New season brings new baseball show to MASN

New season brings new baseball show to MASN
With the start of a new baseball season, MASN is expanding its coverage of the Orioles and Nationals. The network that brings you 324 game telecasts of two teams in six states now adds "The Mid-Atlantic Sports Report," a new 90-minute show each weekday at 5 p.m. The show makes its debut Thursday after the Nationals game and the "Nats Xtra" postgame telecast. Veteran broadcaster Tom Davis, who has been with MASN since its start in 2007, will host the show and will be joined by Dave...
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MASN to debut "The Mid-Atlantic Sports Report" on March 31 at 5 p.m.

MASN to debut "The Mid-Atlantic Sports Report" on March 31 at 5 p.m.
MASN, the television home of the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, will premiere a new baseball-centric program, "The Mid-Atlantic Sports Report" on Thursday, March 31 at 5 p.m. The 90-minute show, which will air Monday through Friday, will feature a panel of four renowned baseball experts who will discuss news from the Nationals, Orioles and Major League Baseball. Panelists will include Tom Davis, Dave Johnson, Phil Wood and Mel Antonen. Davis enters his 40th year as a...
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MASN announces spring training broadcast schedule, will televise "NatsFest 2011"

MASN announces spring training broadcast schedule, will televise "NatsFest 2011"
MASN, the television home of the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, has announced its 2011 spring training schedule. The network will televise 10 spring training games - five for each team - and all will appear on MASN's dedicated high-definition channel, MASN HD. Kicking off the baseball season on MASN HD, the Nationals will face the Atlanta Braves on March 6 in Viera, Florida. MASN's preseason Nationals schedule will include four other games from Space Coast Stadium, the team's...
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MASN statement regarding "The Scott Garceau Show"

MASN statement regarding "The Scott Garceau Show"
MASN is changing its afternoon programming schedule and will no longer be televising a simulcast of 105.7 FM's "The Scott Garceau Show." While MASN has enjoyed its various programming collaborations with 105.7 FM dating to 2006, MASN is making this change to accommodate significant changes to its weekday afternoon lineup. In the coming weeks, MASN will make an announcement about this new and original, live and local, baseball-driven programming. For more information about our exciting,...
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