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Jemele Juanita Hill /dʒə.ˈmɛl/ (born 1975) is an American sports journalist who
is a co-host of ESPN's flagship SportsCenter. She previously wrote a column for
ESPN.com's Page 2 and formerly hosted ESPN's His and Hers. In June 2013,
she succeeded Jalen Rose on ESPN2's Numbers Never Lie. In February 2017,
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation
of our social media guidelines," the network announced Monday afternoon.
Oct 10, 2017 ... One day after ESPN suspends Jemele Hill, President Trump blames her for "
Oct 22, 2017 ... Hill, who was suspended due to a second violation of the company's social
media guidelines, confirmed to TMZ Sports that she will be back on Monday to co
-host SportsCenter's 6PM show, SC6,
Oct 10, 2017 ... ESPN suspended Jemele Hill after tweets urged boycotting Dallas Cowboys
when owner Jerry Jones warned players not to 'take a knee'; Jeff Pearlman:
Trump, who had 5 military deferments, is bullying NFL. ESPN fearfully caved to
pressure on Hill, whose job is to opine. Jeff Pearlman is the author of ...
Dec 27, 2017 ... On the afternoon of the Alabama Senate election, Jemele Hill is sitting in a
makeup chair at ESPN headquarters. She's getting ready for her job as co-host of
the 6 p.m. SportsCenter but thinking about politics. “What was Nick Saban's
responsibility?” Hill asks, referring to the head football coach at the ...
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN suspended Jemele Hill on Monday after what the network described as
her “second violation of our social media guidelines.” Hill will be sidelined for two
weeks after a series of tweets in which she suggested fans boycott Dallas
Cowboys advertisers if they were upset about how team owner Jerry ...
Oct 8, 2017 ... ESPN has suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks due to "a second violation
of our social media guidelines," the network announced. CNN's Brian Stelter has
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN has suspended anchor Jemele Hill for two weeks for a violation of “social
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN suspended “SportsCenter” host Jemele Hill on Monday for violating the
sports network's social media policy. The suspension was in reaction to Hill's
tweets that were critical of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' announcement
that players would be benched if they did not stand during the national ...
Sep 28, 2017 ... Weeks after the White House was calling on ESPN to fire her, Jemele Hill has
opened up about her experience following her tweet about President Donald
Trump that put her and ESPN in hot water. In an essay published on The
Undefeated, Hill said Twitter probably wasn't where she should have aired ...
Oct 9, 2017 ... ESPN suspended host Jemele Hill for two weeks for a second violation of the
network's social media guidelines.
Sep 13, 2017 ... Jemele Hill has returned to ESPN after being suspended for tweets about the
NFL's anthem controversy. She previously sparked controversy by calling
President Trump a "white supremacist" on Twitter.
Dec 28, 2017 ... ESPN's Jemele Hill, who criticized President Donald Trump on Twitter,
exemplifies a very 2017 struggle in sports media. The idea is that people who
work in sports media are supposed to be themselves, be accessible and interact
honestly with their audiences. Just not too much.
Oct 9, 2017 ... The network said Hill was suspended for two weeks after a second violation of its
social media guidelines.