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CSN Mid-Atlantic Not Renewing Media-Rights Deal With Ravens After Seven Years

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 20 / 17

The Ravens and CSN Mid-Atlantic will not renew their media-rights deal, which has seen the RSN produce pre- and postgame shows and some preseason games for the team. The Ravens and CSN Mid-Atlantic rights deal goes back to ’10. The Baltimore Sun first reported the decision. In an emailed state...

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