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The Root 100 honoree Michael Smith breaks down what people really mean when they tell him and his co-host, Jemele Hill, to "stick to sports." Watch above. [Read More]
Former ESPN great Dan Patrick recently noted that Jemele Hill is lucky to have kept her job after a string of disturbing social media posts. [Read More]
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill react to Ezekiel Elliott withdrawing his appeal of a six-game suspension and wonder whether the legal process has been productive in Elliott's case. [Read More]
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"Attitude like this is a step backwards..." [Read More]
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Dan Patrick discusses his "beef" with Ice Cube, the Jemele Hill suspension, receiving an acting co-sign from Adam Sandler, his legacy at ESPN, and more... [Read More]
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Very odd for a supposed white supremacist... [Read More]
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Part of what is ignored about ESPN spokesperson Jemele Hill's set of tweets this week which included accusations that Donald Trump is a White Supremacist is the fact that one of her tweet linked to a recent article in the Atlantic by Ta-Nehisi Coates... [Read More]
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It turns out that being social justice warriors crying about racism while reporting on black athletes who make millions a year for throwing a ball around isn't good for business. ESPN is expected to announce a massive layoff after Thanksgiving after losing thousands of customers a day for an extended period of time. This layoff will include on-air personalities which has people asking if Jemele Hill may be on the chopping block. ESPN hemorrhaged subscribers in October at 15,000 a day totaling 480,000 for the month. Breitbart reported: No doubt, there are many frowns being worn on the faces... [Read More]
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The biggest incident came when SportsCenter host Jemele Hill was suspended for two weeks for violating the company's social media guidelines multiple times. [Read More]
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On Thursday the Walt Disney Co.-owned cable sports network updated its social media guidelines for employees, calling on them to, "Do nothing that would undercut your colleagues' work or embroil the company in unwanted controversy." [Read More]
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ESPN, beset for months over conflicts sparked by its on-air staffers' social-media comments on political and cultural issues, unveiled new policies aimed at tamping down future outbreaks. The new rules, issued Thursday, tell employees to confer with producers and editors before posting commentary on social or political issues "to manage volume and ensure a fair... [Read More]
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ESPN employees appear to have taken the lessons of recently suspended host Jemele Hill's Twitter activism and resistance to President Trump... [Read More]
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The employees at ESPN have new guidelines for what they should and shouldn't say on social media - but clearly, Michael Rapaport isn't an ESPN employee, and just as clearly he has no intention of holding his tongue. "Atypical" star Rapaport vented about ESPN's revisions to its social media policy, outlined in a company-wide memo by ESPN president John Skipper on Thursday, calling the rules "Stalin s-t." The revisions, sent out after "SportsCenter" anchor Jemele Hill was suspended after using Twitter to call for a boycott of Dallas Cowboys-advertisers, when team owner Jerry Jones demanded the players... [Read More]
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Stricter guidelines were provided to writers, reporters, producers, and editors involved in 'hard' news. [Read More]
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"The most important principles have not changed. Most profoundly, they reflect our continued commitment to journalism and our focus on sports," ESPN president John Skipper said. [Read More]
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ESPN shares new social media guidelines with employees after Jemele Hill Twitter controversy. [Read More]
After the controversy surrounding Jemele Hill 's use of Twitter and her ensuing suspension, ESPN has released new social media guidelines for its employees, via ESPN Front Row ... [Read More]
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The network recently suspended the TV personality for twice violating the policy. [Read More]
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She's fine!        ... [Read More]
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Mistake-prone ESPN just keeps making one bad decision after another. The list of errors in judgment is rapidly growing and badly damaging the sports network. In recent days ESPN finally got around to correcting its two latest mistakes: 1) suspending Sports Center co-anchor Jemele Hill for inappropriate tweets and 2) and ending a brief partnership with Barstool Sports.

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