Washington Nationals Radio Network

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The Washington Nationals radio network is a United States radio network airing Washington Nationals baseball games in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. The Washington Nationals Radio Network consists of 14 stations 11 (A.M., 3 F.M.) as well as 2 F.M. translators and 3 F.M. HD subchannels.[1] The flagship is WJFK-FM/106.7.

The Nationals' broadcast team consists of play-by-play announcer Charlie Slowes & color announcer Dave Jageler. Additionally, Byron Kerr hosts "Nats Insider" & Phil Wood hosts "Nats Talk Live".[2]

Network stations[edit]

Flagship[edit]

Affiliates (stations)[edit]

Maryland (4 stations + 1 HD subchannel)[edit]

North Carolina (1 station + 1 translator)[edit]

  • WNOS/1450: New Bern
  • W290CB/105.9: New Bern (Rebroadcasts WNOS; application to move to Wintersville)

Virginia (6 stations + 2 HD subchannels + 1 translator)[edit]

Washington, D.C. (1 station + 1 HD subchannel)[edit]

  • WFED/1500 (also on HD Radio) (Class A station providing extended coverage at night on the eastern seaboard).
  • WTOP-FM/103.5 HD2

West Virginia (1 station + 1 translator)[edit]

Former flagships (1 station)[edit]

WTOP/1500: Washington, D.C. (later WTWP & WFED) (2005-2011)

Former affiliates (stations)[edit]

References[edit]

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