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MLB Network / MLB Extra Innings
Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 01 August 2008 10:17
Harold ReynoldsThe upcoming MLB Network is slated to launch January 1, and with that, the largest cable channel launch in history is speeding toward its on-air date.

While some aspects of the programming and staffing are known (a Hot Stove show will be the first to air, a good amount of studio shows, classic games will initially be passed over in favor of a “classic innings” type program, and heavy use of historical archives from MLB Productions), any on-air talent has yet to be announced.

That may be changing. Word through today’s Sports Business Daily is that current former ESPN and current MLB Advanced Media and TBS analyst Harold Reynolds will be part of the on-air talent, as well as former NESN anchor, Hazel Mae.

The 24/7 MLB Network is slated to launch to 50 million television households, on the basic tier, making it accessible to anyone with cable or as part of a satellite package.

 
 
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