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PostPosted: Fri Nov 03, 2017 3:45 am 
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ESPN’s new social media policy says reporters shouldn’t break news on Twitter, should avoid social issues

ESPN's new social media policy isn't going to please everyone.

In the wake of high-profile controversies such as Jemele Hill’s tweets about President Donald Trump as a white supremacist (which drew ire from the White House and Trump himself) and tweets about a boycott of NFL sponsors (which actually got her suspended), ESPN has revised their 2011 social media policy, and done so in ways that are going to mark a drastic change for their reporters if fully enforced. ESPN president John Skipper’s memo about the policy is posted on ESPN Front Row here, and the whole policy is posted here. (Here is the 2011 one for reference.)

http://awfulannouncing.com/espn/new-esp ... olicy.html


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