Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Tough Choices

Bob Carpenter and Ray Knight on MASN or...

Gary Thorne and Jim Palmer on MASN2?

MASN2 it is... sigh.


  • I loved Gary Thorne with the Mets years ago, but can't you at least put the radio on and mute MASN?

    By Blogger Skedeebs, at 6/12/2007 7:46 PM  

  • My apologies. Knight has been horrid.

    By Blogger Skedeebs, at 6/12/2007 9:52 PM  

  • So i guess being the Nats main TV announcers is just part-time work this year? I think the last three Nats games i've watched on TV have been missing either Carpenter or Sutton. Is this organization currently being held together by duct tape, or what?

    "Ehh, ya know what, Bob, i'm in the Hall of Fame, i'm gonna take Tuesday off, and maybe the weekend, too."

    "Yeah, Don, i was thinking of going to see 'Oceans 13' this Thursday, i think i'll call out."


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6/13/2007 12:04 AM  

  • Maybe its RCN, or maybe it's just my building, but MASN2 was coming in a LOT clearer than MASN last night.

    By Anonymous steve, at 6/13/2007 9:44 AM  

  • They alternate between fuzzy and somewhat clear. And more often than not, they seem full of static.

    Once a game, it seems like it blacks out for a few seconds, and I get a "weak signal" message at the top of the screen, even though every other channel is working.

    By Blogger Chris Needham, at 6/13/2007 9:47 AM  

  • I e-mailed MASN about picture and audio issues a while back and got a bullshit response:

    Thank you for contacting MASN and bringing this technical issue to our attention.

    MASN is currently being carried by seventeen cable and satellite providers throughout the mid-Atlantic region. Some of these carriers have experienced technical problems during their first weeks of carrying MASN. These problems have included transmission problems, audio and or video problems, and even the lack of carriage.

    As we have become aware of these technical problems, MASN has immediately contacted the providers to get them to rectify the problems immediately.

    We regret any inconvenience that the technical difficulties of a provider may have caused you. We hope and expect that any problems will be rectified immediately.

    Again, thank you for your interest in MASN.


    The MASN team

    Oh, so it's someone else's fault?

    By Blogger Rocket1124, at 6/13/2007 1:56 PM  

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