ESPN SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill was handed a two week suspension last week because she tweeted that fans of the Dallas Cowboys should boycott his advertisers in a way to push-back on his National Anthem ban that he gave his players. The ESPN SportsCenter anchor was already in hot water from an incident where she called President […]
Jemele Hill was suspended by ESPN after violating the company’s social media policy. (AP) ESPN has announced that it has suspended Jemele Hill, currently co-host of the 6 p.m. weekday “SportsCenter”, affectionately called “The Six,” for two weeks after a second violation of the company’s social media policy. Show More Summary
We’re all thinking the same thing. The United States men’s national team is not going to the 2018 World Cup after a disastrous 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago, and understandably, the American soccer community is furious. None more so...Show More Summary
In the wake of Jemele Hill’s two-week suspension Monday by ESPN for what the network called violations of its social media policy, Michael Smith declined to anchor the 6 p.m. edition of “SportsCenter” that day without his usual co-host. Another anchor, Matt Barrie, filled in, but Smith was back on set Tuesday without a partner — an arrangement […]
ESPN has hit one of its high-profile on-air personalities with a two-week suspension, sending home “SportsCenter” host and commentator Jemele Hill over a series of tweets she sent out Sunday night, SI.com reports. Hill’s tweets called for an advertiser boycott...
The network said the host of "SportsCenter" violated social media guidelines when she weighed in on the controversy around NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
On Monday, SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill was suspended by ESPN for “a second violation of our social media guidelines” after she posted several tweets in response to recent comments from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who said that players who do not stand for the national anthem will not be allowed to play. How did Hill violate ESPN’s […]
One of Jemele Hill's ESPN colleagues says she's sick and tired of Donald Trump's attacks on the "SportsCenter" host... and is publicly calling for POTUS to back off. Josina Anderson -- an NFL sideline reporter/insider -- tweeted, "Stop…
Hill was suspended for two weeks by the network.
ESPN has a lot of people saying "something is up" after it suspended SportsCenter host Jemele Hill for two weeks. Specifically, they're calling out the network for kowtowing to the NFL. The suspension came after Hill sent out a series...Show More Summary
ESPN SportsCenter anchor Michael Smith was not a happy camper after his co-host Jemele Hill was handed down a two week suspension and because of that, he will not be on television for Monday’s 6 p.m. ET episode of SportsCenter. Hill made a series of tweets on Sunday following a report that stated Dallas Cowboys […]
About a month ago, SportsCenter host Jemele Hill stirred up some controversy when she used her personal Twitter account to point out that Donald Trump is “a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself with other white supremacists.” While a lot of people constantly do that same thing all the time without… Read more...
Just after 3pm today, ESPN released a statement on the two-week suspension of SportsCenter host Jemele Hill. It is not going over well. To understand why she was suspended and also why the outcry over it is so powerful, you need to see...Show More Summary
ESPN has suspended Jemele Hill, co-host of the network’s 6 p.m. SportsCenter, over tweets saying fans could affect Cowboys owner Jerry Jones by boycotting the team and its corporate sponsors. Hill, who recently became the subject of national debate when she labeled President Trump a white supremacist, made her comments on Twitter after Jones said [more]
ESPN has suspended "SportsCenter" anchor Jemele Hill for 2 weeks -- after she "violated social media guidelines" by encouraging people upset with Jerry Jones to boycott his sponsors. Hill was reacting to the Dallas Cowboys owners' statement…
ESPN SportsCenter co-host Jemele Hill has been suspended for two weeks for "a second violation of our social media guidelines," network officials said Monday.
ESPN has suspended “SportsCenter” anchor Jemele Hill for two weeks after she suggested on Twitter that fans unhappy with statements by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones boycott the team’s advertisers and stop buying merchandise. Jones said Sunday that players who “disrespect the flag” won’t get...
ESPN has suspended SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill for a series of tweets about Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. On Sunday, Jones said that any Cowboys player who did not stand for the national anthem would not be allowed to play. Hill was responding to angry fans who were encouraging the Cowboys’ star players to test Jones’ […]
ESPN suspended “SportsCenter” host Jemele Hill on Monday for violating the sports network’s social media policy. Hill tweeted in response to Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ announcement that players would be benched if they did not stand during the national anthem. "Jerry Jones also has created...
ESPN suspended “SportsCenter” anchor Jemele Hill for two weeks on Monday, the network announced, after Hill violated the company’s social media guidelines over the weekend. Hill suggested NFL fans boycott vendors and advertisers associated with the Dallas Cowboys after franchise owner Jerry Jones told players they’d be benched if they demonstrated during the national anthem. […]