The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) is a regional sports network owned by two Major League Baseball franchises -- the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles -- and televises every available game of both teams, live and in high-definition. The network is available in a seven-state region, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Charlotte, North Carolina on 29 cable and fiber optic providers, and is televised nationally via satellite providers DirecTV and Dish Network.
Since MASN launched a full-time, 24/7 schedule in July 2006, the network has televised more than 600 professional and NCAA Division I collegiate events annually. MASN is the official cable network of Georgetown Hoyas basketball, George Mason Patriots Basketball, Big East basketball and football, Big South basketball and football, and the BB&T Classic.
Because the network is locally-owned, MASN is committed to providing the best coverage of local sports. The network televises games of local and regional collegiate programs that have not previously enjoyed regional television exposure.
MASN's Emmy award-winning coverage of the Orioles and Nationals provides maximum access to sports fans across the region. The network has been at the forefront of using in-game production enhancements including super slo-mo cameras and pitch tracking technology to enrich the viewing experience.
MASN televises every play and every game in crystal clear high definition with pre and post game shows in HD before and after every game from state of the art on-location sets at Nationals Park and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. With an All-Star broadcasting team and 24/7 online coverage of the teams at MASNsports.com, MASN is the local leader in live sports entertainment.
Currently you can find MASN on: Antietam Cable Television Inc., Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Bay Country Communications, Broadstripe, Charter Communications, Chatmoss, Comcast, Cox Communications, DirecTV, Dish Network, Easton Utilities, Fibrant, Giles Craig Communications Inc., Harron Communications L.P., Kuhn Communications Inc., NelsonClick here to find MASN on your cable or satellite system.
Cable, Mediacom Communications, MI Connections, Lumos, OpenBand, Randolph TV, RCN, Reds Cable TV, Salem TV, Spruce KNob Seneca Rocks Telephone Inc., Skybest, TriCounty Telecom, Verizon FIOS TV, WDCW-TV (Nationals) and WJZ-TV (Orioles).
Washington Nationals baseball -- MASN helps you "Be There" live and in HD during every available Nationals game each season. Nats Xtra, the exclusive pre-game and post-game show, is televised in high definition live from Nationals Park during every home game.
MASN also re-broadcasts the most recent Nationals games and televises your favorite "Nationals Classics" games throughout the year.
Baltimore Orioles baseball -- MASN carries every Orioles game, all season long, live and in HD. MASN provides maximum access to the Orioles with O's Xtra before and after every game in high definition with on-site "Game Day" sets at Oriole Park at Camden Yards during home games.
MASN lets you relive the greatest moments of the past with "Orioles Classics" and re-airs the most recent Orioles games.
NCAA Basketball -- MASN televises more than 150 NCAA basketball games each season highlighting over 13 different conferences. The official cable network of Georgetown University, George Mason University, the Big South Conference and the BB&T Classic, MASN is also home to the Big East Game of the Week and the best coach's and magazine shows throughout the region.
NCAA Football -- Each season, MASN carries 50 NCAA football games with frequent Saturday double- and triple-headers. Football action features the Big East, Big South, MAC, Patriot, Sun Belt and WAC, as well as regional favorites like Appalachian State, Liberty, Howard, Georgetown, Lafayette, North Carolina, Navy, James Madison, Marshall, West Virginia Wesleyan, Coastal Carolina, Virginia Tech, VMI and Lehigh.
The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) is a registered trade name of TCR Sports Broadcasting Holding, LLP, a regional sports network. MASN serves a 7 state area, from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Charlotte, North Carolina and including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, the District of Columbia and West Virginia.
Since at least 1981, the Orioles have had exclusive rights to the 7-state television territory. In 2004, Major League Baseball announced the relocation of the Montreal Expos to Washington, D.C. The Orioles objected to the relocation of the Expos to within 35 miles of Oriole Park in Baltimore. Among other things, the Expos/Nationals had no television territory within which to telecast its games. In today's world, no baseball franchise could viably exist without a television territory and television rights revenues. The Orioles, the Nationals and Major League Baseball all understood this reality.
The Orioles appreciated that a baseball team in the nation's capital needed to be on television and agreed to share its exclusive television territory with the Nationals. Major League Baseball and the Nationals agreed to grant to TCR (MASN) the exclusive rights to telecast all of the available Nationals games. Since MASN already had the rights to certain Orioles games in 2005 and all available Orioles games in 2007, MASN became the home of the Washington Nationals and continues to be home to Orioles telecasts.
MASN believes every fan in the region should be able to watch the Nationals and Orioles on MASN, which is why we have made fair offers to every cable and satellite distributor in the television territory. Currently you can find MASN on Antietam, Armstrong, Atlantic Broadband, Bay Country, Broadstripe, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DirecTV, Dish, Easton, Giles Craig, HarronMetrocast, KUHN, Mediacom, MI Connections, Ntelos, OpenBand, RCN, Reds Cable, Spruce Knob Seneca Rocks Telco, TriCounty Telecom, Verizon, WDCW-TV (Nationals) and WJZ-TV (Orioles).