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List Of Washington Nationals Broadcasters - Television - Broadcast Outlets
... MASN acquired the television rights for almost all Nationals games ... However, MASN was not available to most people in the Nationals broadcast area for nearly all of the first 2 seasons in DC ... In 2006, MASN continued to televise Nationals games ...
John Angelos - MASN
... Angelos led the launch of MASN as a full-time network in 2005 ... MASN is now available on basic cable, satellite, and telecom systems to 18 million viewers throughout Maryland, Virginia, Washington D.C ... At MASN, Angelos negotiated dozens of carriage agreements throughout the territory and oversaw carriage-related public affairs, government relations and supporting litigation at FCC and Appellate Court ...
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network - Controversy and Lawsuits - Time Warner Cable
... North Carolina does not currently carry MASN as part of their basic cable package ... arbitrator from the FCC ordered TWC to place MASN on its North Carolina cable systems, citing an argument that Time Warner was not carrying MASN in an effort to protect its own sports network ... On October 30, 2008, the FCC's Media Bureau ordered TWC to launch MASN on the analog tier of its North Carolina systems within 30 days, denying all of ...
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network - Controversy and Lawsuits - Comcast
... When MASN received the rights to broadcast Nationals games on MASN, Comcast's wholly own subsidiary, CSN-Mid Atlantic, sued the Baltimore Orioles seeking enforcement of a clause in its contract ... MASN and the Orioles, however, claimed that MASN is a trade name for TCR Sports Broadcasting Holding, established in 1996 to sell all of the Orioles TV ... Because of this the Orioles and MASN claimed to be simply bringing their rights in-house ...
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network - Alleged Orioles Bias
... Since the Baltimore Orioles are the majority owners of MASN, some, including Washington Post columnist Marc Fisher, have accused the network of a bias in favor of the ... Fisher alleges that the Orioles are using MASN to discourage the growth of the Nationals fanbase and to maintain Orioles dominance of the greater Baltimore-Washington area ... MASN has dismissed these claims, arguing that the viability of the network depends on the success of both franchises ...