Yet another prominent mainstream media organization is getting involved in its employees’ social media lives, as National Public Radio unveiled its social media policy last week. Employees are discouraged from joining groups, discussing political issues and generally saying anything controversial online. The policy follows a similarly stringent set of guidelines from the Washington Post. For more great social media stories, check out SmartBrief on Social Media.
- NPR clamps down on employee profiles
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