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Where the teams play

Central Pennsylvania is in between several markets with major-league franchises (Washington, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburgh) and for the most part each team has an affiliate somewhere in the area. You need a scorecard to keep track! The following is a breakdown of teams and local affiliates of their radio and television networks. Further down is information about high school and college broadcasts. (Note: Information on pro teams' radio/TV affiliates was gathered from the team's web site.)

Pro franchises (radio)

Pro franchises (TV)

FOX Sports Pittsburgh is generally available on cable systems in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin and York counties. Comcast Sports Net Mid-Atlantic (formerly HTS) is generally available on all cable systems in the area. Comcast Sports Net Philadelphia is generally available on Comcast systems in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster and Lebanon counties and Blue Ridge cable in northern York County.

Local franchises

NASCAR touring series

MRN and PRN both own rights to select Winston Cup and Busch Series events. PRN owns rights to approximately 25 percent of the races amd MRN airs the rest. Football and baseball action usually pre-empts race coverage.

Penn State Blue-and-White Radio Network

Other colleges

High schools

The only thing that can rival the state's passion for the Nittany Lions is high school football, with other high school sports not too far behind. The following is a listing of stations in the six-county area that regularly cover high school sports:

All-sports stations

Stations, their affiliation and local programming highlights:
Susquehanna Valley Radio and Television