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The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network launched on April 4, 2005.
The family of Lerner Enterprises founder Ted Lerner subsequently became part-owners in MASN after their purchase of the Washington Nationals in July 2006.
MASN also produces over-the-air television broadcasts of Nationals and Orioles games for television stations in their respective primary markets – producing Nationals games seen on CBS affiliate WUSA-TV (channel 9) in Washington, and Orioles games seen on CBS owned-and-operated station WJZ-TV (channel 13) in Baltimore, which are shown on MASN elsewhere within the network's broadcast area.
MASN's broadcasting relationship with the Ravens ended after the 2009 NFL season.
The network televises 275 collegiate sporting events each year from NCAA Division I teams in football, basketball and lacrosse.
The network also has a companion channel MASN2 that airs overflow games in order to accommodate both baseball teams' schedules.
In September 2013, MASN2 became an affiliate of Fox Sports Networks, although select FSN-produced ACC games air on CSN Mid-Atlantic instead, and ESPNews still airs during overnight hours MASNHD is a high definition simulcast feed of MASN, which broadcasts in the 1080i resolution format.