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ESPN public ed: Jemele Hill’s suspension could “undermine the independence of journalists”

ESPN public editor Jim Brady’s response to the company’s decision not to punish Jemele Hill for tweets about President Donald Trump drew plenty of criticism (as did his tweets doubling down on his position that Hill was wrong, and his firing of a writer at his other media venture who blasted him and his column). Read more... The post ESPN public ed: Jemele Hill’s suspension could “undermine the independence of journalists” appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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