About MLB Network

MLB Network launched on January 1, 2009 in a record-setting 50 million homes.

MLB Network is the ultimate television destination for baseball fans, featuring the multiple Emmy Award-winning "MLB Tonight," live regular season and Postseason game telecasts, original programming, highlights, and insights and analysis from the best in the business, including Bob Costas, Peter Gammons, Jim Kaat, Al Leiter and Harold Reynolds.

MLB Network is located at One MLB Network Plaza, Secaucus, N.J., 07094.

Studio 3

Named to honor Babe Ruth, Studio 3 is the primary home of the MLB Network's signature live nightly studio show "MLB Tonight," along with "The Rundown," "MLB Now," "Quick Pitch," and "Clubhouse Confidential". Measuring 5,600 square feet, Studio 3 features 62 video displays, including a 30x7-foot rear projection screen, 108" and 103" monitors.

The studio features a desk that can rotate to various stations and includes six distinct broadcast areas, including a social media hub, stat center, and interview area. The ceiling is ringed by backlit logos of all 30 MLB teams and the entire studio features lighting that can be altered to give it the feel of day or night.

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Studio 42

Named to honor Jackie Robinson, Studio 42 measures 9,600 square feet, and is home of the interview series "Studio 42 with Bob Costas," as well as "Intentional Talk" and "Diamond Demo" segments. Since 2009, Studio 42 has hosted the MLB First-Year Player Draft.

Studio 42 is designed to be a replica baseball field, featuring a half-scale infield made of field turf and a pitcher's mound 30 feet from home plate that can be moved back for more realistic demonstrations. The studio also features a replica outfield wall, with padding, brick designs and an out-of-town scoreboard modeled after the scoreboard at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, which will be updated in real-time.

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Studio K

Named after the letter baseball fans use to indicate a strikeout, Studio K is the home of MLB Network's live morning show, Hot Stove.

The studio uses three robotic cameras, with the ability to dolly, elevate, pan left and right, tilt up and down, zoom and focus all through an operator in the control room.

The studio also features green lighting technology, including having all 70 lighting fixtures operated from two standard household circuits.

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Programming

MLB Network launched on January 1, 2009 at 6 p.m. EST with the debut episode of Hot Stove, followed by the original broadcast of Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.

MLB Network's live game coverage includes approximately 150 regular season games, two exclusive League Division Series game telecasts, more than 150 Spring Training games, and other special event game telecasts.

MLB Tonight™ airs year-round, including seven days per week during the regular season with live look-ins at games in progress, news, interviews, highlights and analysis.

Distribution

MLB Network is broadly distributed across cable, telco and satellite systems on expanded digital basic cable or the equivalent. MLB Network is availble on major systems including Comcast, Cox, DirecTV, Time Warner, Charter, Cablevision, Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-verse and Dish Network.

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