In case you need any more evidence that the Baltimore Ravens' influence is growing locally, Comcast SportsNet is moving Washington Post Live back from the 5 p.m. slot to 10:30 p.m. to make room for Ravens programming. Dan Steinberg has all the details here.
UPDATE: In an e-mail to SB Nation D.C., senior director of communications Brian Potter clarifies the arrangement. His remarks are below the jump.
The new lineup is intending to provide Washington Post Live with a great prime-time "live" timeslot, so it can be more relevant postgame and give the network a full two hours of live programming after Capitals and Wizards games. As you know, it has been airing then since January, but mostly as re-airs of the 5 p.m. It will now re-air at 12:30 p.m. instead.
We aired the Ravens shows last year, just at 4:30 p.m., so it isnt a huge change for that airing.