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NFL bans teams from sharing GIFs and videos during games

The GIF police strike again: The NFL is banning teams from sharing the animated images on social media. ESPN obtained a set of memos outlining a new league social media policy that goes into effect tomorrow. Teams also can’t livestream during or after games. That’s unfortunate – live video helps teams feel a bit more relatable, and lets audiences watching from home feel like they’re closer to players.
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