Twitter Actually Told NBC About Banned Journalist’s Tweet [UPDATED]
We reported yesterday that Guy Adams, the Los Angeles bureau chief for The Independent, had his Twitter account suspended after he directed those displeased with NBC's London 2012 Olympics coverage to a corporate email address for Gary Zenkel. Twitter responded to Adams' queries saying that he had violated their privacy policies and NBC had complained. NBC Sport's Vice President of Communications, Christopher McCloskey, has now told The Telegraph that NBC's social media department was actually alerted by Twitter.Read on...
Critic’s Twitter Suspended After Complaining About NBC’s Olympic Coverage
Chances are that, if you're reading this, you're already aware that NBC has been broadcasting their London 2012 Olympics coverage on a delay. In an age where we can almost instantly know everything happening everywhere, one of the greatest collaborations between nations is essentially being held hostage in order to boost ad revenue. Guy Adams, the Los Angeles bureau chief for The Independent, had his Twitter account suspended after complaining about the delay and suggesting folks email Gary Zenkel, an NBC executive, with their own thoughts on the matter.Read on...