010 season. Royle will write a blog for MASNsports.com, host interviews for MASN's exclusive player, manager and team executive blogs and host features on pre and post game shows. In addition to her

Johnny Holliday Named Influential Marylander

MASN broadcaster Johnny Holliday has been recognized by The Maryland Daily Record as an 'Influential Marylander' in the newspaper's fourth annual list honoring local residents for accomplishments and service. The publication chose sixty Marylanders for the impressive honor. Holliday and the other recipients will be formally feted at a ceremony on April 21st at the Grand Lodge in Cockeysville, Md. Johnny Holliday is in his

Orioles Programming Note for Saturday, April 17th

Due to Major League Baseball's national broadcast restrictions, the Baltimore Orioles 4:00 p.m. ET game in Oakland on Saturday afternoon cannot be televised by MASN.  Major League Baseball's agreements with national television networks forbid any regional network from broadcasting any Major League Baseball game during the window reserved for nationally televised baseball games.  According to MLB's website: Due to Major League Baseball exclusivities,

Opening Week Ratings

A good week for O's and Nats fans. As fans flocked to the stadiums to welcome back the baseball season, both teams set records for stadium attendance. Both teams also earned much-improved television ratings over the first week of the 2010 season. Nielsen ratings for the Nationals opener April 3, were three times greater than in 2009, despite the fact it was a day game

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